The brand new North Stadium at Kino Sports Complex was christened on November 15, 2013, when FC Tucson upset Major League Soccer side Chivas USA, 1-0.
The stadium, the final results of a collaborative effort from FC Tucson, Pima County and the soccer community, holds 1,800 seats and features two loges, a press box and an overhang that not only blocks out the sun but it also holds in crowd noise to help enhance FC Tucson’s already rowdy crowds.
The North Stadium has been home to the MLS Preseason matches, including the FC Tucson Desert Diamond Cup and the FC Tucson regular season. In addition to MLS and PDL soccer, the stadium will house youth soccer tournaments all year as well as events for other fields sports like football, lacrosse and field hockey.
Kino Sports North Grandstand
Field #5 was originally the main baseball field at Kino Sports Complex North, just yards away from the Diamondbacks old spring training clubhouse. Today the field that used to house Randy Johnson, Curt Shilling and Mark Grace is beginning a new and exciting chapter as the home of FC Tucson. With the beautiful Santa Catalina mountains as a backdrop, Field #5 is one the the most scenic home venues in the PDL Southwest Division.
Head east on Ajo Way and take a left on Forgeus Avenue. Take a right at the end of the street, then a left and the immediate parking lot is the official parking lot for FC Tucson that leads into the stadium.
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