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Bryan Park Soccer Complex



PLEASE PICK UP YOUR TRASH, INCLUDING TAPE!!! Thank You, Cary
Bryan Park Site Plan - Click to enlarge
Click to enlarge Summer 2005 7 a-side map (144Kb)



Bryan Park Site Plan - Click to enlarge
Click to enlarge Spring Map (139Kb)

The Central Virginia Soccer Association has lead in the development of the Bryan Park Soccer Complex, contributing over $200,000.00, and directly securing grants totalling more than $75,000.00. The CVSA is affiliated with the United States Soccer Federation (USSF), and Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA). The realization of the soccer complex is an integral part of an overall inner-city program. Currently the City of Richmond has seen a 100% increase in youth soccer participation since 1994. The rapid growth is experienced in both the boy's and the girl's programs. The program already has over 4,000 participants, employing more volunteers than any other youth sports program in the city of Richmond.

Bryan Park originated as a 279-acre estate known as Rosewood which was owned by the Mordecai family. In 1909, Isabelle Lamont Bryan and her sons bought Rosewood at public auction. Mrs. Bryan donated the land to the City of Richmond as memorial to her late husband, Joseph Bryan, who in the late 1880's began publishing the Richmond Times, which has evolved into today's Richmond Times-Dispatch. The park is an English-style naturalistic park with ponds, hiking trails, wildlife, mature hardwoods, tennis courts, playgrounds, picnic shelters, and a seventeen-acre azalea garden.

The use of the fields is governed by the Bryan Park Operating Committee. This committee consists of one representative each from the following bodies:

  • City of Richmond, Recreation & Parks
  • Richmond Recreation & Parks Foundation
  • Virginia Commonwealth University
  • Central Virginia Soccer Association
Article VII.3 of the Bryan Park Operating Agreement states:
    The parties agree that CVSA shall be given first preference to reserve the use of all soccer fields on Sundays for league and tournament play.




PERMIT NEEDED
FOR USE OF FIELD

SE REQUIRE
AUTORIZATION
PARA EL USO
DE LOS CAMPOS
DEPORTIVOS


Pictures of Bryan Park - Fields & Facilities

This sign is on Hermitage Rd / Lakeside Ave.

Entrance off Hermitage/Lakeside by I-95 overpass

Playground next to soccer fields

Public picnic areas located adjacent to the soccer fields

Progress as of 10/1/98, GRASS!!!

Progress as of 8/18/98, installation of sprinkler sys.

Progress as of 7/7/98, installation of sprinkler sys.



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