Owned by the City of Virginia Beach and leased to Hometown Sports Management, the Field Hockey National Training Center features two artificial turf fields, lighting, locker rooms, parking, an equipment room and concession stand.
Owned by the City of Virginia Beach and leased to the Hampton Roads Soccer Council, the Hampton Roads Soccer Complex consists of 21 soccer fields, of which 7 are small-sided fields, 12 are full size grass fields and 2 are full size synthetic turf fields. The complex also includes restrooms, concessions and picnic shelters.
Owned and operated by the City of Virginia Beach, Owl Creek Tennis Center is comprised of 12 lighted outdoor courts, 2 indoor courts in a climate-controlled bubble and a pro shop.
Owned and operated by the City of Virginia Beach, the Princess Anne Athletic Complex includes eight lighted tournament-quality softball fields and seven multi-purpose playing fields (which allow for football, soccer, etc.), two of which are lighted. The complex also features two full-service concession stands which are open during league play and tournaments.
Privately owned and operated, the Virginia Beach Field House has six turf fields, eight regulation volleyball courts, four basketball courts, multiple party rooms, an arcade, an indoor Fun Zone and dining facility. The land is leased from the City of Virginia Beach.
Owned by the City of Virginia Beach and leased to Hometown Sports Management, the Virginia Beach Sportsplex is comprised of the Sportsplex Stadium, Sportsplex Field Hockey National Training Center, Sportsplex Criterium, and Sportsplex Athletic Fields.