On March 18, County officials and representatives from Soccer 5 USA commemorated the opening of a state-of-the-art small-sided soccer complex located at 2520 Lake Worth Road, between Congress Avenue and Lake Osborne Drive with a ribbon-cutting ceremony. The celebration also included music, games, giveaways and soccer activities.
The complex is built on a repurposed softball field and will assist with the re-energizing of the existing complex, with plans to add a miracle field and new concession building. The Soccer 5 complex offers two soccer fields for 5v5 play and four soccer fields for 7v7 play for all ages and abilities.
“We are pleased to partner with Soccer 5 USA to provide this opportunity for healthy, happy living in our community and create a positive place welcoming everyone to play,” said Jennifer Cirillo, director of Palm Beach County Parks and Recreation.
Soccer 5 USA, founded in 2011 by Scott and Alan Georgeson, is a leading developer, builder and operator of small-sided soccer centers, with existing centers throughout SE Florida and plans for future expansion. Soccer 5 offers adult field rentals, leagues and pick-up games, and youth recreational soccer and leagues via the Soccer 5 Academy serving over 100,000 soccer players and families regularly enjoying playing and watching soccer for all ages and abilities.
“We are very excited to be open in John Prince Park,” said Scott Georgeson, president, Soccer 5 USA. “We look forward to welcoming all players and families as they GET IN THE GAME, whether it be social with friends, pick up, leagues and tournaments or our Soccer 5 Academy!”
John Prince Park is operated by the Palm Beach County Parks and Recreation Department, recognized nationally for excellence in park and recreation management, providing organized recreational programs and services for people of all ages and abilities.
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