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Soccer Centre Dome & Artificial Turf Field Upgrade

Calgary Soccer Centre Soccer Centre dome & artificial turf field upgrade

The Calgary Soccer Centre (CSC) currently has three outdoor artificial turf fields and one outdoor natural turf field. This project will upgrade the outdoor natural turf field to an artificial turf field and cover it with an air-supported structure (dome). We also will be upgrading the parking lot and storm water management at CSC.


The scope of work proposed in this project includes the following:

  • Upgrading the natural turf field to a full FIFA size 11 vs. 11 indoor artificial turf field.
  • Building an air-supported structure (dome) over the new artificial turf field.
  • A new amenity building that will include participant change rooms, a referee change room and a universal public washroom.
  • Improving the parking lot infrastructure by paving the west parking lot and adding approximately 100 additional parking spots.
  • Upgrading the storm water management to prevent localized flooding. 


This project will produce a full-sized indoor rectangular field, providing citizens with a high-quality, year-round practice and play space.  

The field will complement existing amenities at the CSC, accommodating a broad range of sport and recreation opportunities and increasing the CSC’s capacity to host tournaments.

Investment in this project will generate approximately 150 jobs and contribute $21. 2 million to the GDP1.


Access to most Calgary Soccer Centre facilities will remain open throughout construction.

The natural outdoor field will be closed for the duration of construction. Access to the CSC, Annex and outdoor fields one, two and three will remain open.

Tree impacts

  • The City of Calgary works to preserve as many trees as possible, however, some tree loss is unavoidable.
  • Approximately 89 trees will be removed and 82 new trees will be planted as part of the project.


  • 2019 -  Council approves Administration’s proposed One Calgary four-year capital budget, including funding for maintenance and renewals at existing City recreation facilities. 
  • 2021 - Council approves the Revised Calgary Recreation Capital Investment Strategy, Report C2021-0911, providing funding for the air inflated dome over the new artificial turf field.
  • August 2021 - Design development began.
  • April 2024 - Construction began.
  • Fall 2024 - The west parking lot is anticipated to be open for public use.
  • Early 2025 - Soccer Centre Dome is anticipated to be open to the public.
  • Spring/summer 2025 - Completing landscaping work.

Parking Changes

The west gravel parking lot at the CSC will be closed during construction.

People needing to park at the Calgary Soccer Centre (CSC) during construction are asked to use alternative parking options that include:

  • Accessing the north parking entrance at the CSC.
  • Utilizing street parking along 48 Street S.E.  between 68 Avenue S.E. and 72 Avenue S.E.

Parking locations at the Calgary Soccer Centre during the West parking lot closure

Thank you for your understanding while we make parking improvements at CSC.

The contractor will adhere to The City’s Community Standards Bylaw, 32M2023 for hours of operation, material storage and construction best practices, including dust mitigation. Questions can be submitted by contacting 311.


The current budget for this project is $28 million and has been approved as part of the of the Revised Calgary Recreation Capital Investment Strategy and Calgary 2023-2026 Service Plans and Budgets. There will also be some funding from the Centralized Climate Fund.

1Based on estimates from Infrastructure Calgary’s economic impact assessment model

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