Rochester Sports Community Complex

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Rochester Sports Community Complex 

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The property at 460 Oak Street is now operated by the City of Rochester, Department of Recreation & Human Services as a youth sports complex.  The complex opened in spring 2019, with a variety of sport clinics such as lacrosse, football, baseball, soccer, conditioning and much more!  The Rochester City School District, and local youth sports leagues and community organizations will utilize the facility for year-round sports training. 

Register online through  R-Central  and become an R-Center member, which gives you access to it all top-notch team sports, outstanding arts programs, water skills classes, youth council leadership opportunities and more or call (585) 428-6841 for more information.

Rochester Community Sports Complex Indoor Training Facility – Coming Soon!

Rochester Community Sports Complex Indoor Training Facility – Coming Soon! On January 14, 2020 Mayor Lovely A. Warren announced that the City of Rochester has been awarded a $460,000 grant from the Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. Foundation that now completes the necessary funding for a new $2.1 million indoor sports training facility for use by student athletes and the Rochester community. The facility will be part of the Rochester Community Sports Complex and will be located in a building adjacent to the former downtown soccer stadium.