City Soccer programs have been developed over the last 15 years at public and private play-spaces across the greater metro area.

A few specialized facilities have been built for the purpose in urban schoolyards. At these facilities, City Soccer programs have been designed to be accessible and to work well alongside traditional soccer-club and school-sport activities. Those urban-schoolyard facilities have inspired similar play-spaces to pop up around the city. Our foundation helps other organizations plan, develop, and use similar facilities to better serve their community.

Samuel Green

The original site of several City Soccer programs, and best known for Adult & Schools leagues, Green was developed in partnership with FirstLine Schools.

This field has inspired the development of several local schoolyard facilities around the city, including another field at FirstLine’s Phillis Wheatley campus!

Field Entrance: 2300 Cadiz St., New Orleans

St. Andrew’s

For over a decade, this unique schoolyard facility has been home to training and league programs for beginners, on up to the city’s top players.

The Riverbend neighborhood has seen countless players come through the gates for Open Academy & Open Play, often driving from over an hour away!

Field Entrance: 1111 S.Carrollton Ave., New Orleans

Phillis Wheatley

Following from the unexpected impact of programming in the Freret neighborhood at the Samuel Green campus, Phillis Wheatley’s state of the art field was developed to bring the same activities and affect to Treme.

The new field allowed the adult Leagues to expand and become more accessible. While, further developing Open Play Schools programs at Wheatley allowed us to observe how neighborhood kids can informally find programs and begin playing, connect with new people to navigate to other City Soccer programs and locations, find new opportunities and achieve otherwise unlikely goals.

The Wheatley project was made possible by contributions from US Soccer Foundation & Unite The Game (dba - Crescent City Soccer), in partnership with FirstLine Schools.

Field Entrance: 801 N.Miro St., New Orleans

City Soccer programs have operated well in…

  • Private, Public, & Government Facilities
  • Full-fields, Small-sided, Mini-fields, & Courts
  • Around the United States & Internationally

Questions about facilities?

Please reach out to info@citysoccer.org, or call us at 504-444-7414

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