Jackie Robinson Training Complex
The Jackie Robinson Training Complex serves as a year-round hub of amateur development initiatives and events designed to diversify and strengthen the talent pipelines of baseball and softball. Formerly the Spring Training home to the Brooklyn and Los Angeles Dodgers and now operated by Major League Baseball, its 80-acre campus is a multi-sport training and tournament destination to athletes of all ages and skill levels, accommodating baseball, softball, lacrosse, football, soccer, rugby, swim and rowing teams.
The facility is home to the newly renovated, 6,500-seat Holman Stadium, a Major League clubhouse, four additional full-size baseball fields, four softball and youth baseball fields, and one multi-sports field for soccer, lacrosse, football, and rugby. The facility also features 89 on-site hotel rooms, a dining room, numerous meeting and conference spaces, on-site recreation such as basketball and a competition-size swimming pool, and two fitness gyms.
The Jackie Robinson Training Complex also serves as a corporate retreat destination, hosting business training and team building events. Companies and organizations utilizing its on-site accommodations, meeting spaces, recreation, and athletic fields are provided an ideal setting to strategize yearly plans and build team camaraderie.