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OCT 27
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Orlando City SC announces new training complex set for July 2019
Details of the new training facility
Rendering of the new Pride locker room at the new training facility. (Image courtesy of Orlando City SC)
Rendering of the new Pride locker room at the new training facility. (Image courtesy of Orlando City SC)

The Orlando Pride and Orlando City of MLS will be moving to a brand new training complex in July 2019, Orlando City SC announced Thursday. The new facility will be at Osceola Heritage Park, formerly the Houston Astros’ (MLB) spring training complex.

The new training complex will house both the Pride and Orlando City and feature four full-size grass fields and locker rooms for each team. It will also have a players’ lounge and dining area, film review room and a fitness, training and recovery center.

“The training complex is the heart of our soccer operations. It’s where our product on the field reports to work every day, where they eat and recover, and most importantly, where they build the team culture and attitude that carries over to the stadium on match days,” Orlando City SC CEO Alex Leitão said in a team press release announcing the new training complex.

“We’ve worked hard to secure the best opportunity to support both player development and the recruitment of top talent over the past four seasons with the establishment of a top-notch soccer stadium in 2017 and now the addition of a new state-of-the-art training complex in 2019,” Leitão said

 

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