Editor’s note: This story appears in our Summer 2020 magazine. You can subscribe to the print edition, or digital, here.
Owning and operating an indoor or outdoor complex can be a complete game-changer for a youth soccer club, though that’s easier said than done. Such a project requires serious investment and a long-term commitment, with an upside that’s quite tangible.
Mindful of that dynamic, we’ve highlighted a handful of club-owned fields across New England that are linchpins of a landscape where thousands of youth players compete each year. They’re common destinations for practices during the school week, host games on the weekend and serve as anchors of tournaments.
In addition to the six complexes below, we’ve also included an assortment of other feature-worthy fields from New England club soccer.