Racing Louisville FC unveiled its new training facility via social media on Friday.

The expansion team joined the NWSL in 2021 and has played at Lynn Family Stadium since the club’s establishment.

Michelle Betos, Louisville’s goalkeeper, says elevated amenities, like the Lynn Family Sports Vision & Training Center, have changed what it means to be a professional in the NWSL.

“I entered the women’s professional league in 2013. We had a classroom as a locker room. We brought our clothes in. We wore them for training, then brought them home to clean them. That was my professional experience.”

“To be totally honest, it wasn’t until I came to Louisville that I felt like a true professional.”

Lousiville is part of a greater push for improved facilities in the NWSL, with clubs like Gotham FC kicking off the 2021 season in larger, more comprehensive stadiums.