Springfield Stadium opened in 1997 to provide a superb football pitch with grandstand and seating for 960, and a total viewing capacity of 7,000.
Opened in 1997, and built to host the Island Games, it has one of the best football pitches in the British Isles (and the awards to prove it). There is grandstand seating for 1,000 spectators, with a total viewing capacity of 7,000.
In addition, Springfield has an impressive sports hall enabling netball, 5-a-side football, basketball, short tennis and badminton to be played. There is also a gymnasium on the ground floor fitted with the latest cardiovascular and fitness equipment.
New 3G pitch laid for the Natwest Island Games with funding from both the States of Jersey and the Football Foundation. It is the main football stadium in Jersey with a grandstand for nearly 1,000 spectators. It has changing facilities for players and officials and a café and bar for spectators. It also holds the main office for the Jersey FA. The pitch is 100 metres x 64 metres.