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Jackson Planning Board Approves Trophy Park - February 5, 2019

At its February 4, 2019 meeting the Jackson Planning Board approved Trophy Park’s General Development Plan.  The next step for the project is for Trophy Park to submit a site plan.

European Youth Soccer Reps Interested in Trophy Park - January 30, 2019

The news about Trophy Park and the plans for making it a hub for youth sports tournaments, camps and events is drawing international interest as well. Recently representatives from three major European sports organizations expressed interest in competing at Trophy Park.

“We would certainly be interested in attending a tournament at the Trophy Park facility. It appears to be developing all of the components that would interest Huddersfield Town in participating in a high level tournament in the USA.” Lee Bromby, Huddersfield Town Youth Development Director

“Manchester United are always interested in attending high level international tournaments. Trophy Park appears to be an environment that would appeal to our academy teams. We look forward to attending a high level event once the complex is completed.” Hasney Aljofree, Man Utd U12 & U14 Head Coach

“With this type of multi-purpose sports facility in development, and the proximity to NYC and other major attractions close by, Trophy Park can provide a professional and multi-cultural experience that premier league academy and youth team players will enjoy and learn from. We will certainly be interested in exploring the potential of attending highly competitive top-class soccer events at Trophy Park in the future.” Stephen Torpey, Head of Youth Development at Manchester City

 

 

 

Trophy Park on Jackson Planning Board Agenda Dec 3 - November 30, 2018

The team from Trophy Park, a planned world-class, multi-purpose indoor and outdoor athletic complex in Jackson, NJ, will go before the Jackson Planning Board on Monday evening, Dec. 3 at 7.30 pm.

At the meeting, representatives from Trophy Park will outline plans for the one-of-a-kind youth sports facility that will be located on 200 acres in Jackson and will become the “Youth Sports Capital of the East Coast.”

With the Youth Sports Industry currently valued at $15 billion and growing and 45 million children playing organized sports nationally, Trophy Park is designed to capture a percentage of that market and lure young athletes and their families to New Jersey in order to compete in tournament play.

Trophy Park plans to open in early 2020.

Plans for Trophy Park Submitted to Jackson, NJ Planning Board - October 10, 2018

Jackson, NJ – Plans for Trophy Park, a planned world-class, multi-purpose indoor and outdoor athletic complex, have been submitted to the Jackson, NJ Planning Board for review.

With the Youth Sports Industry currently valued at $15 billion and growing and 45 million children playing organized sports nationally, Trophy Park is designed to capture a percentage of that market and lure young athletes and their families to New Jersey in order to compete.

Trophy Park plans to open in early 2020.