Soccer at Blue Ash Sports Center



















Photo by Terrence Huge


Field Condition Hotline: 513-230-5162
Field Rental Contact: Robert Halker bhalker@blueash.com

BLUE ASH SPORTS CENTER
The Blue Ash Sports Center (11540 Grooms Road, Blue Ash, OH 45242) was formally opened in In May 1987. Today, the Center is a premier 37-acre facility, comprised of 11 baseball and two soccer fields (nearly half of which are lit for evening play). Many local high school sports teams call the Sports Center home, as do a variety of youth sport associations in the area. With very well-maintained fields and award-winning facilities, the Sports Center is a popular venue.

Our fields are maintained by our on-site, in-house ground maintenance crew. With specialized equipment and an experienced staff, we are able to keep the fields and grounds well maintained and groomed day-after-day throughout the entire season.

The Sports Center also hosts contests for certain Adult Sport Leagues throughout the year. With ample parking, two restroom facilities, a small park/playground area, and a covered concession area, the Sports Center is the ideal venue for any event.

Pets and alcoholic beverages are NOT permitted on the premises.

Directions and map of fields, please click here.
Baseball at Crosley




















Photo by Ryan Sakemiller

CROSLEY FIELD
Reconstructed for advanced level baseball, the Crosley Field restoration project was formally dedicated to the "Youth of Baseball" in July of 1988. 

Crosley Field was reconstructed by using the blueprints from the original stadium, including the same field dimensions, grass infield, the infamous outfield terrace, and the same dimensions, height, and angles of the outfield wall. To add to the authenticity of the reconstruction project, the 400+ seat stands on the 3rd baseline comprise of the original stadium seating from Crosley Field.

The scoreboard was reconstructed to simulate the original scoreboard from Crosley when the "last pitch" was thrown on June 24, 1970. No detail was left out in the reconstruction process, including the original sponsors of the Reds and the scores from around the league at that time.