Ultimate Soccer Arenas

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Ultimate Soccer Arenas
Location 867 South Blvd.
Pontiac, Michigan
Owner Ultimate Soccer Arenas, Inc.
Operator Ultimate Soccer Arenas, Inc.
Capacity 5,000
Surface AstroTurf GameDay XPE
Opened 2008
Construction cost US$ 13 million (not including the price of the land)[1]
Michigan Bucks (PDL) (2008–Present)
Detroit Mechanix (AUDL) (2012–2015)

Coordinates: 42°37′16″N 83°15′15″W / 42.62111°N 83.25417°W / 42.62111; -83.25417 Ultimate Soccer Arenas is an indoor soccer-specific stadium in Pontiac, Michigan. The facility is one of the largest fully enclosed full-size association football arenas in the United States. It features two AstroTurf pitches: one is a full-size 110x75-yard pitch with a 5,000-seat stadium, while the other is an 85x47-yard pitch.

It has 1,650 permanent seating, a full-service restaurant, a full-service coffee shop and mezzanine level.[1] The ceiling is 72 feet (21 m) tall.[1]

The facility is the home of the Michigan Bucks of the USL Premier Development League, a minor-league affiliate of the Columbus Crew of Major League Soccer. The Detroit Mechanix of the American Ultimate Disc League use the facility as well.


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