Soccer Fields

Soccer Fields

Field Location & Status

Central Valley San Jose Youth Soccer works together with the City of San Jose, City of Campbell, San Jose Unified School District, Cambrian School District, Campbell Union School District, and the Campbell Union High School District in order to support our community and to make our league a safe & healthy place for our youth soccer players.



As of 02:50 pm PST, Mar 22

Booksin Elementary  |  1590 Dry Creek Road, San Jose, CA 95125

Del Monte Park  |  806 W Home St., San Jose, CA 95126

Fammatre Elementary  |  2800 New Jersey Ave, San Jose, CA 95124

Hacienda Elementary  |  1290 Kimberly Dr, San Jose, CA 95118

John Mise Park  |  594 Park Meadow Dr., San Jose, CA 95129 

John Muir Middle  |  1260 Branham Ln., San Jose, CA 95118

Leland High School  |  6677 Camden Ave, San Jose, CA 95120

Price Middle  |  2650 New Jersey Ave., San Jose, CA 95124 

Reed Elementary  |  1524 Jacob Ave, San Jose, CA 95118 

Ramac Park  |  Charlotte Dr, San Jose, CA 95123

San Jose City College  |  Leigh Avenue & Kingman Ave., San Jose, CA 95128

Schallenberger Elementary  |  1280 Koch Ln., San Jose, CA 95125

Vista Montana Park  |  4041 N First St, San Jose, CA 95134

Willow Glen Middle  |  2105 Cottle Ave., San Jose, CA 95125



As of 02:50 pm PST, Mar 22




Protecting soccer fields from damage after wet weather conditions is crucial to ensure the longevity and safety of the playing surface, and to provide a quality playing experience for athletes. By signing up on RainedOut, you can stay informed about field status and closures, helping to prevent unnecessary damage and ensure that the field remains in top condition for everyone to enjoy.



As a general practice, team managers should confirm the game time and location with their opponents a few days before the match. Games are typically played regardless of the weather, unless the fields are closed. If the Home game field is closed, this information will be posted on our website early in the morning, usually by 7am. However, the rules and decisions regarding Away games are dependent on the policies of the away club, so it's important to communicate with them first before informing your team of the game status.




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Please remember to leave your pets at home for practices and games, as no pets are allowed on our fields.
It's our goal to make your soccer season as safe as possible for you, your family, and to follow our field permit policies. That's why on practice and game days, we ask for you to leave your beloved pet at home.

To observe all laws, signs and regulations applicable to the premises which includes:

  • Smoking and the use of tobacco products are prohibited anywhere on property.
  • Alcoholic beverages are prohibited anywhere on property.
  • Vehicles are permitted in designated parking spaces only.
  • No animals, including dogs, are allowed on school property.
  • Intoxicants, narcotics, profane language, quarrelling, and fighting are sufficient causes for denying future use of facilities.
  • All litter must be deposited into trash receptacles, where provided, or removed from the premises. 



Field Setup & Re-lining Instructions

Field Setup & Re-lining Instructions

It is imperative that these procedures are followed exactly to ensure that ALL teams using these fields enjoy the following

  • Fields properly marked for players and referees
  • Goals, nets and corner flags properly set-up
  • Equipment properly stored away after last game
  • Garbage picked-up so the league can continue using the fields


  • The 1st home team of the day is responsible for field set-up
  • The last home team of the day is responsible for takedown
  • The 1st visiting team of the day is responsible for lining the field.
  • Every team is responsible for field clean up

If everyone follows these simple procedures everyone will have a very rewarding and fun soccer season!
Coaches: remember to get parents to help with set-up, takedown, cleanup and field marking:


Field Lining

Thank you very much for volunteering to help re-line our fields! This can be done Thursday or Friday. Please refer to the re-lining schedule for specific times we are allowed on the field and any other restrictions. It’s OK to line if there are soccer teams practicing – your efforts take priority!!

Each field has a lock box on the grounds that stores our lining equipment (codes listed below). It looks like a large metal foot locker or steamer trunk. The field liner is in two pieces in that box. It needs to be put together, with the wheeled piece as the base and the handle secured into the opening. Make sure to use the bolt to set the handle at the highest level (the top hole), creating a wider line when painting.

There should be ample paint in the boxes as well. Place a box of paint on the liner. You will likely need 6-8 cans to complete the field. Shake two cans well, until you hear the balls rattling freely (usually about 20 seconds). Take the lids off and place them upside down in the opening.  Make sure to properly align the nozzle with the hole. 

Place the metal bar over the top of the front paint can. The bar closer to the handle goes under the front bar (in the middle section) and the notched side goes under the bar that runs up to the handle. You are now ready to paint. If both cans don’t spray when you pull the handle, you might have to push down on the front can while lifting the handle to get started. You also might need to clear a clog off the nozzle and/or clear built up paint on the liner (bolts work well for this).
You will then follow the lines already in place for the fields you are lining. Don't forget the penalty and goal boxes, center line and circle and the build-out line for the 7v7 fields. 

TIP: If the lines are faint, use the corner flags as a guide to keep your lines straight.

Bonus points to those that want to be environmentally responsible by taking the empty cans home for recycling. You can put into your personal recycling container. Empty paint cans are allowed, as are empty aerosol cans (link to SJ City Recycling Website). Do NOT dispose of empty cans at the field; put them back in the storage box if you can’t take them with you.