Three Simple Things You Can Do to Help Improve Access to Fields

It's simple, but it bears repeating: in order to have games and practices we need fields. The greatest threat to our access to fields -- especially high-quality, conveniently-located fields -- is the behavior of our members. Please remember to:

1. Park legally and considerately.

2. Take your trash home with you.

3. Leave your dog at home.Stoddert rules prohibit pets anywhere on the property at all practices and games.









Fall '15 Field Map for Carter Barron Park
Check out the field lineup for U7 and U8 teams this fall

Field Advocacy
Vice Chair Nick Keenan testifies at D.C. Council Committee Hearing on Athletic Fields & Permitting Procedures

DC Stoddert Soccer Vice Chair Nick Keenan recently testified before the Committee on Transportation and the Environment regarding a public oversight roundtable convened by D.C. Councilwoman Mary Cheh and Councilman David Grosso regarding the District's Department of Parks and Recreation’s permitting program for use of athletic facilities by residents and non-residents.