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Racing Louisville moved into their new $15 million training facility this week.

Less than a year after breaking ground on the facility in August 2020, the players got an inside look at their new digs. Included are a weight room, dining hall, media/film room and several fields to help consolidate day-to-day club operations less than two miles from Lynn Family Stadium.

“It’s a world-class facility and statement of intent for where we want to go,” said Racing’s head coach, Christy Holly. “We feel very strongly that players deserve the best — whether it’s their nutrition, strength and conditioning, the locker room or medical care, it’s all taken care of here.”

“This facility is something that will allow us to recruit the best players in the world to Louisville.”

“I’m still wrapping my head around it being ours. I hope the league can see the standard now, because this changes it,” said Michelle Betos, Louisville’s goalkeeper. “It makes you so proud to represent this club. This is just another example of where women’s soccer is going and should be.”