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Posted by Bob Liles at May 4, 2019 5:00PM PDT ( 0 Comments )


The Antioch Youth Sports Complex has been serving the city of Antioch, Ca since 1995. It has nine baseball/softball fields that are reconfigured during soccer season to accommodate eight soccer fields. Four new soccer fields have just finished being constructed in the SE corner of the complex. AYSC hosts games from Antioch Little League, Delta Baseball & Softball League and the Delta Youth Soccer League. It also has special events and can be rented out to any sports team. For a map to the fields click here.

No Pets No Smoking No Golfing No Alcohol No Noisemakers

Any cars parked in a non marked parking spot will be towed at owner’s expense

The complex is locked from dawn to dusk.

Parents, guests and invitees are responsible for any and all actions of their own and their children.  

No air rifles or BB guns.

If you find any safety problem or anything that needs to be repaired go to the "Handout" section and fill out the Incident Report Form or just click here.

Please go to the "Handout" section to access a document that lists all of the rules for using AYSC. The rain policy is in the "Handout" section, but can also be accessed by clicking HERE.

To see pictures of the fields click here or on "albums" on the left.

  AYSC News

AYSC Board Meeting - Meetings are normally held on a Monday during the second or third week of the month at 7pm in the mobile home at the Sports Complex.  For the exact time and day e-mail

Antioch Little League News - For information go to

Delta Baseball League News - Forinformation go to

Delta Youth Soccer League News - For information go to

The Antioch Youth Sports Complex

PO Box 156, Antioch, CA 94509

1030 Apollo Ct., Antioch, CA (West parking lot) 2100 Wymore Way (East parking lot)

For more information call Steve Mohammed, (925)478-1464, or or Bob Liles: (925) 754-4247, e-mail - . Questions about the website or anything about AYSC can be directed to .

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Posted by Bob Liles at Oct 3, 2008 5:00PM PDT ( 0 Comments )

The Antioch Youth Sports Complete began to be developed in 1992. The first phase of 14.5 acres was completed in 1995 with 9 baseball/softball fields. There are nine Little League size (60') bases.  This is a quality complex, we tried to do everything "right" when it was built, using quality materials. This created a facility that should last indefinitely.

Click on the link to see a video of its grand opening:

The AYSC is a 501.3c nonprofit operated by a 14 member board comprised of community volunteers.  No one who serves is paid. AYSC operates on a shoestring budget and most of its income goes to the landscape contractor (who mows the grass, edges, and fertilizes the grass areas). The remainder of our expenses are insurance (high), capital improvements and other maintenance and repairs.

Our revenues are derived from the three primary leagues who play there. They pay an annual fee (flat) plus a player surcharge. We have a mobile home (donated) on the property used as an office and meeting room for the leagues and the AYSC board of directors.

Our snack bar operates during the league season providing additional income.
Our volunteer board is comprised of very active community individuals: at large members (10) plus one representative from each of the three main leagues: Antioch Little League, Delta Baseball & Softball League and Delta Youth Soccer League.

We had been leasing (20 year lease, at $1.00 per year) the original 14.5 acres since 1991 from a local company. We purchased the entire property (47.5 acres in October of 2004 and began to development the new property for soccer fields in late 2004.  The purchase was make possible by a $1,300,000 grant from the Mirant Corporation made possible through the efforts of Antioch Mayor Don Freitas. The property was purchased from
Temple Inland at a greatly reduced price of ten cents on the dollar. Almost all of the grant went to purchase the entire parcel. 

We have excellent support and communication with the entire Antioch City Council and the city staff. They have acted as our engineering department. They helped to prepare our grading and drainage plans. We will also have been able to save significant amounts of money on "hook up" costs for utilities through the efforts of the GWF Corporation in early 2005. This donation saved us $50-75,000.

In Feb 2011 the east soccer fields were completed and practices started on them. Four years later DYSL built restrooms at the fields

The huge benefit of the experience derived from building the first AYSC complex: 1. The experience and knowledge based on a number of individuals from that first core group helping. 2. City of Antioch support (engineering, water, and council support). 3. Money from grants and land sales to fund all of our major remaining expenses, i.e. hydo-seeding, pathways, ramps, landscaping, a play ground and snack bar annex and protective netting around homes .

The first 14.5 acre facility was a dream come true for area youth sports and the community. Completing the second phase was just as rewarding.

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Posted by Bob Liles at Oct 3, 2008 5:00PM PDT ( 0 Comments )

If you have any comment or observation that you would like to make about AYSC please call Bob Liles at (925) 754-4247 or send them to .  AYSC is committed to being a safe place for children to play at.  It is critical that if you discover anything that is broken or dangerous that you immediately notify AYSC.

AYSC is not responsible for the behavior and actions of the leagues that play at AYSC.  If you have any problems with those leagues please contact them directly.

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Posted by Bob Liles at Oct 3, 2008 5:00PM PDT ( 0 Comments )

AYSC is primarily used by three youth sports organizations: Antioch Little League, Delta Baseball League and Delta Youth Soccer League.  However they do not use the complex every day of the year.  There are periods of time between the baseball and soccer season when the complex is not used.  Also it is not used on holidary weekends, like Labor Day and Memorial Day.  Also fields are normally available on Fridays, Sundays and early on weekdays before practices or games start.

 If you want to rent AYSC for a tournament, for a clinic or just as a practice site for your team then please contact Bob Liles at (925) 754-4247.

Here are the rules for any organization that rents AYSC:

No smoking anywhere in the complex, even in the individual’s car.

No tobacco products.

No alcohol.

No drugs.

No dogs, cats or any animals.

No modification of any of the AYSC fields, buildings or structures.

No littering.

No selling of any food if the snack bar is open.

No solicitation using AYSC’s name without prior written approval by the AYSC board of directors.

No purchase in AYSC’s name without prior written approval by the president of AYSC.

No use of weed killers.

No use of any poison.

No use before dawn or after dusk.

No golf.

No posting of any signs, except league informational material about the size of an 8-1/2 X 11 in the dugout.

No parking in any area that is not clearly marked as a parking spot.  All cars that are parked in red zones, striped zones, the concrete walkways, handicap zones without a handicap sign and in no parking zones will be towed


Users must:

Have on file prior to any use:

            A.  List of League's Board of Directors - Name, Address, Telephone No., E-mail, Cell Phone No.

            B.  Certificate of Insurance - in good form - naming AYSC as an additional insured

            C.  A Current Insurance Policy with coverage and insured Level - acceptable to AYSC.

            D.  Schedule of games, practices and any other use at AYSC

User groups that are not affiliated with AYSC, must pay 50% of their suspected fees before any use.

The remainder must be paid within one month of the usage.  They will be charged a 1% penalty fee for every month that they are late with the fees.

Pick up all trash before they leave, even if it was there when they got there.

Clean the trailer within two days of using it.  This means removing all trash and vacuuming the rugs.

Put recyclables in the proper container.

Leave the field in better shape then they got it.

Must inform their families of how to use the east and west parking lots.

Must promptly report to AYSC anything that is broken or any problem at the facility.

ALL REQUESTS from any user for /or concerning AYSC maintenance, security, facility - are to be made in writing and submitted to the BOARD OF DIRECTORS for their determination and resolution - NO EXCEPTIONS



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Posted by Bob Liles at Oct 2, 2008 5:00PM PDT ( 0 Comments )