Katy ISD second football stadium
28 January 2017
Katy ISD is spending $58 million on its second football stadium, which will seat 12,000 people. The district’s existing facility, Rhodes Stadium, seats just under 10,000 spectators. Preparation work on the field is projected to begin in the spring. All parking lots are complete, and various road improvements to help mitigate game traffic will be complete when the stadium opens. Renovations and improvements to the district’s Student Activity Facilities Complex–of which the second stadium will be a part–will roughly tally an additional $12 million.
The latest In December, KISD announced that Academy Sports+Outdoors would have the naming rights to the part of its student activity complex encompassing Rhodes Stadium and the second stadium. The 10-year deal is worth $2.5 million, and the portion of the complex will be named the Academy Sports+Outdoors Student Activity Complex.What’s next Stadium construction is on time and is set to be completed for the 2017 football season.