This past January, the Cleveland Browns announced plans for Phase II of their renovation of FirstEnergy Stadium. One of the hyped renovations was a field-level hospitality area next to the Browns' locker room, similar to what the Dallas Cowboys have. Back in March, the demolition of the space was complete:
Earlier today, team president Alec Scheiner posted a picture of some of the progress being made. The mid-construction photo doesn't look very attractive, but I'm sure it'll look very nice once everything is polished up over the next few weeks:
Work progressing really well in our new Club 46 - players' tunnel right out front of it. pic.twitter.com/fD9YkIKwE4— Alec Scheiner (@scheiner_alec) June 19, 2015
It also sounds like the area will be referred to as "Club 46," perhaps in reference to the year the team was first established.
Also, graphics are beginning to go up on the exterior of the stadium. It's things like this where you can see why the Browns chose the Dawg Pound logo to look the way it did -- the ability to make it transparent allows it to stand out on all of the team's primary colors, as well as how it looks in the photo below:
We'll continue to post stadium updates as they come along.