This rendering shows what the entrance to a new Downtown Boise stadium could look like from the corner of 14th Street (right) and Shoreline Drive (with trees). The area around the stadium would include several plazas for the public.
This rendering shows what the entrance to a new Downtown Boise stadium could look like from the corner of 14th Street (right) and Shoreline Drive (with trees). The area around the stadium would include several plazas for the public. Provided by city of Boise
This rendering shows what the entrance to a new Downtown Boise stadium could look like from the corner of 14th Street (right) and Shoreline Drive (with trees). The area around the stadium would include several plazas for the public. Provided by city of Boise

Boise Hawks, soccer in Downtown Boise stadium by spring 2020? It could happen.

September 25, 2017 10:36 PM

UPDATED September 29, 2017 06:44 PM

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