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Bonney Field to be the home pitch for the Sacramento Republic F.C.

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The Sacramento Republic F.C. announced today that the name of the new soccer stadium located at Cal Expo will be known as Bonney Field in a naming rights agreement with Bonney Heating, Plumbing and Air. The two companies have agreed to a multi-year partnership as well. The arrangement will consist of various marketing elements, advertising in broadcasts, signage at the site along with a series of promotions and events. Bonney and the Sacramento Republic F.C. also will collaborate on a variety of community activities such as bringing youths and families to matches.

Bonney Field will be an 8,000 seat facility with a full size soccer pitch (120x80 yards). Construction on the facility began last month at a cost of $3,000,000 with private funding. Coming in June, Bonney Field will be the host site of the U.S.A. vs Canada Rugby match. The Sacramento Republic F.C. will also host their fourth home game of the 2014 season on June 7th against the Arizona United S.C. in the new facility. For ticket information and to learn more about the team please visit http://www.sacrepublicfc.com and http://www.uslpro.uslsoccer.com. To watch Bonney Field being constructed be check out http://oxblue.com/open/ovantionsfanfare/calexpo

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