Champions Hall Turf House is now open—and offering athletes and spectators a unique sporting experience in the southwest metro.
The 55,000 square-foot facility is located on the border of Eden Prairie and Edina on Washington Avenue and offers opportunities for year-round soccer, lacrosse, baseball and other turf field play.
Currently, the Champions Hall building is home to AirMaxx Trampoline Park and Fun Center, and Hard Wood Courts, a seven-court hardwood complex for volleyball, pickleball, table tennis, badminton and futsal.
Eventually, Starbucks coffee and Annie’s Frozen Yogurt will be served in the food court along with fresh salads and wood-fired pizzas. A full-service restaurant is slated to open in the 130,000 square-foot facility early next year.
Several area schools and clubs are bookings booking space at Champions Hall, including: the Edina High School Baseball and Girls Lacrosse teams, Saint Louis Park Soccer Club, Community Sports Connection (CSC), and Home Grown Lacrosse.
The facility was developed by Edina resident, Terry Lynner, and his partner, Marty Probst.