CALIFORNIA SOCCER PARK
CONNECT | ENRICH | INSPIRE
We're here to connect communities, enrich lives and inspire families,
teams and athletes through high quality experiences.
A Non-Profit 501(c)3 Sporting Facility
California Soccer Park is located at 9800 Old Oregon Trail in Redding. The 22-acre facility is a family-oriented and safe atmosphere for play, located at the top of the Sacramento Valley and the gateway to the mountains. The all-weather soccer complex features four lighted, synthetic turf fields that provide year-round play (rain or shine).
The park was designed to offer an exceptional sporting experience, for players and spectators alike.
Upon entering the Park, our guests will find paved walkways, elevated seating around the fields, four NCAA sized lighted fields, a full-service snack bar, air-conditioned bathrooms and over 2000 square feet of covered seating, equipped with ceiling fans and misters. From the comfort of the covered seating area, spectators can view games on all of the fields. And for keeping the little kids busy, we have a large play structure complete with climbing walls, slides, ladders, and play decks that is located adjacent to the snack bar seating area.
OUR CORE VALUES
COMMUNITY | Welcoming and including all, through healthy activities.
DEVELOPMENT | Growing the California Soccer Park and those who benefit from its use.
QUALITY | Delivering excellence through innovation and collaboration in a safe environment.
TEAMWORK | Fostering respect, competition and accountability.
The Shasta Regional Soccer Association, dba California Soccer Park, is a Non-Profit organization with a volunteer board that operates and maintains the park.
Board of Directors:
Brian Salado / President
Mike Littau / Vice-President
Paul Black / Treasurer
Rob Morin / Secretary
Matt Pinnell / Director
John Alderson / Director
Jill Letendre / Director
Jason Eatmon / Director
DIRECTIONS TO THE PARK
Take the HWY 44 exit east towards Lassen
Exit HWY 44 at the Old Oregon Trail/Airport Rd exit
Turn left at the light
Travel 1 mile on Old Oregon Trail
Park is on the left at the giant soccer balls