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Larry Johnson, general manager of Fire FC, describes the soccer club’s vision for an indoor playing facility and administrative offices with room for future growth to be built on the two-acre site the club has bought on Printers Court west of Horizon Drive.

Expanding Fire

New property will help Fire FC grow soccer in Grand Valley

Fire FC already boasts one of the largest club soccer footprints on the Western Slope, with numerous teams, tournaments and a multi-use indoor facility.
That footprint potentially got an upgrade this winter after the club purchased two acres of land near Horizon Drive at 2791 Printers Court.


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