Loudoun United Stadium Named Segra Field

Loudoun United have announced their home stadium near Leesburg will be named Segra Field, after inking a naming-rights deal with the fiber optic network company.

“There are many pieces to the puzzle that is building a brand new soccer club and stadium from the ground level. Creating strong partnerships from the beginning is a key piece to long term success,” stated Loudoun United Chief Operating Officer Adam Behnke. “Partnering with Segra is a win for all of us. It opens the door for the future growth of both Loudoun United FC and Segra within the rapidly growing business community in Loudoun County.”

The team’s first game in the stadium at Philip A. Bolen Memorial Park, which is still under construction, is scheduled for Aug. 9. The stadium will also host a variety of other sporting events, community activities, and concerts. The naming rights partnership is a seven-and-a-half year deal going through 2026.

The new complex will seat 5,000 people, and is planned to have eight luxury suites seating 24 each, along with concessions, vendors, and beer and wine.

“Segra is proud to partner with Loudoun United FC,” stated Segra Vice President of Marketing James Nester. “This is an exciting project for Loudoun and the region. We look forward to supporting soccer’s growth in the area, while further establishing our brand and helping drive economic development in Loudoun.”

Segra is one of the largest independent fiber bandwidth companies in the U.S., created by the merger of Lumos Networks and Spirit Communications. The company has nearly 25,000 miles of fiber connecting more than 9,000 on-net locations and 44 data centers throughout nine mid-Atlantic and southeastern states. Segra provides Ethernet, MPLS, dark fiber, advanced data center services, IP and managed services, voice and cloud solutions.

One thought on “Loudoun United Stadium Named Segra Field

  • 2019-07-10 at 3:10 pm
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    Now that the corporate welfare recipient team is shaking down other corporations for money, will that sponsorship money be used to begin paying pack Loudoun taxpayers for the 15 million dollar loan for the trailer park stadium? How about for the 20 million dollars Loudoun homeowners just forked over for the brand spanking new road to nowhere, while the roads we travel everyday are crumbling? How about for all of the untold tax money we’ve blown on site development? No?

    The billionaire owners of this team are doubled over in laughter at how completely they scammed Harrison Street, and robbed the taxpayers on this deal. Guess that’s why they’re billionaires.

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