List of Women's Professional Soccer stadiums

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The following is a list of Women's Professional Soccer stadiums including past, present, and future stadiums. Included are the stadium names, dates of occupation, occupant, date of opening and location:

Stadiums in bold type are those either currently in use by existing teams or the last stadiums used by defunct teams.

Women's Professional Soccer Stadiums
Team
(former names)
Stadium
(former names)
Years Used Capacity Opened City
Atlanta Beat Kennesaw State University Soccer Stadium 2010- 8,300 2010 Kennesaw, Georgia
Boston Breakers Harvard Stadium 2009-2011 30,323 1903 Boston, Massachusetts
Philadelphia Independence John A. Farrell Stadium 2010 7,500  ? West Chester, Pennsylvania
Leslie Quick Stadium 2011- 4,000+ 1994 Chester, Pennsylvania
PPL Park
(Playoff games)
2011- 18,500 2010 Chester, Pennsylvania
Sky Blue FC TD Bank Ballpark
(first two home games)
Commerce Bank Ballpark (2000–2008)
Somerset Ballpark (1999–2000)
2009 6,100 1999 Bridgewater Township, New Jersey
Yurcak Field 2009- 5,000 1994 Piscataway Township, New Jersey
magicJack
Washington Freedom (2009-2010)
Maryland SoccerPlex 2009-2010 5,126 2000 Boyds, Maryland
RFK Stadium
(Select games)
2009-2010 45,600 1959 Washington, D.C.
FAU Soccer Field 2011- 1,200  ? Boca Raton, Florida
Western New York Flash Sahlen's Stadium
Marina Auto Stadium (2009–2010)
PAETEC Park (2006–2008)
Rochester Rhinos Stadium (2008–2009)
2011 13,768 2006 Rochester, New York
Defunct Teams Stadiums
Team
(former names)
Stadium
(former names)
Years Used Capacity Opened City
Chicago Red Stars Toyota Park 2009-2010 20,000 2006 Bridgeview, Illinois
FC Gold Pride Buck Shaw Stadium 2009 10,300 1962 Santa Clara, California
Castro Valley High School Athletic Stadium
(first four home games)
2010 4,500 2007 Castro Valley, California
Pioneer Stadium 2010 5,000 1964 Hayward, California
Los Angeles Sol The Home Depot Center 2009 27,000 2003 Carson, California
Saint Louis Athletica Ralph Korte Stadium 2009 5,000 1994 Edwardsville, Illinois
Robert R. Hermann Stadium
(one game)
2009 6,050 1999 St. Louis, Missouri
Anheuser-Busch Center
St. Louis Soccer Park (1982-1996)
2009-10 6,200 1982 Fenton, Missouri

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