A stadium built as home for a Major League Soccer franchise in Sacramento’s old downtown railyard would generate millions of dollars in revenue for the city, an economic analysis shows.
A stadium built as home for a Major League Soccer franchise in Sacramento’s old downtown railyard would generate millions of dollars in revenue for the city, an economic analysis shows. Artist’s rendering
A stadium built as home for a Major League Soccer franchise in Sacramento’s old downtown railyard would generate millions of dollars in revenue for the city, an economic analysis shows. Artist’s rendering
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Sacramento MLS proponents tout study showing economic benefits

October 05, 2015 11:01 AM

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