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KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The Kansas City Current is enticing soccer fans with a look inside an exclusive part of its future stadium.

The organization introduced the Pitch Club on Monday. Memberships to the exclusive club will put fans just 15-feet from the action on the pitch.

“You’re going to be intimate in the action at all times,” said Dan Boyd, KC Current’s VP of ticket sales and service.

“To me, that’s a huge X-factor for this experience is really being so close and intimate and right behind the players’ bench. It’s the sounds and the emotions that draw from that that will make this one-of-a-kind.”

The area is described as an art-deco inspired lounge that is climate controlled. Members will have access to a seasonally-inspired rotating menu created by Rye KC chefs Megan and Colby Garrelts. There will also be a custom-made craft cocktail list.

Pitch Club memberships include VIP parking, premium entry and a concierge.

Memberships to the Pitch Club are limited, according to KC Current. Fans with 2023 Field Club season tickets will have the first chance to buy Pitch Club memberships. Field Club tickets are now on sale.

The Current said Pitch Club memberships will go on sale in April.

“We’re really excited to be able to share and prioritize our current season ticket members to have access to this space first and then be able to continue the on sale process from there,” Boyd said.

The team said construction of its new riverfront stadium remains on schedule for completion by the Current’s season opener in March 2024.

“The idea behind everything we’re putting in the stadium is that it’s Kansas City-centric where, kind of like the airport, it reflects the culture of the city its built in,” said Dani Welniak, KC Current’s vice president of communications.

The team broke ground on Oct. 6, 2022. The pitch is expected to be installed in August and concourse paving a seat installation begin this fall.

The $118 million, 11,500-seat stadium is being built as part of a 50-year lease with Port KC. The Kansas City Business Journal reports that it’s expected to factor into $16.9 million and $20.2 million in new Kansas City and state tax revenues.