CUSA Soccer Club

P.O. Box 750651, Centerville, Ohio, 45475

+1-937-907-0987

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CUSA is building a Turf Facility

If you live in the Centerville area and beyond, why would you travel anywhere else when we have this beautiful facility waiting for you?

Hello everyone. 

 

We have some great news for you all. 

 

CUSA has begun construction of a 65,000 sq ft outdoor turf facility on a 2.7-acre parcel of land at 10651 Success Lane in Washington Township.

This will be used to supplement existing CUSA training and game facilities at Forest Field, Oak Grove, and Legacy Field at Magsig.

The first phase of this project, the outdoor turf field, is expected to be completed within 4 to 8 weeks and used as a training location when grass training fields are closed due to excessive rain this Spring.

Funding for the major portions of this project are already in place, however community partners and benefactors are being sought to assist with defraying expenses for certain items such as lighting, goals, parking areas and trucking in of materials.

The turf field is the first phase of a long-term facilities program to ensure adequate training and game space as the club continues to grow.

If anyone would like to sponsor or donate any equipment such as goals or lighting for the fields then please contact Steve Thomas, CUSA Executive Director, at [email protected]

Individuals interested in becoming more involved in other elements of the facilities program should contact Steve Thomas, CUSA Executive Director, at [email protected]

For more information about CUSA’s Competitive Soccer Programs and Facilities please contact Paddy King, Director of Coaching, at [email protected]

For more information about CUSA’s Recreational Soccer and introductory Programs, which start at age 2, please Contact Daniel Brandmeyer, Director of Recreational Programs at [email protected]

For more information about CUSA’s community outreach programs please Contact Grant Knight, Director of community outreach, at [email protected]

Many thanks!

Paddy