Friday, March 11, 2011

LIVESTRONG Sporting Park Photos Part 1

I toured the stadium the day before the announcement of the partnership with LIVESTRONG.

Part 2 will be coming later today...

A view of the goal area in front of the supporters section. The two round concrete pieces furthest from the stand and out in the brown gravel are the mounts for rugby posts. The two concrete mount points just at the edge of the gravel is for the front of the soccer goal. Right along the edge of the concrete is the mounts for the back of the goal and one in the center for an American Football goalpost.


A view of the goal area from the supporters section stands. The two round concrete pieces furthest from the stand and out in the brown gravel are the mounts for rugby posts. The two concrete mount points just at the edge of the gravel is for the front of the soccer goal. The mounts for the back of the goal are not visible but the one in the center for the American Football goalpost can be seen. This was taken from the top of the Supporters stand.


David Ficklin standing approximately on the end line. This was taken from the second row of the Supporters section.




Supporters Club looking at the stairs that go up and out to the top of the Supporters section.


Looking at the Supporters Club from the stairs.



The loading bay doors even have colored glass to make them look nice. Since the stadium does not really have a back side that will not be seen by the public, they are trying to make everything look nice.


The main stairs...


SubAir under soil heat and cooling system controls.


SubAir System



Hydrotherapy tubs, the wall in the back is glass so trainers can keep an eye on the tubs.


Sporting KC Locker Room, it is going to be impressive when completed.


Lots of cables. I saw multiple server rooms in the stadium. LIVESTRONG Sporting Park will be very well connected.


Racks of cables run throughout all the hallways underneath the stadium.

1 comment:

  1. This is awesome! The kind of stuff you can't see elsewhere. I'm hopeful that once things are all finished I can somehow score a tour of the stadium, including places I won't be able to go on game day, but some of these areas (the SubAir control room) I wouldn't dare to dream of seeing. Thanks for posting these!

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