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ARCO Park

Identification

ARCO Park
1569081

Plan

Structure générale

stade
jamais construit [annulé]

Usages

football américain baseball

Faits

  • The entire foundation was built for $16 million, but construction stopped in 1989 due to a lack of available funds from the Sacramento Sports Group, the owners of the Sacramento Kings. What was built included the dugouts, the operations, the kitchens and storage from foul poll around home plate to foul poll.
  • The stadium was intended to be built for a Triple-A Baseball team. The stadium would have the ability to be expanded to accommodate both an MLB and an NFL team, a possibility when the Oakland Raiders were going to move.
  • The foundation of the stadium, front steps, exposed rebar, and a tunnel that connects the unfinished stadium to ARCO Arena are still intact today. What would have been the field is now covered in weeds and often fills with standing water.
  • Artists renderings show the stadium would have looked very similar to San Diego's Qualcomm Stadium.
  • April 1999 revived the possibility of building the baseball stadium but the stadium will never be finished with the construction of Raley Field in West Sacramento, the home of the Triple-A River Cats built in 2000.
  • The original plans for ARCO Park called for a $120 million, 53,000-seat stadium. Capacity would have been 53,000 for football and 43,000 for baseball.

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Lieu

2 Sports Parkway
95834
Sacramento
Californie
États-Unis d'Amérique

Données techniques

1987
1989
$16 000 000
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