Brittany Mahomes, Angie and Chris Long have been aggressive in building up their soccer club and its brand. First, they funded and built a $15 million practice facility as well as privately financed an 11,000 seat, $70 million stadium, which will be the first women’s soccer-specific venue in the NWSL.
The stadium will also be one of the first in the world exclusively built for professional women’s sports. The project, set along the riverbank of the Missouri River, breaks ground later this year. With infrastructure investments and high-level executive hirings, the Current are setting themselves up for success in the long run.
With Allison Howard coming on board as the president, the Current hopes to further improve its branding and revenue. Angie Long indicated that hiring the right people can help in their objective to be a premier soccer club. While Brittany Mahomes and her partners continue to make waves in the soccer world, her husband Patrick Mahomes will continue to seek good NFL results, and hopefully, a return to the Super Bowl.