Discover Premier Soccer Tournament Venues in the Palm Beaches

Searching for the ideal location for your next soccer tournament? Look no further than the Palm Beaches, a year-round destination for the best sporting events in the world. Home to four Major League Baseball Spring Training teams, collegiate invitationals, international tournaments, and elite amateur tournaments, Palm Beach County has versatile venues perfect for soccer and many other sports. Here are just a few of the many incredible soccer venues in Palm Beach County:

The Gardens North County District Park

Opened in 2019, Gardens North County District Park in Palm Beach Gardens is a premier sports destination spread across 82 acres. Designed with FIFA regulations in mind, the park features 10 illuminated Latitude 36 Bermuda Grass multipurpose fields, each surrounded by state-of-the-art LED sports lighting. Beyond soccer, the park offers diverse amenities, including three concession stands, permanent restrooms, a multipurpose room, a splash pad, ziplines-equipped playgrounds, a ninja fitness course, and a 5k trail. Its versatility extends to hosting various sports like archery, field hockey, lacrosse, rugby, and more, with each field configurable for different layouts.

The Ballpark of The Palm Beaches

Home to the 2019 World Series champions Washington Nationals and the 2022 World Series champions Houston Astros, The Ballpark of the Palm Beaches transcends its role as a Spring Training baseball facility. The 160-acre complex boasts a fan-friendly 7,700-capacity stadium, six practice fields per team, 13 MLB fields, and five 120-by-80-yard multipurpose athletic fields covered in Bermuda grass. These fields help the expansive venue cater to a diverse range of sports, including soccer, lacrosse, football, rugby, and more. The Ballpark has hosted a variety of events, such as The Palm Beach Cup in soccer, Battlepark Mixed Martial Arts, SoFlo Turkey Shootout in lacrosse, Baseball Canada Junior Nationals, Perfect Game USA 14U Florida Showcase, Palm Beach Classic, Sunshine Games Ultimate Frisbee, Collegiate League of the Palm Beaches, and Prospect Select Baseball.

Village Park

Nestled in the charming Village of Wellington, Village Park emerges as a premier soccer destination. The park features a well-lit baseball field, three illuminated adult softball fields, and 12 lighted multipurpose fields ideal for soccer, rugby, lacrosse, and more. Alongside four illuminated football fields and two hockey rinks, the park also offers a playground, skate park, six concession buildings, four pavilions, and a scenic 2.5-mile trail. Hosting renowned events like the AYSO National Soccer Games and The Palm Beach Cup in soccer is a testament to the parks’ versatility.

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Okeeheelee Park

Spanning 1,700 acres, Okeeheelee Park in West Palm Beach stands as a prominent soccer haven and a versatile sporting destination. With a landscape catering to both common and unique sports, the park features six illuminated tennis courts, six pickleball courts, and a grass volleyball court. Covering all bases, it offers five lighted baseball fields, four lighted softball fields, and four multipurpose fields specifically designed for soccer, rugby, lacrosse, football, and more. This expansive park also boasts a 27-hole public championship golf course and stands out as one of the few venues in the region with an 18-hole disc golf course. Noteworthy events hosted at the park include the AYSO State Championships and the First Responder Games, showcasing its prowess in accommodating diverse sports, with soccer certainly at the forefront.

Palm Beach Atlantic Rinker Athletic Complex

The home of the NCAA Division II Palm Beach Atlantic University Sailfish athletic teams, the Rinker Athletic Campus spans 76 acres and is conveniently located just off Interstate 95, less than two miles from the university’s campus in bustling downtown West Palm Beach. The Marshall and Vera Lea Rinker Athletic Campus opened in the fall of 2014 with a total of 13 hard tennis courts, two softball fields, a baseball field measuring 330 feet down the lines and 400 feet to center field, a multi-purpose soccer/lacrosse competition field and three lighted practice/multipurpose fields. The facility also houses two outdoor basketball courts and three outdoor sand volleyball courts. In 2017, the Rinker Sports Center building was added, which houses offices, locker rooms, a sports medicine facility, a weight room, and hospitality space.

Burt Aaronson South County Regional Park

Situated in Boca Raton, Burt Aaronson South County Regional Park stands out as a premier sports facility with a strong emphasis on soccer. Boasting four illuminated baseball fields, four softball fields, and five multipurpose fields catering to soccer and other sports, the park is a hub for athletic activities of all kinds. Additionally, it features 12 illuminated racquetball courts, 19 tennis courts, and two sand volleyball courts.

Seacrest Soccer Complex

In picturesque Delray Beach, the Seacrest Soccer Complex consisted of a large multipurpose field, tennis courts, basketball courts, and two softball fields. The facility is home to three regulation soccer and multipurpose fields, a concession stand with restrooms, a staff office, and a storage room. Now housing Hilltopper Stadium, with its lighted multipurpose field complete with press box and stadium seating, Seacrest ranks among the county’s most desirable and flexible venues, playing host to recreational and travel leagues in soccer and lacrosse, as well as local and national tournaments.

Spanish River Athletic Park

The nearly 85-acre Countess de Hoernle Park in Boca Raton features lake views, adding natural beauty to any athletic pursuit. Its four multipurpose fields can encompass soccer, lacrosse, flag football, and more. Additionally, the park includes four softball fields with fence distances of 300 feet and base distances of 60 to 70 feet. Other park amenities include picnic areas, lake views, and paved walking trails.

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Interested in learning more about bringing your event to The Palm Beaches? Contact the Palm Beach County Sports Commission today!