Sky Blue will have access to a grass and turf field and the “Academy Building,” which offers a complete athletic training room, fitness center, team meeting spaces, and full coach and player locker rooms dedicated to the NWSL side.
“Ownership continues to explore ways to transform Sky Blue into the gold standard for the NWSL,” said Tammy Murphy, the team’s owner representative. “This new practice field agreement provides our players the professional amenities and atmosphere they deserve, and I cannot thank our partners at Red Bull enough for their cooperation and support.”
Alyse LaHue, Sky Blue’s general manager, added, “We’re grateful for the working relationship we have with the Red Bulls organization. Our goal is to provide our players with the best possible resources to reach their potential and this training location and environment helps accomplish that.”
Beginning this season, Sky Blue will play its home games at Red Bull Arena in Harrison.