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ATX is Ready!

Q2 Stadium, new home of Austin FC, and St. David's Performance Center, the team's new training facility, are complete. CAA ICON was involved with both projects from early planning and activation stages through opening, and we are proud that these tech-forward facilities will provide the city of Austin its first major league venues.

"Austin FC is enormously grateful to CAA ICON for being a huge part of our team and our success. We are honored to have CAA ICON deeply woven into the fabric of our Club and Infrastructure..."

- Andy Loughnane, President, Austin FC

Q2 Stadium hosted its first home match on Saturday, June 19, and Austin FC has already sold out of its 15,500 season tickets - 75% of the venue. A huge congratulations and thank you to our entire CAA ICON team who worked on these two incredible venues. 

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If You Build It
Rogers Place

Owner's Advocate

CAA ICON has managed the development of many of the most successful stadium and arena projects in the world and has experience in planning, activating, designing, constructing, and commissioning projects for MLS, NFL, NBA, NHL, and MLB franchises totaling more than $20 billion. Our Strategic Advisory Group has consulted on more than 1,500 projects and over $10 billion in facilities. 

All-Star Players

Your New MVP

Energy, expertise, and passion are cornerstones for outstanding client service, and our team commits fully to every project.

We Deliver
Sprint Center

Managing The Details

CAA ICON is focused on best-in-class client service and our definition of success is to earn the trust of our clients and deliver value. Whether a venue development project or a strategic advisory engagement, we act as an extension of our client's staff and represent them as we would represent ourselves. 

The easiest $20 million you’ll make is the $20 million you don’t spend on your arena. If you want to optimize your chances of saving that money, call CAA ICON.

Gary Bettman
Commissioner, National Hockey League