Sporting club CEO Robb Heineman (from left), Kansas governor Sam Brownback, Kansas City Kansas mayor Mark Holland, EPR Properties CEO David Brain and Schlitterbahn Water Park CEO Gary Henry posed for pictures with an artist rendition of the proposed U.S. Soccer National Training Center complex during a press conference last July.
Sporting club CEO Robb Heineman (from left), Kansas governor Sam Brownback, Kansas City Kansas mayor Mark Holland, EPR Properties CEO David Brain and Schlitterbahn Water Park CEO Gary Henry posed for pictures with an artist rendition of the proposed U.S. Soccer National Training Center complex during a press conference last July. JOHN SLEEZER The Kansas City Star
Sporting club CEO Robb Heineman (from left), Kansas governor Sam Brownback, Kansas City Kansas mayor Mark Holland, EPR Properties CEO David Brain and Schlitterbahn Water Park CEO Gary Henry posed for pictures with an artist rendition of the proposed U.S. Soccer National Training Center complex during a press conference last July. JOHN SLEEZER The Kansas City Star

National soccer education and training center gets final approval for construction in Kansas City, Kan.

April 09, 2015 09:37 PM

UPDATED April 10, 2015 08:12 PM

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