Find a Venue for Every Sport!
Marlborough has become known as a host city for major youth sports tournaments, annually hosting Special Olympics of Massachusetts Tournament of Champions, New England Sports Center’s Beantown Classic and many more! For a list of sporting events in Marlborough, click on the venues that host the sports you’re interested in. Game on!
With over 300,000 SF of space and 8 full-sized and 2 practice rinks, the New England Sports Center is the largest indoor skating facility in North America! Conveniently located near I-495 and I-290, the NESC plays host to a number of major hockey, figure skating and other sports tournaments throughout the year. NESC is also host to the North American Indoor Lacrosse League and is home to the Boston Rockhoppers.
This 135,000 SF multi-sport facility is New England’s first indoor and outdoor sports megaplex, which includes seven indoor sports fields, two pro basketball courts, two outdoor lighted fields, an indoor driving range, a sports lounge, and a conference and function center. Here, you can play almost any sport, including soccer, basketball, volleyball, flag football, ultimate Frisbee, baseball, and softball.
Headquartered in Marlborough, the Special Olympics of Massachusetts hosts a 25,000 SF state-of-the-art facility in the city. The Yawkey Sports Training Center has a full-size gym, a 40 x 30 yard soccer field, computer training, video conferencing capabilities, and multiple conference rooms. SOMA offers competitions and provides training for athletes, coaches and officials in 26 core sports.
The Navin Arena is a Commonwealth of Massachusetts public ice skating facility, overseen by the Department of Conservation and Recreation and operated by FMC Ice Sports. This full-service training facility offers an extensive variety of ice skating programs for all ages and abilities.
The Wayside Athletic Club facility consists of heated indoor and outdoor pools, 6 plexi-paved hard tennis courts, 4 racquetball courts, a complete fitness center, sauna, steam room and whirlpool. Members and visitors of all ages can get training in an array of sports and enjoy a variety of group exercise and fitness classes and programs.
Marlborough Country Club is a challenging semi-private golf course that was originally designed in 1922 by well-known architect Wayne Stiles and expanded in 1970 by New England architect Geoffrey Cornish. Aside from panoramic views of the 10th and 18thholes, the club house offers a dining room, player’s lounge and function room.
1Lt. Charles W. Whitcomb Middle School
25 Union Street, Marlborough, MA
Sports: soccer, softball, football, baseball, softball, lacrosse, field hockey, track and field, basketball
Byrne (Carisbrooke) Field
39 Hawkins Lane, Marlborough, MA
Sports: soccer & lacrosse
Darrell Field (Hildreth School)
1-31 Sawin Street, Marlborough, MA
239 Concord Road, Marlborough, MA
Sports: multi-purpose, soccer, softball, sand volleyball, basketball, skating (skate park)
444 Hosmer Street, Marlborough, MA
Sports: baseball, soccer, basketball
496 Brigham Street, Marlborough, MA
Sports: winter sledding, fishing, basketball
520 Farm Road, Marlborough, MA
Sports: baseball, basketball, street hockey
72 Jefferson Street, Marlborough, MA
Sports: soccer, football
Korean Veterans Field
15 Millham Street, Marlborough, MA
Sports: soccer, lacrosse
Marlborough High School
431 Bolton Street, Marlborough, MA
Sports: soccer, field hockey, softball, football, baseball, lacrosse, track and field, tennis
80 Foley Road, Marlborough, MA
Sports: baseball, basketball
22 Martin Street, Marlborough, MA
Sports: baseball, basketball, tennis
Orchard Street, Marlborough, MA
Sports: football, lacrosse, basketball, tennis, street hockey, skating (half pipe)
Williams Street Baseball Fields
Williams Street, Marlborough, MA
WWII Memorial Beach
Causeway Street, Marlborough, MA
Sports: basketball, swimming