Cheshire Soccer Club is set to move from its current home in Woodland Park, New York, to a new facility in Gloucester, Massachusetts.
The soccer club was founded in 1999 and has been based in the United States since 2003.
The new facility will include more than 500 seats, as well as an expanded soccer academy.
It will also have a state-of-the-art fitness facility, a dedicated training field and a new training center.
The move comes just months after the soccer team moved from its new home to the New York Athletic Club.
The club is set for its move in the coming weeks.
“The Cheshire Club has grown tremendously over the past decade and we look forward to the new home, which will allow us to focus on our mission of bringing soccer to Gloucester,” club president Jeff Chiu said in a statement.
The New England Revolution, the Boston Breakers and the Portland Timbers have also recently signed new soccer-specific stadiums in their respective cities.