Mini-Pitch System™ Modular Sports Solution​

Mini-Pitch System™ Modular Sports Solution located at Sunrise Park in Pleasant Hill, IA

This all-in-one modular system offers an ideal solution for communities to rejuvenate abandoned courts and areas with limited space, creating a fun and active place for local youth and families to come together in the spirit of teamwork, empowerment, and fitness.

Complete and Convenient

The mini-pitch system comes complete with Musco’s industry-leading LED lighting—greatly reducing glare and spill from affecting nearby homes—as well as fencing, goals, benches, and lockable storage. Assembly can be done by a three-person volunteer crew in 2-3 days, saving you money on installation.

An Array of Options

You can choose between three pitch sizes—40’x84′, 50’x104’, and 60’x120’— and mix and match those dimensions to find the size that best fits your space. There is also a variety of signage opportunities for branding and logos.

Warranty and 24/7 Support

Musco’s 10-year parts and labor warranty will cover maintenance costs on the lights and comprehensive system. With Control-Link® you can control your lights instantly, from anywhere, with the touch of a smart phone. And our call center Team at Control-Link Central will monitor your system and help with scheduling 24/7.

Located in Your Community

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Recent Projects

Penelakut Strong Mini-Pitch

Hope and Health uplifts Penelakut youth through soccer-for-social-development programming using Musco’s Mini-Pitch System™. Read more

Gary Reese Freedom Park Mini-Pitches

City of Las Vegas creates futsal tournament hub with Musco’s Mini-Pitch System™.
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Birdland Park Mini-Pitch

Kick It Forward turns to Musco’s Mini-Pitch system to create safe places to play for youth in Des Moines.
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“The U.S. Soccer Foundation’s mission of positively impacting the lives of up to a million young people in the next decade is something we believe in very strongly. We want them to know that they’re not alone. These community pitches will be a place for local youth to learn, grow, develop confidence and teamwork, and have fun. We want to do everything we can to help with this important endeavor.”

— Joe Crookham