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State of the INDUSTRY

A Look at What's Happening in Recreation, Sports and Fitness Facilities

Feature Article - June 2017

More than 1,700 professionals responded to our call for information about their facilities, budgets, construction plans, operations, programming, staffing and more. Here, we summarize their responses.

If You Build It…

Up-to-Date Sports Facilities Aim to Bring Back Crowds

Feature Article - May 2017

Fewer people have been showing up for games at colleges and universities, and so forward-thinking schools are designing new stadiums and facilities that provide more of what modern crowds are looking for.

Sports Fields

The Right Team
Miami-Dade Parks Soccer in Miami-Dade County, Florida

Facility Profile - May 2017

When Miami-Dade County saw growing demand for soccer programs, it turned to a partnership to provide what residents were looking for.

Attention to Detail

The Ongoing Evolution of the Locker Room

Feature Article - March 2017

Locker rooms have come a long way from the bare-bones functional spaces of the past. Modern-day locker rooms are designed to please modern-day patrons, with amenities and layouts that makes more sense.

Sports Facilities

Soccer Goes Green
New York Red Bulls Training Facility & Stadium in East Hanover and Harrison, N.J

Facility Profile - March 2017

The New York Red Bulls team training facility in East Hanover, N.J., was the first facility in the country to be Environmentally Certified by the Sports Turf Managers Association (STMA). Two weeks later, their stadium in Harrison, N.J., became certified as well.


Lighting Boost
Seminole County Sports Complex in Sanford, Fla.

Facility Profile - March 2017

When Seminole County Sports Complex, a 15-field sports facility that hosts baseball, softball, soccer and lacrosse, in Sanford, Fla., opened in the spring of this year, it also came with a state-of-the-art LED lighting system.

Serving Up Innovation

OKC Tennis Center Adds Indoor Tennis

Web Exclusive - March 2017

The Oklahoma City Tennis Center at Will Rogers Park recently added an award-winning tennis structure housing six regulation courts. The new building brings the OKC Tennis Center to 36 total courts.

Sports Without Opponents

Self-Competitive Mainstreaming

Web Exclusive - February 2017

When you want to ensure inclusive opportunities for all potential patrons, turn to sports that allow participants to compete against themselves, rather than each other.

The State of the Sports Turf Management Industry

Guest Column - January 2017

Sports fields require attention and care to ensure playability and safety for athletes. Luckily, there's a team of trained professionals who have the know-how to keep your fields in tip-top shape.

Outside of the Box

Up-and-Coming Sports Programming Can Expand Your Reach

Feature Article - November 2016

Expanding your programming can be as simple as hopping onto the bandwagon and offering a new sport that's growing in popularity across the country, like archery, adventure racing and pickleball.