DRV PNK Stadium Wikipedia

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Soccer stadium in Fort Lauderdale, Florida

DRV PNK Stadium, (pronounced “drive pink”; formerly Inter Miami CF Stadium) is a soccer-specific stadium in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Built on the site of the former Lockhart Stadium, the 21,000-seat stadium is the home pitch of Inter Miami CF of Major League Soccer and its MLS Next Pro reserve side Inter Miami CF II. DRV PNK Stadium opened in 2020 as an interim venue for Inter Miami CF until the completion of the proposed Freedom Park stadium.

The stadium is the primary headquarters for the team and its youth academy, in addition to further training grounds.[2]


The Fort Lauderdale Strikers announced in 2016 that they were moving out of Lockhart Stadium,[3] after which the stadium fell into a state of disrepair.[4] In January 2019, Major League Soccer expansion team Inter Miami CF announced its intentions to pursue the Lockhart Stadium site to serve as the club’s training ground for its first team, youth academy, and future USL League One (USL1) team Fort Lauderdale CF. The Fort Lauderdale city council unanimously approved Inter Miami’s bid for the Lockhart Stadium site in March 2019. In April, the Fort Lauderdale City Commission cleared Inter Miami to begin the demolition process.[4][5]

On July 9, 2019, the Fort Lauderdale City Commission unanimously approved a 50-year lease agreement for the Lockhart Stadium site with Inter Miami; under the terms of the agreement, the city of Fort Lauderdale will retain ownership of the property while Inter Miami will be responsible for the construction, operation, and maintenance of the new facilities.[6] The stadium is intended to be an interim facility for Inter Miami CF until the completion of the proposed Freedom Park stadium in downtown Miami; the expansion franchise was granted on the condition that a stadium eventually be built in downtown Miami.[2][7][8]

On November 13, 2019, Inter Miami CF announced that the club’s inaugural home match would be scheduled for March 14, 2020, against the LA Galaxy.[9] Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the MLS season was paused.[10] Fort Lauderdale CF therefore played the first match of the new stadium, a 0–2 loss to Greenville Triumph SC.[11] Inter Miami CF would not play home matches until August 22, 2020, when they beat their in-state rival Orlando City SC 3–2 in the first MLS match at the stadium.[10]

On April 8, 2021, it was reported that Inter Miami CF had reached a naming rights agreement with AutoNation; the agreement was officially announced the next day. The stadium is branded as DRV PNK Stadium, a tie-in with AutoNation’s breast cancer awareness campaign.[12][13]


DRV PNK Stadium seen with the new seats (center)

Following Lionel Messi’s June 2023 announcement of his planned move to Inter Miami CF, the club’s managing owner Jorge Mas stated that the corners of DRV PNK Stadium would be filled to add 3,000 to 3,200 seats to handle some of the expected demand.[14] The new sections were bleacher seating transferred from the Miami International Autodrome, a racing facility at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens.[15][16]

The Fort Lauderdale city government announced on June 21 that Inter Miami CF would need to cease work on the seating expansion due to alleged installations done without permits; the club claimed that no work had commenced.[17] An agreement between the club and the city was quickly struck to resolve the permitting dispute, as well as outstanding payments the club owed for a temporary parking lot used by the stadium that is planned to be converted to a public park.[15][18]

The 3,000 new seats were completed ahead of Messi’s unveiling on July 16, along with new security measures and barriers on the pitch and near the players entrance. The press box was expanded from 37 to 52 seats with an auxiliary area that is adjusted based on demand.[19]

On December 9, 2020, the stadium hosted its first international match between the United States and El Salvador; the United States won 6–0.[citation needed] During the 2021 MLS season, CF Montréal used the stadium to play their home matches since the start of the season after travel restrictions prevented the team from playing their matches in Montreal.[20]

Notable matches[edit]

DRV PNK Stadium has also hosted American football games, including the Miami Hurricanes spring game,[22] and the Florida High School Athletic Association state championships.[23]


DRV PNK Stadium is located near Interstate 95 at its junction with Commercial Boulevard (State Route 870) in Fort Lauderdale. The stadium has three designated parking lots for pre-purchased ticketholders and an additional lot for other visitors.[24] The nearest Tri-Rail commuter rail station is Cypress Creek, but additional nighttime train service is not provided for Inter Miami CF matches.[25]

In April 2022, Inter Miami CF announced a partnership with Brightline to provide passenger trains from Miami and West Palm Beach to Fort Lauderdale station with a dedicated shuttle for fans. The service, named the GOOOL Getter, will have three round-trips before and after home matches.[26]


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