Compass Minerals National Performance Center


Sporting Club, United States Soccer Federation, Children’s Mercy Hospital


Construction Cost:
$48 million

Completion Date:
Spring 2018

Project Size:
80,000 SF

Compass Minerals National Performance Center

Kansas City

One of U.S. Soccer’s key strategic initiatives is the development of players and coaches of all ages. This state-of-the-art complex was developed in order to allow them to improve their coaching education programming and continue to move the sport forward in the United States. The facility is the result of a unique collaboration between a professional sports team, a national sports federation and a nationally renowned sports medicine provider.

The facility features five professional outdoor soccer fields, a fully-wired coaching pavilion, classrooms, a cafeteria, an auditorium. Other amenitites include locker rooms for Sporting Kansas City and U.S. Soccer, two hydrotherapy suites, a human analysis lab, a sports performance lab, a sports performance gymnasium, and a radiology center. Utilizing its partnership with Children’s Mercy Hospital, the facility is also home to Children’s Mercy Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation Center. The center offers a full range of sports medicine services, resources and programming for youth athletes in all sports.