Check the AB Youth Soccer FACEBOOK FEED on our HOMEPAGE for the latest field status updates. The Facebook feed will be the only source of updated Field status.
Rain Policy for Acton - Boxborough playing fields. If the ground is saturated or there is standing water on the field then it is not open, saturation is when you step on the field and water seeps up into your footprint, like a sponge. If this is the case, please stay off the field.
PLEASE NOTE: This Web page will NOT be updated daily. See the ABYS Facebook feed.
|Concord Road||Open||Check homepage Facebook feed for daily updates|
|Elm Street||Closed||Soccer no longer played here|
|Fifer's Field (Cisco)||Open||Check homepage Facebook feed for daily updates|
|Flerra Field||Open||Check homepage Facebook feed for daily updates|
|Great Hill||Open||Check homepage Facebook feed for daily updates|
|Leary Field||Open||See use rules below|
|Liberty Field||Open (8 vs. 8 only)||Check homepage Facebook feed for daily updates|
|Little Great Hill||Closed||Soccer no longer played here|
|Open only by special permit
(No Parking on Haywood Road!) Parking only next to the High School and in Lower Fields lot
|See use rules below|
|NARA Park||Open||Check homepage Facebook feed for daily updates|
|School Street||Open||The right hand side as viewed from parking|
|School Street Ext.||Open||The left hand side as viewed from parking|
|Ripley Field or Rideout Field in Concord||Visit www.ccysoccer.org The announcement appears at the top of the page (Click on Field Maps for directions)|
When using the playing surface at Leary Field or the Lower Fields at ABRHS.
Please observe the following rules:
1) No chewing gum, sunflower seeds, shelled nuts or tobacco products allowed
2) No food, or drink other than water
3) No glass containers of any kind
4) The use of roller blades, skateboards, bicycles or mopeds is strictly prohibited
5) No metal cleats or spikes, or plastic cleats longer than 1/2” allowed
6) No tents, tarps, structures or objects which will or may foreseeably cause the penetration of the synthetic surface