Central Islip $12M soccer complex construction gets started

Central Islip $12M soccer complex construction gets started

Carleton Avenue complex is to include lighted outdoor artificial turf fields, fieldhouse, classroom, food court, officials say.

It’s official: SUSA has broken ground on its long-anticipated soccer complex in Central Islip.

SUSA Soccer this month revealed plans for the $12 million Phase 1 of the new SUSA Sports Complex, which will be the hub for the company’s Long Island operations.

“Our vision is to create an elite platform for player developments with state of the art facilities across Long Island with an accredited and dedicated coaching staff,” Moussa Sy, SUSA president and director of coaching, said in a statement.

Company officials said the first phase was “a major steppingstone” that would include construction of four lighted outdoor artificial turf fields, and a field house with locker rooms, office and classroom space, a trainer’s room and restrooms…

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By Valerie Bauman
valerie.bauman@newsday.com
@valeriereports
Updated October 30, 2017 3:15 PM

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