A sport grows in Brooklyn.
Socceroof, a new indoor soccer facility, is officially opening its doors on November 1 in Brooklyn. The Sunset Park location is equipped with 10 newly created fields, for five-on-five or even seven-on-seven competitions. The location includes changing rooms, high-end sports bar, multiple big-screen TVs and scenic, roof-top, unobstructed panoramic waterfront views of Manhattan.
Open 24/7 in the Whale Building, which once housed a torpedo assembly factory, the 70,000 square-foot warehouse facility has soccer-themes all over to reinforce its commitment to making the sport fun. The entrance features a multi-team spread of several international jerseys/players, and fact wall. The striking fields are even named after Brooklyn neighborhoods (DUMBO, Flatbush, Prospect Park, Red Hook), bringing the community aspect home even stronger.
Jonathan Lupinelli, Socceroof general manager, says, “We are so proud to be in this community, providing an exciting, fresh place for all to enjoy. Soccer is the sport for everyone. There is no better environment to see smiling, happy faces than on a soccer pitch.”