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Seminole County is ideally located in the heart of Central Florida only minutes away from top sporting events — professional and amateur. Combining exceptional sports facilities, ideal climate, close proximity to Orlando's world-famous attractions and Florida beaches are the reasons Seminole County is a "sports mecca" for national and international athletes alike. Seminole County features competition and training in world class soccer, lacrosse, field hockey, softball, tennis, golf, swimming and water polo.

Individual And Team Sports

Aquatic

Seminole County is close to both of Florida's coasts, but you don't have to travel far to go for a dip. There are a number of facilities available for swimming enthusiasts to get their strokes in.

Lake Brantley Aquatic Center
For detailed information or to make reservations, call (407) 862-2207.
This 50-meter by 25-yard, 23-lane pool features a depth of 4.5 feet to 13 feet with two one-meter diving boards and 2 three-meter diving boards. A Colorado timing system with a touch wall makes competition precise. This facility has been used for the 1995 and 1998 Junior Olympic Water polo Championships, Olympic and collegiate training and high-school competitions.

Longwood Aquatic Center
For detailed information or to make reservations, call (407) 862-2207.

Pool features nine 50-meter lanes, nine 25-meter lanes, eight 25-yard lanes, over and under lighting and Colorado timing and computers. This facility has been used for the 1998 Junior Olympic Water polo Championships, Olympic and collegiate training and high-school competitions.

Riverside Park - Oviedo
For detailed information or to make reservations, call (407) 366-7000, extension 660. Riverside Park pool features eight lanes of 25 meters and 60 feet at a depth of four to six feet.

Seminole High Aquatic Center
For detailed information or to make reservations call (407) 330-5697.

Seminole High Aquatic Center features a 20-lane short course of 50-meters by 25-yards and a minimum depth of seven feet with two-one meter diving boards. The facility also offers an 8-lane long course, bathroom and lockers.

Baseball

When you think spring training, Florida immediately comes to mind. But if you're looking for year-round baseball action, Seminole County is batting 1.000.


Eastmonte Park
This facility features six Bermuda grass baseball fields, four of which are lighted.

Lake Mary Sports Complex
Information unavailable at this time.

Oviedo Sports Complex
The five youth baseball fields at the Oviedo Sports Complex feature Bermuda grass. For detailed information or to make reservations, call (407) 359-5660.

Sanford Historic Memorial Stadium
Seating for 2,000, a PA system and scoreboard are available for this Bermuda grass field.For detailed information, contact Sanford Parks and Recreation at (407) 330-5697.

Basketball

When you think spring training, Florida immediately comes to mind. But if you're looking for year-round baseball action, Seminole County is batting 1.000.


Eastmonte Park
This facility features six Bermuda grass baseball fields, four of which are lighted.

Lake Mary Sports Complex
Information unavailable at this time.

Oviedo Sports Complex
The five youth baseball fields at the Oviedo Sports Complex feature Bermuda grass.For detailed information or to make reservations, call (407) 359-5660.

Sanford Historic Memorial Stadium
Seating for 2,000, a PA system and scoreboard are available for this Bermuda grass field.For detailed information, contact Sanford Parks and Recreation at (407) 330-5697.

Field Hockey

While the weather in Florida has never made outdoor ice hockey a popular sport, field hockey is a year-round attraction in Seminole County.


Seminole County Sports Training Center
Opened in July 1993, the state-of-the-art, 15,000 square-foot training facility includes a weight training room, shower/locker rooms, a training and treatment room, meeting and dining space, a catering kitchen and a 50-inch, big-screen television with satellite dish that allows athletes in training to view their performances on video, or watch their competitors' matches in progress. Adjacent to the center are six 80-yard x 120-yard international regulation sports fields for soccer, field hockey, American football and lacrosse, as well as nine tennis and four outdoor racquetball courts. In 1994, the center hosted the U.S. Field Hockey Association Festival.

Seminole Soccer Club
This 12-field soccer club is privately owned and works in conjunction with Seminole County.It has hosted the 1994 United States Field Hockey Festival, 1997 and 1998 Thanksgiving SuperClubs Tournament and its annual Memorial Day Tournament.

Lacrosse

Seminole County has hosted collegiate and high school men's and women's lacrosse teams from across the nation for years. In 1998, seven Seminole County high schools started lacrosse as a varsity boys and girls sport. Recognizing the need for organization of competition, quality fields and facilities for this relatively new sport, the Seminole County Sports Training Center at Sylvan Lake Park has taken the lead in Central Florida to be the single source of information for teams traveling here each year for spring training.


Seminole County Sports Training Center

"Where Champions Train"

Opened in July 1993, the state-of-the-art, 15,000 square-foot training facility /tourism/includes a weight training room, shower/locker rooms, a training and treatment room, meeting and dining space, a catering kitchen and a 50-inch, big-screen television with satellite dish to allow athletes in training to view their performances on video, or watch their competitors' matches in progress. Adjacent to the center are six 80-yard x 120-yard international regulation sports fields for soccer, field hockey, American football and lacrosse, as well as nine tennis and four outdoor racquetball courts.

