On Wednesday, Florida State released new renderings for the long-awaited stand-alone soccer venue that will keep Seminol in line with top shows across the country.
As rival Clemson received headlines for state-of-the-art amenities, Miami built its own facility for the first time, and Florida revealed plans to build a stand-alone building, the State of Florida began. More lagging behind, Seminoles have never had their own stand-alone soccer fields and share their current space not only with other sports but also student classrooms.
The planned 150,000-square-foot facility will feature a conference room, location, upgraded locker room and weight room, which includes cryotherapy, hyperbaric and high-altitude chambers, lounges and Dedicated recruiting suite and virtual reality / performance improvement space.
In 2018, the State of Florida and Seminole Boosters launched a campaign to raise $ 100 million for a new football stadium, donations, scholarships, and additional sports-specific programs.Florida State recently reached a $ 100 million pledge goal with funding. Over $ 43 million in funding for privately funded football venues.
New Seminoles Boosters CEO Michael Alford and coach Mike Norvell are focused on planning for the venue to be completed as quickly as possible.
“The response of our supporters throughout the non-conquered campaign demonstrates their commitment to the State of Florida and our athletics program,” Sports Director David Coburn said in a statement. “We need these additional facilities to suit the needs of our football program appropriately and so that we can expand the existing shared area in the Moore Athletic Center and improve our ability to support all of our sports, I know. That we will find improvements to these facilities there. It had a big impact across the board. “
The next step in this process is to finalize the project costs before it officially starts.