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Soccer Fields on Long Island

Welcome to our interactive map showcasing all the soccer fields on Long Island! Our easy-to-use map provides a comprehensive view of all the fields in the area, making it simple for you to plan your next game.

Where to Play Soccer on Long Island

Baymen Soccer Field

Terry Rd, Sayville, NY, USA

Country Village Fields

140 Country Village Ln, East Islip, NY 11730, USA

Eastport South Manor Soccer Complex

Eastport-South Manor Central School District, Dayton Avenue, Manorville, NY, USA

I-Park Soccer Fields

1251 Union Tpke, North New Hyde Park, NY 11042, USA

Mattituck Park District Soccer Fields

Nesconset Highway, Nesconset, NY 11767, USA

Murray Athletic Field

11-01 45th Rd, Long Island City, Queens, NY 11101, USA

Peter C. Collins Soccer Park

1425 Old Country Rd, Plainview, NY 11803, USA

Stotzky Memorial Park

Stotzky Memorial Park, Columbus Avenue, Riverhead, NY, USA

Van Bourgondien Soccer Fields

Van Bourgondien Soccer Fields, Albin Avenue, West Babylon, NY, USA

William Floyd Athletic Complex

William Floyd Athletic Complex, Hounslow Road, Shirley, NY, USA

Bethpage State Soccer Park

Bethpage State Park Soccer Field, Old Bethpage, NY 11804, USA

Danzi Stadium

Danzi Stadium, Track, Sunrise Highway South Service Road, East Patchogue, NY, USA

HBC Soccer Field

250 Old South Path, Huntington Station, NY 11746, USA

LIU Soccer Park

720 Northern Blvd, Old Westbury, NY 11568, USA

Mitchel Field

Mitchel Field Way, Garden City, NY, USA

Nesconset State Park

Nesconset, NY 11767, USA

SUSA Happaugue

114 Parkway Dr S, Hauppauge, NY 11788, USA

Sylvan Ave Park

Sylvan Ave Park, Echo Avenue, Miller Place, NY, USA

Veterans Memorial Park

Veterans Memorial Park, Middle Country Road, Wading River, NY, USA

William Floyd Athletic Complex

William Floyd Athletic Complex, Hounslow Road, Shirley, NY, USA

Breezy Park

15 West Rogues Path, Huntington, NY 11743, USA

ETA Soccer Park

43 Hawkins Rd, Centereach, NY, USA

Heritage Park

633 Mount Sinai-Coram Rd, Mt Sinai, NY 11766, USA

Mastic Sports Complex

Mastic Sports Complex, Yaphank, NY, USA

Moriches Park

Moriches Road, Saint James, NY, USA

Northport Soccer Park

Asharoken Ave, Fort Salonga, NY 11768, USA

Soccer Fields at 12 Pine Park

21 Redlef St, East Patchogue, NY 11772, USA

Valley Stream State Soccer Park

Valley Stream, NY 11580, USA

Westbrook Sports Complex

Wheeler Rd, Great River, NY 11739, USA

Turf vs Grass: Which is Better for Soccer?

When it comes to playing soccer, the type of playing surface can make a significant impact on the game experience. There are many differences between playing soccer on turf and grass fields, and the choice of surface often comes down to personal preference and practical considerations.


Turf fields are made from synthetic materials and are designed to replicate the feel of natural grass. Compared to grass, turf offers a more consistent surface that does not change due to weather or usage. The ball moves quickly and accurately on turf, allowing for faster and more precise passes. However, turf can be less forgiving on the body, leading to a higher chance of lower-body injuries due to the less cushioned and more abrasive surface. Scrapes and rug burns are also more common on turf. Furthermore, turf can overheat in high temperatures and direct sunlight, making it less comfortable to play on in certain weather conditions.


On the other hand, grass fields offer a softer, more forgiving surface that can reduce the impact of falls and collisions. Grass fields can also provide a more natural playing experience with a ball that bounces and rolls in a less predictable manner than on turf. However, grass fields require regular maintenance to ensure safe and consistent playing conditions. The field can become bumpy and uneven due to usage and weather conditions, which can affect the speed and accuracy of passes and shots. In addition, grass fields may not be suitable for use in extremely hot or wet weather conditions, which can limit playtime and availability.


Overall, the choice between playing on turf or grass fields comes down to personal preference and practical considerations such as availability, cost, and weather conditions. Both surfaces offer unique advantages and disadvantages that can affect the playing experience, making it important to consider all factors when choosing the right field for your game.

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