Today, the Grand Park Sports Campus was recognized as one of the top soccer facilities in the country. Connect Sports, a national media outlet, conducted a nation-wide poll of sports industry professionals to choose their preferred facilities. Grand Park finished as a front-runner in the “Best Soccer Facility” category.
“Anyone who has been to Grand Park knows that we work hard to get it right,” said Mayor Andy Cook. “We built the campus to create an economy for our city. We have been successful at that. Our continued success has been in the ability to strive year-after-year to be the best sports campus in the country.”
“We take great pride in providing quality – both on and off the field,” said William Knox, Grand Park Director. “Our team is dedicated to field maintenance to create the best playing surfaces in the country. It is an honor for our work to be recognized. We are thankful for all of the athletes, tournament organizers and families that choose Grand Park.”
A premier facility for soccer, Grand Park features 31 multi-purpose fields along with ample parking for large-scale tournament events. The soccer facilities include seven synthetic fields with lighting, 23 natural grass fields and one championship field with lights – all featuring state-of-the-art irrigation and drainage. The park also features upscale concession/restroom buildings. Centrally located in Westfield, Indiana, Grand Park Soccer Fields have hosted many high-profile events, including Big Ten Soccer Finals and US Club Soccer’s NPL Finals and National Cup, and is the official training facility for Indy Eleven USL professional soccer team.
To read the full listing by Connect Sports, visit http://www.connectmeetings.com/sports/features/best- sports-facilities-2020-edition.
To learn more about Grand Park facilities, visit https://grandpark.org/facilities/.
About Westfield and Grand Park: Westfield is located just north of Indianapolis, Indiana. It is home to almost 40,000 people and the Grand Park Sports Campus. Grand Park is a 400+ acre sports complex, with 31 outdoor fields, 26 baseball diamonds, a privately-owned basketball facility and a 370,000 sq. ft. events center. The campus boasts more than 2.5 million visits a year and has spurred more than $1 billion of economic development in Westfield since its inception. Westfield is located within one day’s drive of more than half of the United States population and within 40 minutes of the award-winning Indianapolis International Airport. The Grand Park Research Hub is a center focused on advancements in technology, technique and research in youth sports.