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FC Cincinnati hails TQL Stadium as ‘the next jewel in the crown of Queen City’

FC Cincinnati's $250m, 26,000-capacity TQL Stadium will stage its first game this weekend (Credit: Populous)

FC Cincinnati will begin the next major stage of its rapid growth trajectory this weekend when the club stages its first game at the state-of-the-art $250m, 26,000-capacity TQL Stadium. Club president Jeff Berding speaks to Bob Williams about the project.

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