January 25, 2021 – SportLogic, Inc. is excited to announce the architectural design of its Sports Tourism Facility in partnership with Spark Creative.

SportLogic, Inc. is a sports real estate investment company with an insider’s perspective on sport logistics, the U.S. soccer ecosystem, and the development of facilities that create community impact and educational opportunities.

SportLogic, Inc. CEO Marc Radow said, “We are pleased to share with the American soccer community our SportLogic Sports Tourism MicroStadium™ design. The American soccer system is unique in terms of its highly developed college player pathway. This influences a recruiting process where youth teams and clubs participate in year-long tournament competitions in search of scholarships. It’s a cycle that feeds a $17 billion Sports Tourism industry that has grown without recession since 2000.”

“On the infrastructure side of soccer in the United States, there are a abundance of county parks, city sports complexes, and even mega facilities with a dozen or more fields, but all of these fall short of delivering the environment that produces the culture and backbone of the game in a way that is structured similar to Europe, South America and the rest of the world,” Radow said.

Central to the experience is the exclusive SportLogic MicroStadium™, a 1,000-5,000-seat capacity venue with a high ‘Rise Over Run’ view, allowing spectators to look down onto the pitch. The wrapped design captures a crowd’s energy – unrivaled in any other sport – and the MicroStadium™ is flanked by training and tournament fields that are flexibly arranged so coaches, scouts, and spectators can see multiple games and the entire tournament. Facilities include development centers with futsal courts to deliver full-spectrum training.

All playing surfaces will offer precise field dimensions and high-quality turf, and will be lit by high-powered LEDs that maximize facility utilization and year-round competitions.

“Players are generally happy when they have a great pitch, fair refs, quality game balls and nets to fetch them. The game’s global success, however, comes from the spectator and fan experience,” Radow said. “It’s in this arena where SportLogic spares little. Sure, the MicroStadium™ is roof-covered so crowds are shielded from the weather, and fans are entertained by the game and state-of-the-art replays on the newest video scoreboards, but it’s the clubhouses and amenities that we’re really excited about; VIP observation decks overlooking the stadium field, a bar, a restaurant, locker rooms, etc. Athletes, parents, coaches and scouts are going to enjoy the entire tournament experience.”

SportLogic, Inc. is working with existing clubs and new teams across North America to develop MicroStadium™ concepts, as well as the Sports Tourism facility (pictured). All facilities are community oriented and scaled for community engagement. All MicroStadium™ designs include professional playing arenas, meeting rooms, learning centers, social areas, and food and beverage prep and sales areas.

“Our new investment partners and sponsors will be announced in the coming months as we roll out and deliver our first facility, which will be a model for sites across the U.S.” Radow said.

Current SportLogic MicroStadium™ developments range from $5-$20 million depending on location, size, and amenities. Teams. coaches and clubs are encourages to contact SportLogic, Inc. about their communities.

About SportLogic, Inc.

SportLogic, Inc. was formed in 2015 and today is a sports real estate investment company with an insider’s perspective on sport logistics, the U.S. soccer ecosystem, youth education, and the development of facilities that create community impact and educational opportunities.

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