The first indoor soccer practice is set to take place in the city of downtown Detroit.
The soccer field will be built by a Detroit-based construction company, and will be used for practice and training for youth soccer and other sports in the neighborhood.
The field will also be used to provide outdoor seating for concerts, sports, and other events.
The field will have seating for up to 150 spectators.
The area will also host numerous events, including a children’s hockey league, concerts, concerts and more.
The site of the field, a former baseball diamond, is about a quarter of a mile from a residential neighborhood.
A portion of the property will be leased to the city for $1.6 million, which would allow the city to use the property to improve roads and streets.
The Detroit City Council has approved the $1,600,000 plan.
It will take about two years for the city and developer to put the field up.
Detroit’s new stadium will replace the Ford Field, which is scheduled to close in 2020 and will remain empty.
The Ford Field is located in the industrial area of downtown, where the new soccer field is planned.
The city of Detroit is paying $1 million for the stadium, and is expected to make its final investment in the field later this year.