Round Rock’s latest addition to their arsenal of sports venues is the Multipurpose Complex at Old Settlers Park at Palm Valley. This venue will provide the city with the ability to host world-class sports tournaments, such as soccer and lacrosse, and further strengthen their claim as “The Sports Capital of Texas.”

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The City of Round Rock chose Schrickel Rollins/PSC as the prime consultant for developing the multipurpose athletic complex. The complex includes high-quality playing fields, large parking areas, a strong visual identity, clear wayfinding, and spectator amenities such as gathering spaces, convenient restroom locations, multiple dining options and playgrounds.

The facility has the equivalent of 10 full-size soccer fields, two of which are championship fields. Flexibility in the design allows the mix of artificial and natural turf fields to be used for soccer, lacrosse, rugby, football, ultimate frisbee, quidditch, field hockey and more. The artificial turf allows the fields to be used during inclement weather.

The architecture reflects a combination of the Texas Hill Country design vernacular with a touch of contemporary styling. From the clubhouse meeting rooms, one can view both championship fields. The extra-wide sidewalks provide ample room for large crowds as well as access for emergency and service vehicles.

The 80-acre multipurpose complex is the second project SRA/PSC completed for Round Rock in Old Settlers Park. SRA/PSC completed the renovation of four existing baseball complexes and designed the girls’ softball complex in 2007.

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