Kino Sports Complex
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- Seven Full Size Baseball Fields (Not including the Stadium)
- Two infields for practice
- Three fully lit fields
In 1997, Kino Sports Complex debuted as an official Major League Baseball spring training site for the Arizona Diamondbacks and Chicago White Sox. It functioned as such for nearly a decade.
By 2011, Kino switched gears and became a preseason destination for Major League Soccer hosting an annual preseason exhibition tournament each year. Over the past several years, the Complex has also hosted the national Pac-12 Rugby Championships, welcomed national college teams to practice for the Arizona Bowl tournament, and hosted international teams from Mexico and Korea for their spring training camps.
Additionally, the Complex annually hosts large community events, including the Gem & Mineral Show, KFMA Day concert, Centurions, and the Mexican Baseball Fiesta. While the facility caters to large scale events, it also regularly serves the recreational needs of the community and fosters the growth of amateur sports across Pima County.