What’s Up With That Giant Bubble Thing In Windsor?
If you're driving in East Windsor on HWY 392 and you glance to the South, you will notice something really big that seemingly popped up overnight and may be wondering what the heck that giant white bubble looking thing is?
Well, I can assure you that it is not a spaceship or a low income housing facility. (like I've heard people discussing recently) It's actually part of the new Future Legends complex, yes it's a sports facility.
The bubble sits at 96 feet high and features 167,000 square feet.
It will be the winter training facility for Northern Colorado Hailstorm FC, and it can be configured for a FIFA regulation-size soccer pitch, two youth baseball or softball fields, four flag football fields, a lacrosse field, 16 volleyball courts, and nine basketball courts.
There will also be an attached two-story restaurant and bar that looks into the dome.
Just outside the dome, there will be 16 pickleball courts and four beach volleyball courts and will be ready for action sometime this winter.
It's all just part of the Future Legends project which is going to be a mecca for sports and a destination for athletes and their families to gather for events, tournaments and will be the home for the Northern Colorado Owlz of the Pioneer Baseball League and the Northern Colorado Hailstorm Futbol Club.
From youth sports to the professional level, Future Legends will be a game changer for athletes and sports fans in Northern Colorado for years to come, we can't wait.