The Ralph Cantafio Soccer Complex, located at 900 Waverley Street in Winnipeg, was renamed in 2017 to honour long time Winnipegger Ralph Cantafio for his lifetime of dedication to soccer. The complex has played host to many provincial and national events including the 1999 Pan Am Games, 2017 Canada Summer Games, 2017 CIS Women’s Soccer Championship, 2016 Canadian Western Masters Regional, 2012 Senior Canadian Club Nationals and the annual Manitoba Soccer Association Provincial Championships. The complex was also used as a practice facility for many teams during the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup, and as a practice facility for Canadian and US Women’s National Teams prior to their match in 2013.
WSA Winnipeg plays all its home matches on the feature field, John Scouras Field #1. The synthetic grass field was resurfaced in 2015 for the FIFA Women’s World Cup. The field is 68m x 105m in size with full overhead lighting for full illumination during evening games. Large bleachers run along the west side of the field which can comfortably hold up to 2,500 spectators. The field also features a press box, sound system and scoreboard. Free parking is available outside the main entrance of the complex.
|Family Season Ticket Package||$199.00||35%|
|Adult Season Ticket||$74.00||30%|
|Youth Season Ticket||$34.00||30%|
Season Tickets include 7 home games. Family Season Ticket Packages include 2 Adult tickets and 2 Youth tickets.