Paradise Coast Sports Complex Stadium, now under new management by Sports Facilities Companies, is donating around 100 soccer balls to 10 Collier County Public Schools middle school teams.
“We value our Collier County community and want to ensure kids have the soccer balls they need to enjoy the sport – so this is natural for us,” PCSC general manager Adrian Moses said. “Donating these balls to CCPS teams allows them to grow the game within their schools for years to come. Paradise Coast Sports Complex and Collier County are wonderful places for soccer of all ages, and we enjoy seeing the CCPS teams every week.”
The 10 teams have been playing since the beginning of 2022 each Wednesday at Paradise Coast Sports Complex – enjoying the use of professional-level synthetic turf fields at no cost.
Paradise Coast Sports Complex is donating the soccer balls on behalf of Soccer Masters, an event partner with PCSC and Collier County.
“On behalf of Collier County Public Schools, I would like to thank Paradise Coast Sports Complex for their support and generous donation of soccer balls,” said Mark Rosenbalm, the supervisor of Interscholastic Athletics/Student Activities for Collier County Public Schools.
“With the support of Paradise Sports Park and its staff, we have elevated our middle school soccer program. Collier County Public Schools is very grateful for our partnership and appreciate the use your fantastic facility, and allowing us to give our student athletes an awesome experience. Thank you for your generous support of middle school athletics and our partnership to ensure a great experience for our student athletes.”
“On behalf of the athletes, coaches, and administration of Cypress Palm Middle School, I would like to extend a sincere thank you to Paradise Coast Sports Complex for their gracious donation,” said Xavier Vega, athletic director at Cypress Palm Middle School. “Their facilities, staff, and generosity are world class and second to none! Thank you for supporting our athletic programs.”