The final edition of our four-part series looking at a selection of ‘Under the Radar’ non-league stadiums. All were chosen to host CONIFA Football World Cup Matches in London this summer.
This is the third in a four-part series looking at a selection of ‘Under the Radar’ non-league stadiums chosen to host CONIFA Football World Cup Matches in London this summer.
The shimmering new stadium holds up to 2,000 people and is dominated by the main stand which contains the club house, offices and changing rooms. Its design is eye-catching from the outside and the steep incline of the seating means the views of the action are excellent.
Originally known as Coleman Park, Sand Creek Stadium, and Switchbacks Stadium, Weidner Apartment Homes acquired the naming rights of the venue in 2017. Weidner Field, home of the USL (United Soccer League) Colorado Springs Switchbacks since 2015, provides an exemplary venue in which to watch a soccer match. Adjacent to the Sky Sox MiLB team and Security Service Field, Weidner Field is a soccer-specific stadium and is separate and not shared with the baseball team, though some of the parking areas are common.
In the mean time, the city of Colorado Springs provides many sites to see and visit for your stadium journey vacation weekend or week.
This is the first in a four-part series looking at a selection of non-league stadiums chosen to host CONIFA Football World Cup Matches in London this summer
The Canberra Raiders (NRL) and ACT Brumbies (Super Rugby) could be the beneficiaries of a new National Sport Plan to be released by the Australian Government in coming weeks.