The Winnipeg Soccer Federation Indoor Soccer Complex opened its doors in the fall of 2008 to help meet the ever-growing demand for indoor sporting facilities. This state-of-the-art complex is the first of its kind in Manitoba and home to amateur athletes of all ages. It is located on the University of Manitoba campus, just east of Pembina Highway.
The indoor complex will make you feel like you're playing outside on a perfect summer day with its climate controlled environment and simulated grass field. Made of the best indoor turf, the field provides the closest playing experience to real grass while being the safest surface available to eliminate turf burn and decrease overall injuries. There are also 12 large dressing rooms at field level with each containing lockers to provide security for personal belongings while your group is participating in field activities.
As the largest clear-span building in North American, the complex houses a full field sized at 210' x 330'. Curtains can be electronically lowered to divide the field in quarters or halves to suit your needs. Rental space is available in any field formation that best fits your sport, activity and budget. Although ideal for soccer, the WSF Indoor Soccer Complex can accommodate other sports such as football, ultimate disc, baseball, rugby and lacrosse. The complex is also well-suited for activity sessions, phys-ed classes, fitness evaluations and clinics.
For more information, please contact us by phone at (204) 953-4747 or by click here to contact us.
Parking is available in the lots located in front of the complex. These are University of Manitoba lots and are not governed by the Winnipeg Soccer Federation. Parking is free after 4:30 PM from Monday-Friday and all day on Saturday and Sunday. Please refer to the parking information posted at the meters for further details.
The WSF Indoor Soccer Complex is located at 211 Chancellor Matheson Road, just east of Bison Stadium. If driving south on Pembina, turn east (left) on Chancellor Matheson Road and you’ll see the complex on your left, just past the first set of lights at Research Road. Drive slightly past the complex and then make a left u-turn and turn immediately to your right into the parking area and facility. Click here for a map to the complex.