We are delighted to offer our soccer fields for community use. Whether you are planning a friendly match, team practice, or a special event, our facilities are perfect for soccer enthusiasts of all ages and skill levels.

How to Reserve a Field

Reserving a soccer field is simple and straightforward:

  1. Select the Soccer Field: You can select a field utilizing our interactive map or you can select from the list below.
  2. Select Your Date and Time: Choose your preferred date and time from the available options.
  3. Provide Your Details: Fill out the required information, including your contact details and any additional requests.
  4. Submit Your Booking: Confirm your reservation by submitting the form.

Important Information

  • Booking Confirmation: You will receive a confirmation email once your reservation is approved (Please check your spam folder). If there is a issue with your booking, staff will reach out to you.
  • Fee: Currently this is not a fee established but will change in the future.
  • Lighting: Lighting will not be available until a fee is established.
  • Cancellation Policy: Please notify us at least 24 hours in advance if you need to cancel or reschedule your booking.
  • Field Rules: To ensure a great experience for everyone, please adhere to our field usage guidelines and rules.

 

Interactive Map:


Daniels Field:

Daniels Fields Map


Lee Lake:

Lee Lake Map

Robinwood Park Joe Bares Soccer Complex:

Robinwood Park Joe Bares Soccer Complex Map

Virginia Fields at Veterans Park:

Virginia Field Map

Cancellation Guidelines for Athletic Fields

Play under wet conditions is a critical factor in maintaining the quality of our athletic fields. The City of Bartlesville, along with our youth athletic associations, adheres to the following cancellation policy:

The Parks & Recreation Department will not allow play under field moisture conditions that contribute to unsafe play or that would damage the fields and significantly lessen their safety and suitability for future play. No play is to take place when the soil moisture is so high that there is standing water, footing is unsure, or grass plants may be readily pulled up by play.

The Parks & Recreation Department makes a decision on whether to cancel or allow games two hours prior to the scheduled game times. If it should begin to rain within two hours of the game time or during a game, the referee or game official is responsible for making the cancellation. For special tournaments, such as district, state, regional, and national tournaments, the Parks & Recreation Turf Supervisor makes all cancellation decisions.

If teams continue to participate in either a game or practice after the decision to cancel has been made, the team(s) may be responsible for all damages to the field and all player liability. Failure to make restitution for field damages and/or repeated problems may result in the team(s) being prohibited from further participation or use of athletic fields.


Booked Soccer Field Calendar