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Nestled at the base of the beautiful San Bernardino Mountains in Southern California, the San Bernardino Soccer Complex is the inspiration of the California Youth Soccer Association-South, one of the first of its kind. We are proud to serve six Cal South clubs, including USYSA national champions Celtic and Arsenal. These clubs, along with the Blast, Corinthians, and Gauchos host prestigious tournaments at the Complex.

San Bernardino offers the very finest facilities, including quality playing surfaces for 17 fields; five of which are lighted. The landscaped Complex also provides 1,600 paved parking spaces, two concession stands, administrative offices, playground and two restroom buildings. Adjacent San Gorgonio High School provides a stadium seating 2,500 spectators, lockers, showers, meeting rooms, ancillary paved parking and swimming pools. Two additional full-sized fields are planned for development immediately south of the Complex. The nearby San Bernardino Blast Complex offers additional six quality lighted fields. Located next to the Little League Regional Headquarters, the Blast Complex offers a 40-room dormitory at very low cost. California State University at San Bernardino complements the youth soccer program with its own Division II college soccer program and additional playing fields. Together, these facilities and programs provide a synergy for growth that serve as a model for California and the nation.

The San Bernardino Soccer Complex is strategically located within one block off the 210 Freeway, visible and easily accessible with designated exit and surface street routing signs. Click here to get directions. San Bernardino is ideally positioned to accommodate major tournaments as it has successfully done over the years. The Complex has served as the site for the USYSA Regional Championship as well as headquarters for State and National Cups, the Tide Cup and Olympic Development Program training.

The City of San Bernardino is blessed with physical, social, economic and marketing advantages over most other venues. The San Bernardino Soccer Complex is located near major attractions such as the San Manuel Indian casino and Pharoah’s Lost Kingdom. Fabled for its Route 66 history, the City celebrates the Route 66 festival. Its minor league baseball team, the 66ers, are housed at Arrowhead Credit Union Stadium, a facility with a seating capacity of 5,000 available for major soccer events.

The City of San Bernardino is the largest city and county seat for San Bernardino County, the largest county in the United States, connecting Los Angeles with the rest of the nation. As part of the Inland Empire, the San Bernardino Soccer Complex serves a market of 3.5 million residents in one of the nation’s fastest growing regions. The world-class Los Angeles metropolitan area of San Bernardino, Riverside, Orange and L.A. Counties comprise a resident population of 20 million plus 23 million visitors annually for a total of 43 million people. Visitors can experience the greatest variety of natural and manufactured attractions in the world. San Bernardino is located in a sub-tropical environment within one-half hour of the alpine resorts of Big Bear Lake and Lake Arrowhead. There is located the National Children’s Forest, three ski areas and miles of hiking, biking and equestrian trails. Palm Springs and the Coachella Valley are also only 30 minutes away, offering a low desert experience of over 100 golf courses, seven casinos, major shows, palms to pines aerial tramway and major hotels, restaurants and shops. Visitors also have the opportunity to travel by auto or commuter rail to San Diego, Mexico, Pacific Ocean beaches, Catalina Island, Disneyland, Hollywood, Universal CityWalk, Magic Mountain, Legoland, major league baseball, and the new Home Depot Center, the finest soccer stadium in the U.S. and home of the Los Angeles Galaxy and Chivas-USA.

The San Bernardino Soccer Complex is served by Ontario International Airport, a short 25 minute drive, as well as John Wayne Orange County Airport 45 minutes away and Los Angeles International Airport. The Complex is surrounded by a network of five freeways.

We understand the special needs of soccer families, including Hospitality Lane that features major hotels, restaurants and retail establishments. More than 4,500 hotel rooms serve the Complex within a one-half hour radius. Get your kicks on Route 66 by joining us at the San Bernardino Soccer Complex!

2500 Pacific Ave.
Highland, CA, 92346
Mudline - (909) 864-9482

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