The new $10 million, 22-acre Redding Soccer Park located at 9800 Old Oregon Trail in Redding (click here for map), is California's only all weather soccer complex! The Redding Soccer Park is a family-oriented and safe atmosphere for play, located at the top of the Sacramento Valley and the gateway to the mountains. The Park features four lighted, synthetic turf fields which provide for year round play (rain or shine).
The park was designed to offer an exceptional soccer experience not just a place to play. The "State of the Sport" park is a one of a kind facility that offers more features and amenities than normally found at the soccer complex.
The exceptional experience begins immediately. Upon entering the Park, our guests will find paved walkways, elevated seating around the fields, four NCAA sized lighted fields, a full service resturant and over 2000 square feet of covered seating, equipped with ceiling fans and misters. From the comfort of the covered seating area, spectators can view games on all of the fields. For the younger attendees, a large play structure complete with climbing walls, slides, ladders, and play decks has been located adjacent to the resturant area.
The players will love the perfect playing surface, no more hidden divets or sprinklers. Other amenities like misting stations at each field, full lighting on all four fields, concrete walkways surrounding each field (no need to take mud back home) set this apart from any other facility.
1. There is a $2.50 entry fee to get into the Redding Soccer Park on game days. For tournaments, the entry fee is $3.75. Players, coaches, and spectators 12 and under get in free.
2. No food or drinks are allowed inside the soccer park (this includes coffee). Team snacks are allowed for the players. Strikers, our full service concessions, will be open for all games.
3. No dogs are allowed inside the soccer park, except for licensed/permited service dogs.
4. Do not stake pop-up tents, banners, or flags into the artificial turf fields.
5. We do provide water at the fields for the players. They just need to bring their own bottles.