Local football fans are looking forward to the home game of FC Cincinnati at the TQL Stadium

It won’t be the home opener they dreamed of, but local soccer fans are facing a formidable big day tomorrow. Then FC Cincinnati will open its brand new TQL stadium. It’s the result of some ideas that Jeff Berding trampled around and scratched on a notepad like six years ago. Like the majority owner Carl Lindner III, Berding is not the one who deals with sentimentality. But he shared a personal note about some advice he had recently received. “My son said to me, Dad I want you to focus on living in the moment this weekend,” said Berding. His college-aged daughter and son were on a tour of the place and, according to Berding, they were blown away by the aesthetic. That moment his son alluded to is It begins at four o’clock in the history of Cincinnati sports on Sunday afternoon when Cincinnati FC takes on Miami on the pitch. The limited number of fans that will be available – 6,000 due to pandemic restrictions that require masks and distancing – will also be in the moment. Some will visit the Legends Room, which celebrates famous names in Cincinnati history. Many will undoubtedly experience a 46 taps moment in the First Financial Club’s beer hall. And they will need more than a few moments in the largest football stadium store in the country. “It’s been two years since we had fans at games of FC Cincinnati in person,” said Berding. “So it’s a little exciting to be back playing football in front of the best Major League Soccer fans.” Berding lamented the restrictions on season ticket holders for the first two home games and continued the opening of a stadium without all being equal. It’s like a wedding without the whole family. Part of the soccer family will gather before the march down 14th Street to Central Parkway and the grand staircase to the match in Washington Park. The city will have a mobile vaccination truck. The park will be open from one to four. Johnson & Johnson’s single-shot vaccine is available to anyone who wants it. The staff were busy completing the preparations on Friday. We have been informed by those who are able to know it is the club, according to Berding, they are having difficulty recruiting as many other companies are currently doing. According to Berding, they have been very aggressive in hiring and promoting job opportunities. He said they will get there. When the TQL stadium is fully occupied with 26,000 fans, Berding knows the result: “We’ll need a few more workers than this weekend,” he admitted. He believes the new stadium will help improve Cincinnati’s image and grow, thrive, and become a championship city. Describing the football investment as intergenerational, Berding believes the sport will overtake everyone else in the US in the future anywhere else in the world. “The fans of the world have their passions behind football. And that may be hard for some people to see right now. But that’s okay. We see it. And I would say that even if you aren’t. As a big football fan, you can check out this stadium and in two hours you’ll have a great time. And you’ll go out, huh, that’s pretty good. That was fun. “He’s not looking at the Sunday opener. That distinction with pomp is going to be on the first full house waiting. The timing for the pandemic restrictions to be lifted means masks and distancing for the 6,000 earliest season ticket holders that will mark a moment. The founder has already: “You know, my father was here,” said Berding in a wistful memory. “And my dad said, hey, look around, he’s like, put his arm around me and said, ‘You know, proud of you. And you know that’s what every boy wants to hear from his dad, right ? You did that, your parents are proud. ‘”

It won’t be the home opener they dreamed of, but local soccer fans are facing a mighty big day tomorrow.

Then FC Cincinnati will open its brand new TQL stadium.

It’s the result of some ideas that Jeff Berding trampled and scratched on a notepad six years ago.

As the majority owner Carl Lindner III. Isn’t Berding the one who deals with sentimentality.

But he shared a personal note about some advice he had recently received.

“My son said to me, Dad, I want you to focus on living in the moment this weekend,” said Berding.

His college aged daughter and son took a tour of the place and, according to Berding, they were blown away by the aesthetic.

That moment his son alluded to is almost here.

Cincinnati FC enters Cincinnati sports history at four o’clock on Sunday afternoon when it takes on Miami on the pitch.

The limited number of fans that will be available – 6,000 due to pandemic restrictions that require masks and distancing – will also be in the moment.

Some will visit the Legends Room, which celebrates famous names in Cincinnati history.

Many will no doubt have a 46-tap moment in the First Financial Club’s beer hall.

And they will need more than a few moments in the largest football stadium store in the country with its own distinctive clothing line.

“It’s been two years since we personally had fans at Cincinnati FC games,” said Berding. “So it’s a bit exciting to be back playing football before we can find the best Major League Soccer fans.”

Berding lamented the restrictions on the holders of season tickets for the first two home games and continued the opening of a stadium without everyone, as if a wedding were without the whole family.

Some members of the football family will gather before the march down 14th Street to Central Parkway and the grand staircase to the game in Washington Park.

The city will have a mobile vaccination truck in the park from one to four.

Johnson & Johnson’s single-shot vaccine is available to anyone who wants it.

The workers were busy on Friday putting the finishing touches to the preparations.

We have been informed by those who are able to know that the club is having difficulty recruiting as is currently the case with many other companies.

According to Berding, they have been very aggressive in recruiting and promoting job opportunities.

He said they come there.

When the TQL stadium is fully occupied with 26,000 fans, Berding knows the result.

“We’re going to need a few more workers than we did this weekend,” he admitted.

He believes the new stadium will help improve Cincinnati’s image and grow, thrive, and become a championship city.

Describing football investment as intergenerational, Berding believed that the sport would later grow in popularity in the U.S. as it does elsewhere in the world.

“The fans of the world have their passions behind football. And that may be hard for some people to see right now. But that’s okay. We see it. And I’d say that even if you’re not a big football fan you can this stadium visit and two hours, you’ll have a great time. And you’ll go out, hah, that’s pretty good. That was fun. “

He does not see the start on Sunday as an opening event.

This distinction with pomp will wait for the first full house.

The timing for the pandemic restrictions to be lifted means masks and distancing for the 6,000 earliest season ticket holders that will mark a moment.

The founder already has.

“You know, my father was here,” said Berding with wistful memories.

“And my dad said, hey, look around, he’s like, put his arm around me and said, ‘You know, proud of you. And you know that’s what every boy wants to hear from his dad, right ? You did that, your parents are proud. ‘”

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