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Legacy Fields Sports Complex


Located on the north side of Tracy, the Legacy Fields Sports Complex represents years of planning and partnerships between the City of Tracy and local youth sports leagues. The name “Legacy Fields” touches on the history of Tracy and will provide opportunities for local and regional sports leagues to leave their legacy within the community for generations to come. The vision for Legacy Fields is that it will become a desired location for youth and adult sports tournaments, as well as local youth sports league play and related events.

Phase 1 of the facility’s Master Plan consists of 72-acres, and once complete, will consist of 10 ballfields, 8 soccer fields, three restroom/concession buildings, one restroom building, paved parking lots, a maintenance yard and landscaping throughout the site. At full build-out, Legacy Fields will consist of 166-acres of active recreation and will serve as the largest multi-sport facility in the region.

By creating a sports complex at this scale that is aesthetically pleasing and popular with both residents and sports team across the region, the result is more visitors to the City. Shopping, dining, accommodations, and more… Legacy Fields has the opportunity to become an economic engine, drawing in people from up and down the West Coast to compete in baseball, soccer, and softball tournaments, as well as shop and buy. In fact, we anticipate hosting as many as 3 tournaments per month all year round just with Phase 1. So how much of an economic impact is this really? According to the Sports Facility Advisory, “Nationwide, 53 million traveling athletes participate in youth sporting events, generating an estimated $7 billion of economic impact” (2013). Parents spend money on their kids to play sports. They pay for uniforms, equipment, practice time . . . and to play in tournaments. We anticipate more than 350,000 visits to Legacy Fields annually once Phase 1 is complete. Parks have economic power and Legacy Fields will be a generational type facility that benefits youth sports, local business owners, and the community at large. How’s that for a Legacy?!

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