Seminole Soccer Club
This 12-field club is privately owned and works in conjunction with Seminole County in putting on some of Central Florida's biggest lacrosse events.

Lacrosse teams who have used our training fields and facilities:

  • Allentown College
    Boston University
    Butler University
    College of the Holy Cross
    East Stroudsberg
    Gordon
    Greenwich Academy
    Hartwick College
    Lehigh
    Michigan (club)
    New England College
    Providence
    Renseilier College
    Stevens Institute
    SUNY Potsdam
    Swathmore College
    University of New Hampshire
    Vassar College
    Villanova
    Western Maryland
    Widener

Soccer

If you're looking for world-class soccer facilities, you'll find them in Seminole County.
Central Winds Park
The five soccer fields at Central Winds Park feature bleacher seating. For detailed information or reservations, call (407) 327-7110.

Seminole County Sports Training Center

"Where Champions Train"

Opened in July 1993, the state-of-the-art, 15,000 square-foot training facility includes a weight training room, shower/locker rooms, a training and treatment room, meeting and dining space, a catering kitchen and a 50-inch, big-screen television with satellite dish to allow athletes in training to view their performances on video, or watch their competitors' matches in progress.Adjacent to the center are six 80-yard x 120-yard international regulation sports fields for soccer, field hockey, American football and lacrosse, as well as nine tennis and four outdoor racquetball courts. The United States Soccer Federation's Women's National Team, winners of the 1999 FIFA Women's World Cup and the Gold Medal winners of the 1996 Olympic games, trained at the facility for both those competitions.

The center has been used by the 1994 Republic of Ireland World Cup team and soccer teams from around the world, and was recently named the permanent home of the United States Soccer Federation's National Teams. In addition, the center hosted the 1994 U.S. Field Hockey Association Festival.

Seminole Soccer Club
This 12-field soccer club is privately owned and works in conjunction with Seminole County in putting on some of Central Florida's biggest soccer events. It has hosted the 1994 United States Field Hockey Festival, 1997 and 1998 Thanksgiving SuperClubs Tournament and its annual Memorial Day Tournament. Seminole Soccer Club has one of the largest memberships in Florida youth soccer


Softball

Looking for a place to hold a softball tournament, or to get some practice in while on vacation? Either way, Seminole County has the fields you need.
Lake Mary Sports Complex
This facility features one lighted field with a fence distance of 290 feet.

For detailed information, call (407)324-3053.

Merrill Park
This facility features three lighted fields with Bermuda grass. Two of the fields have a fence distance of 290 feet, the third is 275 feet. Other amenities include electronic scoreboards, concession stands and 200 spectator seats per field..

Oviedo Sports Complex
Four adult fields, concession stands and restrooms are available at this facility. For detailed information or to make a reservation, call (407)359-5660.

Red Bug Lake Park
Bermuda grass is the turf of choice at Red Bug Lake Park. Featuring three lighted fields with fence distances of 230 feet, the park also offers electronic scoreboards and 200 spectator seats per field.

Sanford Historic Memorial Stadium
With seating that can accommodate 2,000 people, the Sanford Historic Memorial Stadium has become a popular place for larger tournaments. Bermuda grass, PA system and scoreboard are a few of the amenities. For detailed information, contact Sanford Parks and Recreation at (407)330-5697.

The Seminole County Softball Complex
Located in Altamonte Springs, the complex hosts regional and national tournaments as well as local league games. With a track record that includes a 48-team National Softball Association NSA national qualifier, the NSA girls 16-and-under Slowpitch Nationals, an American Softball Association ASA Fastpitch national qualifier, the Men's B Slowpitch ASA National Tournament and the Senior Softball World Series, this facility is ready to meet your needs.

The complex includes five lighted Bermuda grass fields with covered dugouts and separate electronic scoreboards. Located in the center of the five fields is an 8,000 square-foot, three-story operations center that houses the concessions area, restrooms with showers, a meeting room and viewing balcony, an administrative office and scorekeeper areas. Parking and seating are plentiful.

Tennis

Tennis anyone? Bring a partner or pick one up on the courts of any of Seminole County's tennis facilities.
Heathrow Racquet Club
Thirteen courts (11 clay and two hard) are served up at this facility.For detailed information and to make reservations, call (407) 333-1472.

Sylvan Lake Park
Keep serving well into the evening on the nine hard surface, lighted courts at Sylvan Lake Park. For detailed information and to make reservations, call (407) 322-6567.

Red Bug Lake Park
With 16 hard surface courts, there's always room for another game at Red Bug Lake Park. The facility also features restrooms, showers, lockers and a ball system for practice.For detailed information and to make reservations, call (407) 695-7113.

Sanlando Park
Sanlando Park features 25 hard surface courts, restrooms, three shelters and a ball system for practice. For detailed information and to make reservations, call (407) 869-5966.

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