Great Park Sports Facilities
Please note: The City of Irvine has taken several precautionary safety measures to help mitigate the spread of COVID-19 in our community. By emergency order, some indoor spaces, amenities, and athletic facilities at the Great Park may be closed or have modified access until further notice. This includes the Great Park Balloon, Carousel, Visitors Center, Artist Studios, playgrounds, and Sports Complex (including all athletic fields, basketball courts, and stadiums). The Irvine City Council and City staff offer our sincere apologies for this inconvenience.
The Great Park Gallery and Hangar 244 are closed until further notice effective July 1, in accordance with state guidance from the California Department of Public Health. For more information, see the California Department of Public Health's press release here.
Irvine outdoor park spaces remain open for passive use, and tennis and pickleball courts have been reopened. The Farm + Food Lab has now reopened, and visitors are required to wear facial coverings and practice social distancing. The Sports Complex is now open for professional sporting activities, without fans in attendance. Learn more at the City Facility Updates webpage.
At the Orange County Great Park, all-new amenities for tennis, volleyball, soccer, baseball, softball, and more are now open. The brand new Baseball & Softball Complex opened September 16, and on June 15, an additional 48 acres of amenities at the Great Park Sports Complex opened to the community, featuring basketball courts and more soccer fields. They add to the mix of 53 acres opened in August 2017 as part of the developing Sports Complex that enhances the Great Park's 1,300 acres. From the whimsical playground to the 25 tennis courts and Championship Soccer Stadium, the Sports Complex is sure to become Orange County’s premier recreation destination.
Great Park Ice is operated independently on property leased from the City and is a part of a public-private partnership with the Irvine Ice Foundation. The 280,000-square-foot ice facility serves as the training facility for the Anaheim Ducks National Hockey League team, features four indoor ice rinks, and offers public ice sports programming and activities. Learn more here.