The outdoor facility features permanent seating for up to 5,100 people; for concerts and events that include the field, it can hold up to 15,000. For those larger events, a protective surface will be placed over the field for its protection.
The stadium, a partnership between Spokane Public Schools and the Spokane Public Facilities District, will be the home field for several city schools, which have been without a decent facility since the demolition of the 72-year-old Joe Albi Stadium in northwest Spokane three years ago. The venue, which cost $37.9 million, is downtown, adjacent to the 11,660-seat Spokane Arena and the Podium, a multiuse sports venue.
The “ONE” in the facility's name signifies the unity among the venture's stakeholders: the student-athletes, the teams and public entities involved in the naming process, and the Native American tribes that live on and near the land.