Utah Warriors & Zions Bank Stadium
Salt Lake City, Utah (Thursday, January 25, 2017) Utah Warriors Release – “The Utah Warriors are pleased to announce Zions Bank Stadium as their home for the 2018 Major League Rugby Season. Zions Bank Stadium is a $78 million project that sits on a 132-acre plot located in Herriman, Utah. Zions Bank Stadium also shares the complex with Zions Bank Real Academy and Zions Bank Training Facility. The facility also boasts an enormous 208,000 square foot field house complete with two turf fields for indoor training and is the largest pre-engineered free-span building in North America.
Zions Bank Stadium seats 5,000 and features a press box, team locker rooms, forty-foot digital scoreboard, field level digital signage, stadium-wide concessions along with VIP and hospitality options and much more that will make fans’ and sponsors game-day experience nothing less than world-class.
“We’re very excited to kick off the inaugural Major League Rugby season at Zions Bank Stadium,” Utah Warriors CEO and General Manager Kimball Kjar said, “RSL is a world-class organization and they’ve carried that world-class ethos into every inch of this facility. We’re grateful to partner with Dell Loy Hansen and his entire RSL organization as we build what we hope is a similarly world-class rugby team and organization.”
“Adding the Warriors to the athletic and entertainment options in Herriman during Major League Rugby’s inaugural year speaks to the surging growth now happening in our community,” President of Real Monarchs SLC Jake Haueter said. “Our spectacular Stadium provides the Warriors the best facilities for rugby in the United States, and we are proud to have the Warriors call Zions Bank Stadium home.”
The Utah Warriors look forward to playing at Zions Bank Stadium and calling this first-class facility home. Fans will enjoy top-notch Major League Rugby on the pitch this year. The Warriors 2018 schedule will be released in the coming days. Official Warriors Merchandise, Season Tickets and Ticket Packages are available now at WarriorsRugby.com.”
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