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SPIRE Institute is the premier location for elite soccer players, competitive teams, weekend warriors and recreational soccer players. SPIRE Institute is a place for all athletes to play and train.

SPIRE Institute's Soccer Facilities feature two full size 11v11 indoor fields and one outdoor 11v11 field with Astro-Turf XPE grass and ideal infill for soccer. Indoor fields feature indirect lighting and climate control, allowing for year-round competition regardless of weather. Indoor surfaces also offer mezannine viewing levels or stadium seating for spectators to enjoy the competition with commanding views.

SPIRE Institute also offers premium dining options at our Nutrition Center, SPIRE Fuel, and quick meals and snacks in each building's concession facilities. Full Locker Rooms are available for use by competitors and Wifi is also available.

Soccer Training at SPIRE features an expert coaching staff offering Camp experiences and custom training.

Soccer Competition at SPIRE Institute includes Premiere Club 11v11 Soccer Leagues, Adult and Youth Soccer League, as well as Soccer Play Dates where your club can enjoy competitors drawn from all over Ohio, New York, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Indiana, Toronto and beyond. 

For inquiries please contact: [email protected]

 

 

Soccer Program Offerings Include:

  • Training Programs and Camps
  • Premier Club 11v11 Soccer League
  • Adult League Club Play
  • Youth League Club Play
  • Play Dates (U9-U12)
  • ...and more!

Key Features:

  • 2 full sized indoor 11v11 turf fields with Mezzanine viewing or Stadium Seating
  • 1 outdoor turf stadium field with stadium seating for 4000 and outdoor lighting for night competition
  • Professional licensed staff with extensive playing and coaching experience
  • Comprehensive Fitness Training Facilities
  • Advanced Strength, Agility and Performance training at the Michael Johnson Performance Center
  • Top Competition (including year round league competition
  • Amazing Food Options at the SPIRE Fuel nutrition court