Map and Directions

CLCF Soccer plays at the Senator John Chafee Sports & Recreation Complex (also locally known as "Briggs") at 450 Hope Road in Cranston, just west of Hope Highlands Elementary. This city-owned sports facility features five full-size soccer fields (DeNuccio, Dorsey, Volunteers, Perra, and Tribelli), multiple clinic-sized fields, ample parking, and two concession stands. Other amenities at this facility include the Jaxon Marocco Memorial Playground, three baseball fields, two T-Ball fields, basketball and tennis courts, and approximately 1 mile of walking track. For more information on this facility and others information about Cranston Parks & Recreation click here.

 For the safety and comfort of our players and families, please leave pets at home.

 

DeNuccio Field - Among the back three fields, and located in front of the snack bar, DeNuccio is designated as DE1, DE2, DE3, and DE4 for our Developmental Program; and CL17 for Select & Academy.

Dorsey Field - Among the back three fields, and located in the right corner, Dorsey is designated as DO1 & DO2 for our Developmental Program.

U-Littles - Located on the hill behind Dorsey field, there are multiple smaller-sized fields for our Instructional U-Littles program.

Volunteers Field - Among the back three fields and located behind the storage containers, Volunteers is designated as VOL1 and VOL2 for our Developmental Program; and CL19 for Select & Academy.

Perra Field - Among the front two fields, and located in front of the snack bar. This field is designated CL08 and or CL18 for Select & Academy.

Tribelli Field - Among the front two fields and located behind Perra Field. This field is designated CL10 and CL12 for Select & Academy.

 

Directions

GPS: 450 Hope Rd Cranston, RI

From route 95/295 North/South, go to Route 37 West Cranston. End of 37 West take a left onto Natick Ave. 1st light take a right, 1st stop sign take a right (Wilbur Ave), Next stop sign go straight onto Hope Road. Chafee Sports Complex is about 1 mile on left.

Links

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