Soccer Fields

SCYSL Field Usage Information
Please see the limitations listed for certain fields and note the following:

  • Fields are permitted Mon-Fri through the end of the year unless otherwise noted
  • All permits are from 5:00 PM until dark, so teams using fields before 5:00 PM must make way for all school programs and activities

2017 SCYSL Fall Soccer Field Usage - Updated 9/30/2017

Location Practice Availability Game Availability
Cabrillo School 2550 Cabrillo Ave - link NO Yes

Curtis Field, 890 Pomeroy Ave - link

Yes Yes (Download Field Map)

Millikin Elementary School, 615 Hobart Terrace link

Yes No

Santa Clara Youth Soccer Park, 5020 Stars and Stripes Dr., Santa Clara, CA 95054 - link

Yes Yes

Sutter Field, 3200 Forbes Ave - link

Yes U6-U11 Yes U6-U11

SCYSL Contacts

  • Burt Field/SCYSL Field Coordinator- manages overall relationship of field access between SCYSL and the City of Santa Clara. He is responsible for scheduling of league and scrimmage games, practice field allocation at Soccer Park, and practice field schedule for lighted fields for all teams. His contact information is
  • Rubin Mendoza/SCYSL Equipment Coordinator - takes care of all goals and equipment for the league. If there are access or maintenance issues with soccer goals and equipment, please contact him. His contact information is

SCYSL Soccer Rain-Out & Field Policy

Fall and Winter season is right around the corner, so we want to remind everyone about the league’s rain-out policy. The following rules apply to all grass fields except for the Santa Clara Youth Soccer Park . Practices at Soccer Park are only allowed on the all-weather turf field, so it is the coaches’ discretion if they want to hold practices in the rain. If there is thunder and lightning present, then practices must immediately stop.

Practices - when it’s raining on a practice day, all coaches should either check the "Field Alert" status on the homepage (and sign-up for the text message alerts). If there is rain, and a threat of thunder and lightning after practice has started, coaches should end practice immediately.

Games  - prior to the start of each game, all referees are required to evaluate field conditions and determine whether a game can safely be played. Unless it has been raining steadily the night prior to, and morning of the game, coaches should expect to arrive at your scheduled game. Referees will make a decision on the safety to play or not. If there is rain, and a threat of thunder and lightning after the game has started, referees and coaches should immediately end the game.

In the event games are cancelled on Friday night, recreation age group coordinators will contact coaches that night to inform coaches Saturday games have been cancelled.

Note: Even though the City may allow games to be played at the Soccer Park the referee in his/her opinion may decide to cancel the game due to inclement weather.








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