There are talks of the NASL possibly making a move into Orange County and playing at Cal State Fullerton (where the Blues used to play) and possibly making a move to Santa Ana Stadium after footing the bill for renovations. This new development makes a new Stadium deal very important to the survival of the OC Blues. All the eggs seem to be in the Great Park basket as there are next to no other viable options (at least not on grass). Cal State Fullerton is a great stadium but the location is not ideal for a large portion of the County and was too large for the current level of the club. Barry Venison made a statement to the Telegraph about a 6,000 seat stadium awaiting approval at the Great Park. The city says that is not the case and that a 2,500 seat stadium with an overflow Grass berm is currently in the works and will be built. The question is how big is this grass berm and will it hold enough to meet USL stadium requirements. http://www.ocregister.com/articles/stadium-684729-park-soccer.html It depends on finances of the owner and what the rumored new investor is bringing to the club but it seems like it would be advantageous to offer to build the stadium themselves in return for a long term lease. Similiar to the five point communities deal where they agreed to build a large section of the park in exchange for building more houses on the land around the park. The Great Park has been a political nightmare and finding outside money to invest in the park seems like it could be beneficial to the city.