With KC hosting World Cup, questions turn to funding Arrowhead renovations



GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium will host World Cup games in 2026, but the stadium needs upgrades before any matches are played, and where $50 million in funding comes from is currently unknown.

4 thoughts on “With KC hosting World Cup, questions turn to funding Arrowhead renovations

  1. When FIFA and any city make some sort of deal it always ends badly for the City. KC will end up with the short end of the stick and Greater KC area will lose money in the long run.

  2. Just why did KC want the tournament knowing they would have to spend that much money…..
    Maybe the politicians and the idiots that wanted the tournament should pay…..
    Citizens should not be on the hook to pay….

  3. Get ready taxpayer's in KCMO…time to shell out more money for Arrowhead because of the World Cup crap. KC isn't even a soccer city and has nothing to offer. What a joke bringing the world cup here.

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