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Located on 600 acres in Blaine, the National Sports Center, Blaine is the world's largest amateur sports facility. With 52 fields, the Guinness Book of Records has recognized the NSC as the world's largest soccer complex. The fields are also available and used for rugby, lacrosse, ultimate disc, flag football, field hockey and other field events and sporting competitions.
The Schwan Super Rink is the world's largest ice arena complex with eight (8) sheets of ice under one roof. The Schwan Super Rink has been the official home and training site of USA Hockey's Women's Olympic Hockey Team.
The NSC Stars professional soccer team plays in the 8,500 seat stadium, which is also used for tournament field games, opening ceremonies, and community events. The NSC (indoor) Sports Hall has field turf and 58,000 square feet for indoor sporting events and training. Victory Links is an 18 hole links-style golf course that plays to 7,092 yards. The NSC Velodrome is 250-meters of pure adrenaline and features weekly racing. Pitched 42-degrees in the corners, our all-wood cycling velodrome features some of the most exciting action on campus.
Some of the major events hosted at the facility include the Schwan USA Cup youth soccer tournament, which is the largest event of its kind in North America, the Women’s World Hockey Championship, North American Hockey League Showcase Tournament, AARP Senior Hockey Championship, ISI World Figure Skating Championships, Schwan Cup High School Hockey Tournament, US National Sport Track Speedskating Championship, World Broomball Championship, USA International Hockey Tournament, Stick-It to Cancer Women and Girls Tournament, Walleye Chop Adult Tournament, and the All-American Girls Hockey Tournament.