The Toyota of Murfreesborough

The Toyota Motor Corporation of Murfa­sboro, Tenn., has signed a lease agreement for the Toyota Center for the Advancement of Football.

The Toyota Center, located at the corner of West Third Street and South Fourth Street, will house the team’s stadium, the Toyota Soccer Center and other facilities, including an indoor practice facility.

The move is a culmination of months of discussions with Murfeesboro Mayor Joe Skelton and the city’s Board of Aldermen, the city said.

The decision to bring the Toyota Arena back to the Murfree City was a long-term goal, Skelson said in a news release.

“We have been working on this for a long time,” Skelman said.

“It’s an honor to announce the Toyota Sports Center is coming back to Murf­reesboro.

It’s a great fit for our community and we’re looking forward to welcoming our fans to enjoy the Toyota Stadium once again.”

Toyota said the facility will be built with a focus on sustainability, and will have the ability to host up to 1,200 events annually.

It will also offer additional facilities for the NFL and its affiliates.

Toyota also announced that the Toyota and Toyota Sports Teams would collaborate on new technology to increase the performance of Toyota Sports Arena, including advanced energy harvesting and an indoor training complex that will also be used for soccer.

The facility, which is expected to be completed in 2019, will also feature a new practice field, an outdoor training facility and a training room with a capacity of up to 2,000 players.

The stadium will be renovated to include an improved sound system, upgraded seating and a new scoreboard.

The arena will also host the Murfa Soccer Championship in 2019.