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Fleet Fields | Lincoln Yards Chicago

Lincoln Yards is proud to announce Fleet Fields, recreational park space, consisting of three public fields, that is open to the public for both free and league play. The Fields mark the first step in a series of developments coming from the Lincoln Yards team to connect Chicagoans and create open space for all. For more information.

Lincoln Yards breaks ground on new athletic fields - Curbed ...

New soccer fields signal arrival of Lincoln Yards megadevelopment. New, 4 comments “Fleet Fields” will open later this month. By Jay Koziarz Jul 10, 2019, 6:08pm CDT ...

Sterling Bay Wanted To Give New Lincoln Yards Soccer Fields ...

The soccer fields are just one part of 21 acres of public space Sterling Bay must create at Lincoln Yards, Hopkins has said. Of those 21 acres, 11 will be “contiguous green space,” he said.

Lincoln Yards Construction Begins With Soccer Fields

Sterling Bay’s Lincoln Yards megaproject has begun rising from the ground. A soccer field and two mini-fields have risen at the 55-acre site near the border of Lincoln Park and Bucktown.

United Soccer League expansion team coming to North Side site ...

The planned soccer stadium is shown at Sterling Bay's proposed Lincoln Yards development, at the Chicago River on the edge of the Lincoln Park and Bucktown neighborhoods.

Alderman kills Lincoln Yards' soccer stadium and live ...

Ald. Brian Hopkins (2nd) on Tuesday put the kibosh on two major elements of Sterling Bay’s massive Lincoln Yards development: a 20,000-seat soccer stadium and a live entertainment district ...

City of Chicago :: Lincoln Yards

Lincoln Yards. Lincoln Yards is a $6 billion mixed-use project planned by developer Sterling Bay for 53 acres of mostly vacant land within the North Branch Industrial Corridor in the Lincoln Park and West Town community areas. The project will include up to 14 million square feet of new commercial and residential construction, including up to ...

Chicago Soccer Leagues - Chicago Sport and Social Club

Coed 11 vs. 11 Outdoor Soccer (7 men/4 women on the field) - recommended 18 players on roster. Men’s 5 vs. 5 Indoor Soccer NO GOALIES - recommended 10 players on roster. Men’s 6 vs. 6 Indoor Soccer - recommended 12 players on roster. Men’s 7 vs. 7 Indoor Soccer - recommended 12 players on roster