March 11, 2019 / Los Angeles
Los Angeles is loaded with places to play indoor soccer, but (honestly) who has the time to go through and research them all?
Well, we do!
There’s plenty of places with varying levels of luxury, so take a gander below and see what you like. Check out our list of where to play indoor soccer in Los Angeles below!
This Central Los Angeles indoor soccer facility offers a Youth Soccer League, Adult Soccer League, and pick-up games. If you're someone looking for casual play, this is a great choice. The facility is right off the Santa Monica Freeway, so it's plenty accessible.
Hours of operation make it easy to play (3pm-12am weekdays, 8am-12am weekends).
There are warehouses that happen to have indoor soccer games, and then there’s UrbanFutsal LA — this is a premium-grade warehouse facility dedicated to all things futsal. Beautiful urban art on the walls, two full futsal courts, and a DJ booth make UrbanFutsal LA the place to go.
They offer weekly meetup pick-up games, soccer training courses, and league play. On top of that, a killer sound system and lighting setup make UrbanFutsal LA a landmark in the California indoor soccer scene.
If you’re looking for indoor Bubble Soccer, this may be the place for you. Perfect for birthday parties (and always offering discounts on Groupon, it seems), Indoor Soccer Center is a great place for anyone wanting to let off a little steam. Watch out for the lack of air conditioning though, as those bubble ball suits get pretty hot.
Couple all that with some awesome staff and you can see why a visit to this facility won’t go amiss.
Urban Soccer 5 Center is big. Really, really big. It’s easily the largest of the Gateway Cities indoor soccer facilities, and that’s saying a lot!
It has ten outdoor fields made with artificial turf, LED lighting, and a clubhouse that would put some FIFA teams to shame. Amenities include locker rooms, televisions, a sports cafe, a French-styled breakfast and lunch cafe, and free wifi.
Even better, the fields have HD cameras. Record and watch your plays — this unique feature makes Urban Soccer 5 Center something of a dream-come-true.
Urban Soccer 5 Center also offers futsal soccer leagues for adults and an ‘Academy’ soccer camp for youths.
Goals Soccer Center has it all, and it’s worth the price tag. Enjoy multiple turf fields, an indoor restaurant/sports bar, and an excellent family atmosphere.
The sports store is pricey (of course), but that’s to be expected. It’s pretty clean given the foot traffic and the management offer everything you need. Field rentals, pick-up game support, and plenty of birthday party packages are all on the table!
This outdoor futsal park is located in the city of Bell. It’s pretty great — owned and operated by the City, it offers free balls and equipment rentals.
Bleachers along the side make it easy to watch the games as well! There are no extraneous facilities (it’s literally a futsal field with lights), but the quality is there.
It’s an excellent option for anyone looking for a futsal field in the general Bell area. Bring your friends and set up your own pick-up games, though, because it’s quite difficult to get information from the city.
Orange County isn’t without its own host of awesome indoor soccer facilities. Outbreak Soccer Centers is that special place that lets you play without any fuss. Walk in the doors and you can be in a match in under five minutes — that’s a big plus.
They offer field rentals, adult and youth leagues, and plenty of training opportunities. Classes in everything from Ball Mastery to Coerver Fundamentals make Outbreak Soccer Centers a real gem.
Nightly pick-up sessions mean you have plenty of opportunities to play, and did we mention the first session is free? Not too shabby.
Arena Soccer Parks is a low-cost option for people looking for a soccer field in the Garden Grove area. Don’t expect much in terms of facilities — it’s pretty much a field and some lights — but it does have everything you need to play. Benches, water fountains, and a snack bar/restaurant makes this little facility a perfect fit for locals.
On top of that, Arena Soccer Parks offers competitive league games every day of the week and you’re able to rent the field for your own matches if need be.
This state-of-the-art soccer training facility focuses on producing better soccer players. Training classes, development programs, and top-tier coaching are all within!
Nightly pick-up games and superbly-talented coaching staff make the Deft Touch Soccer Center an excellent place for all things soccer. There’s a handful of different party packages (yes, including a glow-in-the-dark theme) to keep the kids entertained as well.
Deft Touch has worked with two professional soccer players — Jonathan Bornstein and Kevin Venegas — so there’s plenty of street cred here.
This fantastic San Fernando indoor soccer facility hosts a wide range of youth soccer activities. A great-looking indoor field makes Woodland Hills Indoor Soccer shine when it comes to the kids. Soccer development programs and soccer-themed birthday parties are available (and yes, they have soccer ball-shaped cakes).
Woodland Hills also offers pickup soccer games for all age ranges. Check it out!
