NASL Teams

San Antonio Scorpions


STAR Soccer Complex


The San Antonio Scorpions FC, our new North American Soccer League (NASL) soccer team, will be based at the STAR Soccer Complex. For the 2012 NASL season, the Scorpions will train at STAR (and play home games at Heroes Stadium, adjacent to STAR.)

Every aspect of the STAR Soccer Complex is carefully designed to ensure that the 13 full- size, fully-lit fields will continue to be this region’s premier athletic fields.   
STAR Soccer features a full concession stand with free WiFi, a small pro shop, vending machines, two exciting playscapes and well-maintained restrooms. Truly the jewel of San Antonio sports facilities, STAR Soccer represents the largest of its type in the San Antonio region. The addition of STAR Soccer has helped increase the area’s number of soccer fields by almost 25 percent.

For the 2012 NASL season, the San Antonio Scorpions will train at the STAR Soccer Complex and play home games at Heroes Stadium (adjacent to STAR Soccer Complex)

Select STAR Soccer Amenities

  1. Best Quality Fields—The 13 world-class fields have been professionally laser graded,and the Texturf 10 grass is meticulously maintained by a master staff.
  2. Maximum Flexibility— Premium lighted fields mean fields can be reserved after dark to fit any schedule.  Full fields may be reserved as well as 8v8, 3v3, outdoor 7v7 and many other athletic events.
  3. Easy Access—Located not far from IH 35 (Wurzbach Parkway and Thousand Oaks Drive), STAR Soccer is convenient for players from all over the South Texas region.
  4. Free Paved Parking—Over 700 well-lit parking spaces are located directly adjacent to all fields.
  5. Full Concessions and Vending—There are plenty of delicious options to ensure everyone is re-charged and ready to play! You can enjoy complimentary WiFi at the concessions facility.
  6. Indoor Restrooms—Large, well-maintained facilities are located throughout the complex for your convenience.
  7. Play areas—Two separate playground areas make STAR Soccer fun to visit for even the smallest players and spectators. 

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