The owners of the Rochester Rhinos are going to court with the City of Rochester on Wednesday over the fate of Capelli Sports Stadium.

The owners of the Rochester Rhinos are going to court with the City of Rochester on Wednesday over the fate of Capelli Sports Stadium.

David and Wendy Dworkin confirmed it Tuesday night and said the case will be heard in the morning in Judge Doyle's State Supreme Court. The court fight comes after talks between the Dworkins and the city broke down.

The city says the lease requires the stadium to be used for soccer games, and the owners are in breach of contract because the Rhinos are not playing the 2018 season.

The Dworkins, meanwhile, say they are in compliance with the terms of the agreement since several soccer games are scheduled to be held at the stadium this year.