FC Cincinnati fans hold up their banners before taking on the New York Red Bulls in a U.S. Open Cup match at Nippert Stadium in Cincinnati Tuesday, Aug. 15, 2017. E.L. Hubbard/WCPO Contributor
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CINCINNATI -- There's been lots of stadium angst this week.
Should we build a new soccer stadium? Where should it go? Who's going to pay for it?
The FC Cincinnati club announced Tuesday that the club owners would foot the bill for a new stadium -- about $200 million.
However, the club says it it will still need public financing for infrastructure around the stadium -- parking, streets, water -- estimated to cost about $70 million.
"We're trying to make this super easy," club president Jeff Berding said Tuesday.
But wouldn't it be super-easier to just keep playing at Nippert Stadium?
It's where the soccer club lit a fire in this town. Part of that excitement is undoubtedly due to the friendly confines of Nippert and its location on UC's urban college campus.
Why not just keep playing there? Make any renovations you need to and keep the magic alive right where it started?
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