SPRING SEASON STARTS APRIL 3rd, 2023
Deposits are due March 20th
Our three indoor arena turf fields are ready for play — Three 180′ by 80′ indoor soccer fields with professional dasher boards, indoor turf, plenty of spectator seating, and a professional scoreboard is the perfect venue for our indoor arena soccer leagues. Coed, Men’s, and Womens’ leagues are open to players ages 16 years and above.
Check out our season discounts! Click the REGISTER YOUR TEAM or JOIN A TEAM buttons, or complete the form below to get your team registered.
JOIN A LEAGUE OR TEAM
Bladium offers Members and Non-Members the opportunity to reserve a soccer field for their exclusive use for team practice, private pick-up games, or friends simply wanting to get a little extra playing time. Great for youth teams!
- Choose full or half field.
- All players are required to check-in at Front Desk.
- All players are required to present ID.
- Payment must be made at time of reserving field.
- All Non-Members MUST sign a Bladium Waiver and Liability Release Form.
- Players under the age of 18 must have parents sign the Waiver form
- Indoor soccer shoes recommended.
- Covered shin guards required.
$150 per hour for a team practice (full field).
Availability is limited.
We are not offering any adult soccer clinics at this time. If you are interested in future offerings, please email Sean Manning at [email protected] Thank you!
If you (or you and a friend) don’t have a team, Bladium can try and place you on a House Team or another team. Just contact our Adult Soccer Manager at [email protected].
Want to start a new team? We can help. Here’s why it’s cool to be a Bladium Captain or Coach.
Bladium Team Captain and Coach Benefits:
- Complimentary Sports Membership
- Free Pick Ups and Clinics
- Captains’/Coaches’ Appreciation Party (Free Pizza, Beer, and Prizes)
- Endless Respect and Loyalty from your Teammates, Players, and Parents!
- A-level teams are the highest level and are very competitive. Players often have college or professional soccer
- B-level teams are highly competitive. Players often have college playing experience.
- C-level teams are moderately competitive. Players have typically played in high school and continued playing for
- D-level teams are recreational. Players are those with some soccer playing experience.