Sports Complex News
See the briefs below for announcements released from the Edwardsburg Sports Complex office, and click the "Read More" button for the full article. Published news and stories can be viewed on our In The News page.
Baseball construction begins with local partnership
october 4, 2017
The Edwardsburg Sports Complex has broken ground on four of its eight proposed baseball/softball fields thanks to a five-year field use commitment by the Indiana Land Sharks travel baseball club. The agreement, signed in late August, grants the Land Sharks exclusive use of the fields for team training throughout the week and promises the Complex two tournament weekends hosted by the Land Sharks each year...
Youth Council brings back sports equipment exchange
july 20, 2017
The Youth Advisory Council is collecting again! This time, instead of plastic caps, the group of high school volunteers will be recycling sports equipment. The sports equipment exchange was one of the Youth Council’s first initiatives after its formation in 2014, but this year the group is putting renewed energy into collecting gently used sports equipment of all kinds to be made available free of charge to families...
national soccer school coming to edwardsburg
july 5, 2016
The Beasley National Soccer School will be coming to the Michiana area to run a day camp from July 25 to July 29. The camp, which offers Fundamental, Intermediate, Creative Footwork, and Goalkeeping programs, is for boys and girls ages 5 to 17 years and will be held at the Edwardsburg Sports Complex. Each participant will receive a Beasley Camp t-shirt and soccer ball and has the chance to win prizes and official autographed items throughout the week...
EDWARDSBURG SPORTS COMPLEX AWARDED $6,300 FROM U.S. SOCCER FOUNDATION
January 29, 2016
The Edwardsburg Sports Complex today announced it has been awarded a $6,300 grant from the U.S. Soccer Foundation, the national model in sports-based youth development in underserved communities. This grant is intended to fund the equipment purchase and installation of the irrigation system in three additional fields out at the complex. The ESC was one of only 24 organizations nationwide to receive a grant.