We’re making history in Kansas City. The Current are building the first stadium purpose-built for a National Women’s Soccer League team in the country. The stadium is expected to be complete in the spring of 2024. With a capacity of 11,500, it’s also the first stadium built for a single professional sports team in the history of downtown KC. Located next to Berkley Riverfront Park it will be easily accessible for all modes of transportation and the stadium will become a hub for the growth of the downtown KC and a more impactful future, including being a host city for the World Cup in 2026.
The Current training complex and staff facilities are also first of its kind in the world. Opened on June 21, 2022, it’s the first training complex built specifically for a women's professional sports team.
Founded in December 2020, the Kansas City Current is led by the ownership group of Angie Long, Chris Long Brittany Mahomes and Patrick Mahomes. Their vision for what’s never been done before is setting the standard for not just the NWSL but the world of sports. We are seeking individuals who want to march on this mission with us as the world’s eyes are watching. We are making history in Kansas City and desire like-minded, high energy, driven individuals to join us on our journey.
Kansas City is one of the fastest growing cities in the country. It’s a city famous for its art, history, BBQ and has more fountains than Rome. Here in the Soccer Capital of America, we are honored to be a host city for the World Cup in 2026 where both our Training Center and stadium are expected to be utilized by the best men’s teams in the world.
PLAYER CARE COORDINATOR
The Kansas City Current are seeking Player Care Coordinator.
The responsibilities include but not limited to:
Assist domestic and international players on their needs off the field, helping with housing, transportation and other needs that may arise
Assist with players families and guests when they come into market
Prepare and set up apartments prior to player arrivals in preseason and throughout the year
Work closely with the team ops coordinator and assist in day-to-day admin, logistics, operations
Set up professional development resources curriculum for the players
Accompany players to all club player appearances / community events
Player Care Coordinator will assist all players with transition to KC
Facilitate all day-to-day admin as it relates to player care and player onboarding
Work closely with all players but always maintain a professional relationship
Ensure player and families are integrated into the community
Help new players acclimate to Kansas City aiding in transportation, housing, translator, tutor, opening bank accounts, obtaining social security cards, cell phones and other needs
Help players move out of market at completion of contract/season
Help team ops coordinator facilitate travel and logistics for any youth camps, reserve team, academy
Assist with any other special projects or duties as assigned.
All new hires must be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 by date of hire, subject to legally mandated accommodations.
Prolonged periods sitting at desk and working on a computer
Prolonged periods of standing and walking long distance
Must be able to lift up to 50 pounds at a time
We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, age, disability, gender identity, marital or veteran status, or any other protected class.