The Emmanuel Sannon Soccer Park is the perfect stadium to be the home of our league. It is located right in the heart of Little Haiti. The significance of the name Sanon, for whom the stadium was named after in the soccer community nearly matches that of L’Ouverture. Emmanuel Sanon was the greatest athlete in the history of Haiti and the symbol of Haitian soccer. Sanon was our David that defeated the legendary Dino Zoff of Italy during the 1974 World Cup, an unexpected feat. Sanon is the ideal name for the place that fills the community with pride and players with a sense of what can be achieved.
The soccer facility built in 2008 with a cost of $37million sits on roughly 15 acres. The stadium is partially roof covered with bleacher seating for about a thousands fans, has a press box, concession, and bathrooms.