A shiny cerulean floor and an eye-popping blue and orange color scheme makes Northridge Futsal stand out from the competition. No AstroTurf in sight — this is a facility made with futsal in mind. Friday and Saturday nights play host to indoor soccer pick-up games.
Northridge also hosts birthday parties for the kids.
Even better, the pick-up games are always staffed by a legitimate referee.
This outdoor turf field everything you need: league play, party hosting packages, a locker room, and even a sound system to add some tunes to your game. The prices are very agreeable as well!
On top of that, Chatsworth Arena Soccer League offers early morning games (outdoor flood lights work great!) starting at 5:30. There’s a place to shower as well.
It’s not the most glamorous place, but it’s got everything you need for a game of pick-up soccer.
The big selling point of the Juke Indoor Soccer Training Facility is the coach. Coach Tony is passionate about teaching, great with children, and loves soccer to a scary level. The facility boasts quality AstroTurf, plenty of lighting, and the usual necessary amenities.
Weekly pick-up games and a range of classes for players of all skill levels make Juke Indoor Soccer Training Facility a treat to visit. They also host birthday parties and soccer camps!
Professional, clean, and really, really yellow (seriously, look at the pictures), Futsall4all is all you could ask for in an indoor soccer facility. A well-maintained field, televisions with games on, drinks and snacks for sale...what’s not to love?
Like most indoor soccer facilities, Futsall4all offers hosting for birthday parties. The ambiance may be a little lacking for the younger kids (it’s a professional facility), but once the balls start flying, everything tends to work out.
And, of course, it’s got padded walls — both for wild plays and to not bother the neighbors!
This charming little indoor soccer field located in the San Gabriel Valley has everything you can imagine: artificial turf, plenty of international flags, and enough equipment to make anyone happy. Keep your expectations to a minimum though — it’s a field, and that’s about it. It’s not rich on amenities, but you’re looking to play indoor soccer, not go to Disneyland.
Brand-spanking new and equipped with fresh AstroTurf, Evolve Soccer has it all. Youth and adult soccer training programs, soccer training camps, pick-up games (both adult and youth), league play, and more are all on the table.
Evolve Soccer prides itself on its ‘Evolve Intercity Tournament’, an indoor soccer competition open to 8 regional teams throughout Los Angeles. On top of that, the facility has a real knack for training classes — classes cover every age and skill level group.
And just when you thought the list had finished with warehouse-style indoor soccer mentions, we’re back with another one!
Los Angeles Futsal League Center is exactly that. A warehouse, a synthetic floor, and that’s about it. It also has lights.
There’s daily support for futsal, and the facility caters to all age groups and skill levels.
South Bay comes out swinging hard when it comes to indoor soccer — this part of Los Angeles has two huge heavy hitters. First up is the LA Galaxy Soccer Center. The name alone should tell you it’s worth visiting. It’s well-maintained, has a wide range of services (training classes for all ages and pick-up game support for adults), and there’s even a snack bar.
If there’s one thing the LA Galaxy Soccer Center does well, it’s the training classes. Their ‘Galaxy Juniors’ program is a great way to introduce children to the game in a stress-free environment. On top of that, the 9-Week Training Program is open for ages 8-12.
And, of course, you get free LA Galaxy Soccer Center t-shirts if you take a class. Not bad!
Nearly a decade old, Intaktics Indoor Soccer is a wonderful place with a passionate owner. Intaktics Indoor Soccer hosts men’s, women’s, and co-ed soccer leagues.
There's a soccer apparel store to boot, and, best of all, glow-in-the-dark soccer parties.
Sure, you can go for the regular pick-up and league games, but the real winner is the glow-in-the-dark soccer matches. The staff hand out reflective and glow-in-the-dark jerseys to each team — you can imagine the rest.
This charity-orientated, co-ed sports league is perfect for anyone looking for indoor soccer in the Westside Cities area of Los Angeles. Held at the Venice Boys and Girls Club, ZogSports offers a 4-on-4 co-ed (one member must be female) indoor soccer league.
Friendly staff, great facilities, and plenty of play time make ZogSports an excellent choice for anyone in the area! The 4-on-4 co-ed action is a rarity in a game dominated by five-on-five or bigger — the intensity of small-field soccer is hard to beat!
There’s plenty of options, that’s for sure. In the end, it depends on how much cash you’re willing to spend — a more expensive facility like LA Galaxy Soccer Center or Urban Soccer 5 may be worth the money. On the other hand, there’s plenty of lower-cost alternatives that may work best for you. Choose wisely!
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