United Sports

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United Sports
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Former names United Sports Training Center (1999–2009)
Location West Bradford Township, PA
Capacity 1,200 (Outdoor)
150 (Indoor)
Construction
Opened 1999
Renovated 2008
Construction cost $15 million
Tenants
Continental FC (USYSA)
Downingtown Rage (PIHA) (2004–05)
Philadelphia Pirates (WPSL) (2005)
Philadelphia Barrage (MLL) (2007)
Philadelphia Wings (NLL) (2005–08)1
Philadelphia Independence (WPS) (2009–11)1
Pennsylvania Rampage (PIHA) (2009–13)
(1: Training/exhibition home only)

United Sports (formerly known as United Sports Training Center[1]) is a multiple-use sports complex located in West Bradford Township, Pennsylvania. The indoor venue consists of one boarded court, two boarded turf fields, and a large field house. In addition, the outdoor venue consists of two turf fields and nine grass fields. The main turf stadium seats 1,200. United Sports' outdoor facility currently plays host to youth soccer club Continental FC (a merger of FC Delco and Spirit United). FC Delco produced players such as Ben Olsen, Jeff Parke, and Jeff Larentowicz, among others. United Sports previously hosted the practices and training camps of the Philadelphia Wings of the National Lacrosse League and the Philadelphia Independence of Women's Professional Soccer, and was formerly home to the Philadelphia Barrage of Major League Lacrosse, Philadelphia Pirates of the Women's Premier Soccer League, and the Downingtown Rage and Pennsylvania Rampage of the Professional Inline Hockey Association.

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Coordinates: 39°58′52″N 75°44′16″W / 39.9811°N 75.7379°W / 39.9811; -75.7379