In 1991, the Club began assessing field development fees each season. By spring 1995, enough money had been raised for a down payment and the Club purchased a 100-acre-parcel just north of Fort Collins and west of Interstate 25.
Plans for the Complex, which include 22 high-quality fields (four lighted), a stadium field and a clubhouse, were approved by Larimer County in 1997. The plans called for development in three separate phases. Phase 1, which includes 33 acres supporting 10 fields of turf, opened in 2001. In 2003 construction on Phase 2 began. In fall 2005 the Club began fully utilizing Phase 2. Currently the club rotates fields between Phase 1 and Phase 2.
In June 2010 the fields at the Fort Collins Soccer Complex were dedicated to the Minatta family in recognition of their outstanding service to the club for over 25 years. Also in the summer of 2010 significant improvements were made to the entrances and parking at the Complex.
As the community continues to thrive and grow, it is important that the quality of youth and adult sports and recreation programs keeps pace. The FCSC is proud of its positive impact on the quality of life in Fort Collins. With your support, the Complex will continue to enhance the community for years to come. To become a Fort Collins Soccer Complex sponsor, to make a donation or for additional information contact the Club at (970)226-4253.