Enid Sports Association (ESA) is the certified 501-c-3 formed to build the advance soccer complex. The mission statement of ESA is to develop and grow recreational and competitive sports, recognize achievement, and promote healthy lifestyles through strengthened community values.
There are a variety of naming opportunities still available for donors. Donor names will be prominently placed at the complex. Below are the options available: Legacy Support Level Championship Stadium - $500,000 Full-size Fields - $150,000 Practice Fields - $100,000 Picnic Area/Central Lawn - $75,000 Legacy supporters will also receive recognition through name or logo placement in [...]
Fundraising for the complex should commence December 31st, 2021. Our Official Groundbreaking ceremony is August 3rd, 2021, and we expect the complex to be complete by December 1st, 2022.
The total fundraising goal for the project is $11 million. We expect to reach this goal by December 31st, 2021.
Yes. Once tournament play begins in the complex, we will offer sponsorships to local businesses. If you are interested in a sponsorship in the future, please let us know through our Contact Page or by emailing us at email@example.com
Much like David Allen Memorial Ballpark, the complex is a public/private partnership used by the Enid Community and Enid High School. The facility will abide by operational hours and will be made available to all soccer communities of Enid.
Advance Soccer Complex will mirror the David Allen Memorial Ballpark operations. All profit received from tournament fees and gate receipts will be used for operational and capital improvements. Enid Soccer Association is a non-profit.
The ASC is one of the largest public/private partnerships in Enid. The City of Enid will build the infrastructure for the complex, own the facility and pay utility bills for the property. The private partners will donate the funds for the building of the fields and the complex. As of now, there are over 150 private donors supporting [...]
The goal of ASC is to benefit Enid in three critical areas: Provide a first class facility for the nearly 800 youth in Enid that play soccer. Host many area, regional and national tournaments that will drive economic growth for the city. Provide another point of local pride and help build a sense of community and gathering [...]