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FIELD STATUS

Field status for the Austin Womens Soccer League is posted here: CLOSED as of 1/28/23 due to wet weather.

Field status for Capital City SC, Neighborhood Sports and Austin SSC KIDS should be checked on those organizations website.

BuildSoccer Park is the proud home of these great organizations!

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Capital City Soccer Club

Capital City Soccer Club is a select soccer club that offers training and league play for competitive boys and girls ages 6 to 19.

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Austin Womens Soccer League

Austin Women's Soccer League provides league play for adult women soccer players at all ages and abilities. They have several divisions of play to offer interested players.

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Austin SSC KIDS

Austin SSC KIDS offers soccer training and league play for the recreational boys and girls ages 2 to 10.

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Our Very First Trees!

Thanks to a grant from 4ATX and NetSpend we were able to plant 5 love oak trees to provide shade for fans and players.

We are so thankful for their support of our efforts to continue building community through soccer.

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5v5 FUNdraiser

We are thrilled with the success of our 2023 annual fundraising tournament! We had 110 teams, served 500 Valentinas BBQ tacos and took the largest soccer selfie with local hero Brad Stuver (that wing span though!). We thank our tournament sponsors Dentalsaurus and Baylor, Scott & White Health.

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BUILDING COMMUNITY THROUGH SOCCER

Our athletic park is located at 2310 Bliss Spillar Rd on land owned by The Marbridge Foundation. We have brought together 4 non-profits and created a healthier, happier community with thousands of smiling faces by having these 20 acres dedicated to athletic fields.

The current park contains four natural grass fields. We are the home base for Capital City Soccer Club, the Austin Women’s Soccer League and Austin Sports and Social Club KIDS.

While our park is a functioning park that serves the community we have hopes and dreams to provide an even better facility. The complete park plan includes a proper parking surface, permanent lights, bathrooms, concessions pavilion, a walking trail, drinking fountains, a playground, art serving thousands of smiling faces every week!

It will take the generosity of people and organizations who believe in the power of sports and community. Want to help?

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Sponsor The Park

Please email sponsorsanddonations2023@gmail.com to get more information about how to buy a banner, field sign and other ways to support a community park while marketing your business.

We are also looking for a sponsor name for the entire park! There is huge marketing value in naming a community park so we are looking for the right partner who shares our vision.

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Play in Annual 5v5 Tournament

Sign up a team for our annual 5v5 soccer tournament. The tournament will be held on January 6 and 7, 2024. We will have youth an adult divisions again and we hope to sign up even more than the 90 teams we had last year. Be on the lookout for more information!

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Donate to KICKIN

Donate on our website or through our KICKIN program to be named on our future "wall of champions" donor acknowledgement plaque.

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Amplify Austin

Donate to our annual "I Live Here. I Give Here." Amplify Austin event in early March. Look for our social media posts about the largest community fundraiser in Austin in March each year. We have been participating since 2019 and have raised $7,000 to date.

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Shop Amazon

Name BuildSoccer as your non-profit of choice when shopping Amazon through their smile.amazon.com website and .05% of your sale will go back to our park.

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Operating a soccer park takes a lot of care and time. We have existing long-term rental relationships and also have to consider appropriate rest time to keep our fields in the best possible condition. We are not currently staffed to accommodate one-off field rentals.

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This is Important

Athletics and competitive sports are vital to a child's development into a healthy, well-rounded adult. Austin kids are underserved with soccer parks especially in comparison to surrounding cities in Texas!

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Did You Know? And Can You Believe This?

AUSTIN

The City of Austin maintains zero soccer parks. While Travis County maintains 22 fields in 3 different parks, these parks are in the suburbs and are on average a 45 minute drive from the location of our proposed soccer park.

SAN ANTONIO

Bexar County recently invested $80 million supporting 73 soccer fields across 8 soccer parks.

DALLAS

The Dallas Parks and Rec Department maintains 96 soccer fields; 38 lighted and 58 non-lighted. When adding the suburbs that number triples.

HOUSTON

Harris County maintains approx 196 soccer fields across 20 parks within/near the city loop. When adding the suburbs that number doubles.

HEALTHY, ACTIVE, FAMILY BONDING

We have goals to continue to serve the community after the soccer park is built!

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  • Coach a Marbridge Special Olympics soccer team and provide soccer clinics to support active, healthy lifestyles of the Marbridge residents.
  • Launch a Soccer for Success Program which is the U.S. Soccer Foundation’s program for youth development that uses running sports leagues to combat childhood obesity and promote healthy lifestyles in low-income urban neighborhoods.
  • Become host to TOPSoccer which is a community-based training and team placement program for young athletes with disabilities.
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OTHER INTERESTS

  • Partner with other organizations in the community such as group exercise clubs, after school care programs, summer camps and more to fully utilize the park.
  • Support other sports programs such as flag football and lacrosse.
  • Integrate with more Marbridge residents through work internships, paid positions for field management and volunteer opportunities.
  • Become a site for regional Special Olympics events.
  • Utilize technology to optimize the park availability for interested organizations in the community.