Ontario Soccer Centre
The Soccer Centre, also known as the Ontario Soccer Centre, is a Canadian competition, training, education, and exposition soccer facility. It is located in Vaughan, Ontario, 20 km north-west of downtown Toronto.
The centre features a 130,000-square-foot (12,000 m2) field house that can accommodate three indoor soccer fields or one full size 11-a-side game. It has two international size outdoor grass fields, one international size outdoor artificial turf field, a sports therapy clinic, a restaurant and lounge. The tenants include The Ontario Soccer League, The Ontario Womens Soccer League, The Ontario Soccer Association, and The Canadian Soccer Hall of Fame and Museum.
In the fall of 2003, The Soccer Centre opened up its new artificial turf outdoor field. The project was the result of a collaboration between The Ontario Soccer Association, The Canadian Soccer Association, The Soccer Centre, and The City of Vaughan.
In January 2015 it was announced that the stadium would undergo a $5 million renovation by 1 July 2015, funded by the Ontario Soccer Centre with the City of Vaughan acting as the guarantor. This is one of the only soccer facilities in Canada that is home to two FIFA Recommended 2-Star soccer fields. The stadium will be home to Toronto FC II, the reserve team of Toronto FC of Major League Soccer, which began play in the minor professional United Soccer League in 2015. More details on Wikipedia