Nashville Stadium Bond Deal Tests Future of Spectator Sports

Empty stadium seats

Local agency selling $225 million of bonds for soccer stadium.

December 14, 2020
Amanda Albright & Danielle Moran - Bloomberg

America’s country-music capital is making a bet on the world’s most popular sport.

A Nashville, Tennessee agency is selling $225 million of bonds to finance the construction of a 30,000-seat Major League Soccer stadium in Music City, anticipating it could be a boon once spectator sports emerge from the pandemic. Local officials have faith that it will: the Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County agreed to step in if revenue from the stadium isn’t enough to cover the debt payments, insulating bondholders from risk.

Reprinted courtesy of Amanda Albright, Bloomberg and Danielle Moran, Bloomberg

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