A new report from WUSA9 has revealed three potential Virginia locations for a new Washington Commanders stadium should the Commonwealth be chosen.
According to WUSA9's report, documents obtained through a source close to the Commanders stadium project reveal that Woodbridge and Dumfries (both in Prince William County), and Sterling (Loudoun County) are the three Virginia sites identified in a document titled "Washington Football Team Master Plan Workshop" that's dated Dec. 22, 2021.
The document has the sites broken into three subgroups, listed as Master Plan Sites A, B and C.
Site A (Dumfries) would be located in the Potomac Shores development, home to the prestigious golf club by the same name. It's wedged between the Potomac River and Quantico Creek, just off of I-95 and Route 1. It's the most remote of the three locations, positioned approximately 33 miles from downtown D.C.
Site B (Woodbridge) would back up to an existing neighborhood on Summit School Road, located off of I-95 and accessible via Telegraph and Minnieville Roads, an approximately 25-mile drive from downtown D.C. According to the report, plans call for the stadium to be built on undeveloped land behind the neighborhood.
Site C (Sterling) would designate Loudoun Quarries as the site for a new stadium, a location that's roughly a 30-mile drive from downtown D.C. It sits off of Route 28, a main thoroughfare in Loudoun that connects to Dulles International Airport only two miles away. Route 28 is accessible via I-66, Route 50 and the VA-267 toll road.
JP Finlay provided a helpful visual of where the three locations sit in relation to the Capital Beltway, as well as the team's current stadium site, FedEx Field, in Landover, Md.
Read the full report on WUSA9.