Vancouver: June 2017. The Whitecaps moved into its 38,000 square-foot National Soccer Development Centre built in partnership with the University of British Columbia and the British Columbia government at UBC.
Features: A three-level facility, two-story gym, plus five fields (three grass and two artificial turf).
Cost: $25 million.
Sporting KC: February 2018. Sporting KC opened the 50-acre Pinnacle National Development Center, which serves as its full-time training center and is also home to U.S. Soccer's coaching and refereeing training programs. Children’s Mercy Sports Medicine Center is also a tenant at the facility paid for primarily with Kansas sales tax revenue bonds.
Features: The main building includes locker rooms, offices and training rooms while two synthetic fields available for year-round training for U.S. Soccer coaches and referees are separated by a pavilion for monitoring of the two fields.
Cost: $75 million.
Real Salt Lake: March 2018. Real Salt Lake opened the privately funded Zions Bank Real Academy, a 42-acre training center for its MLS, USL and NWSL teams and academy program, in Herriman.
Features: The complex includes the 5,000-seat Zions Bank Stadium, home to the USL Real Monarchs, plus five outdoor fields, two indoor fields, a public high school and dormitory for academy players. That's all in addition to locker rooms, weight rooms, lounges and cafeteria.
Cost: $78 million.
LAFC: April 2018. MLS's newest team opened a 30,000 square-foot facility, the LAFC Performance Center, on the campus of Cal State LA. The facility was privately funded as part of a partnership with Cal State LA.
Features: The center includes locker rooms, sports medicine facilities, office space for LAFC coaches and staff and grass surfacing that mirrors that of Banc of California Stadium, LAFC's new stadium.
Cost: $30 million.
NYCFC: April 2018. Like the Revs, NYCFC doesn't have a stadium of its own, but it opened a new 17-acre training facility, Etihad City Football Academy, on the site of the former Rockland Psychiatric Center in suburban Orangeburg, New York.
Features: The 24,000 square-feet complex includes a grass field usable year-round thanks to underground heating, gym, circular locker room, communal kitchen and onsite chef. Etihad Airways is the club’s naming partner.