Discover our state-of-the-art indoor sports facility and event space with the latest in turf technology, 52 foot ceilings and premium amenities

Green Features

Players Paradise was also constructed with the environment in mind and we have introduced green concepts into the structure such as:
The large insulated windows on the North, East and South side of the building allow copious amounts of daylight into the facility giving you as much natural light to play under as possible. This not only saves energy by reducing the need to have the lights on, but gives you a greater feeling of being outside.
A 10,000 gallon tank has been buried under the parking lot with a collection system in place to gather rain water and recycle it throughout the facilities toilets. 
The rubber infill turf system is actually constructed from recycled tires that have been broken down, cryogenically frozen, and manufactured into the latest of turf technology.
In the Fall of 2016, the entire Facility went through a lighting retrofit where all indoor and outdoor lights were replaced with an LED and energy-saving induction lighting system resulting in 279,961 kWh saved annually.
Did you know?
Players Paradise was built to the highest standard of building codes and has been classified as a 'Building of Importance', meaning it can actually be used to house residents in the unlikely occurrence of a natural disaster such as hurricane, tornado or flood!



The Canadian Indoor Turf Facilities Alliance is the first and only organization representing the interests of indoor sports facility owners/operators across Canada.


The Ontario Soccer Association was founded in 1901 and is one of the oldest and largest sport organizations in Canada. The Association is made up of 21 District Offices and several Associate Members namely regional and provincial leagues.