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Welcome to St. Mary's Soccer Complex!
As a reminder, the small field has closed for the 2024 season on July 1st for grass work.
Please stay off the small field after July 1st to allow the new grass seed to properly root.  
 

All field and facility use MUST be reserved with us in advance. 

If your soccer group is interested in using the fields during the 2024 soccer season please contact us for more information. 

All reserved times are visible on the field calendars.

We are located at N3626 Pine Mountain Rd in Iron Mountain, MI.

Please send any mail to the church address, we do not receive mail at the soccer complex. 

Please visit our soccer complex website St. Mary's Soccer Complex for much more information!

The soccer complex runs on donations and volunteers. Your support is greatly appreciated! If you wish to make a donation to the soccer complex you can either use the green GIVE button below (just select "soccer complex" in the pull down menu in the donation program) or you can send a check made out to 'St. Mary's Soccer Complex' to St. Mary Church 311 West D Street  Iron Mountain, MI 49801.

Donations to the field are used to help offset field maintenence expenses. 

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Facility Rules

The following guidelines have been developed for the safety and comfort of the children and families that use our facility.

Thank you in advance for your cooperation in maintaing a positive, family atmosphere for all the children in attendance.

  • All events must be scheduled in advance with St. Mary's.
  • All in attendance are expected to be respectful of the event officials, coaches, players, spectators and volunteers. 
  • The field and facility opens and closes based on the scheduled events of the day. 
  • Please dispose of all trash and recycling in the proper containers. 
  • No smoking or vaping on the soccer complex property.
  • No alcohol on the soccer complex property.
  • Please leave your pets at home.
  • Please keep all glass containers off the playing surface. 

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