XL Soccer World Announces New Complex in Lake Nona
Orlando, Fla. (Sept. 19, 2018) – Lake Nona, Tavistock Development Company’s award-winning, master-planned community in southeast Orlando, officially announced today that XL Soccer World will open a new 50,000-square-foot, indoor athletic complex. The facility is scheduled to break ground before the end of the year with an anticipated opening in summer 2019.
“As a Lake Nona resident and parent, I am so excited to bring our first-class facilities to our active community and to better serve south Orlando,” said XL Soccer World CEO Ciaran McArdle. “Our fully air-conditioned fields are ideal for year-round play away from the heat and rain. We offer different leagues, programs, and pick-up opportunities for both children and adults, there is something for players of all ages”
The new complex will be located off Narcoossee Road less than one mile south of SR 417 near Valencia Community College’s Lake Nona campus and Lake Nona Landing shopping center. The facility will feature two, six-versus-six 4G boarded turf fields and two multi-surface fields. In addition to soccer, the fields can also be used to play Futsal, lacrosse, flag football, and volleyball.
This marks the second XL Soccer World location in Orlando and the ninth in the U.S. When visitors are off the field, they can enjoy a break in the soccer-themed pub outfitted with 20 large-screen TVs airing the day’s best domestic and international soccer games. The fields and soccer pub are also available for rentals and birthday parties.
XL Soccer World’s child and adult leagues are open throughout the year. Youth developmental programs are available for children ages 2-14 led by professional XL coaching staff. Adult leagues include co-ed, men’s, women’s, over 30, and over 40 groups. Pick-up times will also be available.
XL Soccer World joins Lake Nona’s growing Sports & Performance District including the 100-court USTA National Campus, flagship location of Drive Shack, and soon-to-open watersports venue, Nona Adventure Park.
For more information, please visit xlsoccerworldorlando.com.
ABOUT LAKE NONA
Orlando’s Lake Nona is one of the fastest-growing communities in America with more than 10 million square feet of world-class residential and commercial facilities. Adjacent to Orlando International Airport, the large-scale, master-designed community is home to thoughtfully designed neighborhoods, world-class education facilities, a Health & Life Sciences Cluster, a Sports & Performance District highlighted by USTA’s Home of American Tennis – the largest tennis facility in the world, diverse work spaces, recreational facilities, retail centers, and entertainment venues encompassing the best Orlando has to offer with all the conveniences of a dynamic, vibrant community. Driven by a long-term vision, Lake Nona is committed to building an innovative community that inspires human potential whilst being focused on sustainable design, healthy living, and groundbreaking gigabit fiber optic technology. A smart and connected community, Lake Nona is wired for the future, providing a no-limits foundation for individuals and companies to thrive. For more information, visit www.lakenona.com
ABOUT TAVISTOCK DEVELOPMENT CO.
Tavistock Development Company is a diversified real estate firm owned by Tavistock Group specializing in planning, design, finance, construction and development. Tavistock Development Company’s real estate portfolio is highlighted by the large-scale, master-planned community Lake Nona in Orlando, Florida, in addition to its infrastructure network, residential, office and retail development and medical and educational institutions. For more information, visit www.tavistockdevelopment.com
ABOUT XL SPORTS
XL Sports is privately held company specializing in sports experiences. Encompassing a sports travel company XL Sports Tours and both the XL Sports World and XL Soccer World indoor sports facility brands, XL has been immersing participants into high end soccer experiences for almost 20 years. XL’s mission is for both individuals and teams, young and old, to “never stop playing.”