Could the Buffalo Bills be moving to the Niagara Falls area? It’s unlikely, but it’s among a current handful of scenarios currently being discussed by a stadium task group looking to help the Bills find a new home.
Clearly out dated, the Bills need to move on from the the 41-year-old Ralph Wilson Stadium but it’s a matter of when and how. Add in that the team is likely to find itself for sale, that only complicates matters. But a move to Niagara Falls would put the team a bit closer to Ontario, hopefully increasing the fan base range.
Don’t rule out Niagara Falls as a potential future home of the Buffalo Bills.
Several officials told The Associated Press that a newly formed Bills stadium task force of public and private leaders seeking to bolster the team’s long-term viability is considering sites that would put it closer to the team’s burgeoning Ontario fanbase.
“We’re looking at Niagara County,” Lt. Gov. Robert Duffy told the AP this week. “We’re open to looking at a number of venues.”
Seems like a bit of a long shot but of all the considered areas (outside of Buffalo, obviously) it might be one of the top choices.
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