Sporting Chance Center is a 40,000 square foot, air-conditioned, indoor sporting facility, which features a state-of-the art floating wood floor that can be configured with up to eight (8) volleyball courts or five (5) full basketball courts, and can accommodate virtually any sport or fitness activity that requires indoor space. The large, central lobby offers comfortable seating and viewing areas for parents and spectators, five large HD flat screen televisions, and free Wi-Fi.
Southern Arizona Community Sports, Inc a 501C3 non-profit (SACS) privately raised the money to build the SCC in a partnership with Pima County. Once the building was completed (in 2013), it was donated to Pima County. In exchange and as part of the partnership, SACS operates the SCC for Pima County.
Sporting Chance Center is located at 2100 W. Curtis Road in northwest Tucson near River & La Cholla. The facility is immediately adjacent to/shares property with Curtis Park.
It is free to enter Sporting Chance Center, but most of the courts are reserved by club and recreational teams.
That being said, there are some "open play" basketball hours, created for kids and teens who are looking for a way to be active after-school. A nominal daily fee is charged: $1.00 for under age 18; $2.00 for ages 18+.
The center’s operating hours vary depending on the time of year and whether school is in session. Generally, the center is open from 3:00pm to 9:00pm M-F and 8:00am to 9:00pm on weekends. Special events and summer camps will extend these hours. Please call the center in advance to confirm hours.
Yes. There are 400 paved parking spots. Some are covered.
Basketball and volleyball are the primary sports played at Sporting Chance Center, but the facility can also be used for other indoor fitness classes and camps.
Yes. Men's and women's restrooms are spacious and well-maintained.
No. There are no showers or lockers at Sporting Chance Center.
Yes. There are two changing stalls in each restroom.
Yes! Sporting Chance Center has a small snack bar called Center Café. The current menu can be found here.
Sporting Chance Center has teamed up with nutrition experts from Tucson Medical Center and the University of Arizona College of Public Health to encourage youth to eat healthier. As part of this effort, the food and beverage options are relatively healthier than fare normally offered at similar facilities. For example, you will not find soda, nachos, or candy bars for sale. The revolving menu includes items such as string cheese, trail mix, bagels, muffins, beef jerky, clif bars, subway sandwiches, naked smoothies, hummus with pretzels, tea, and coffee, among other items.
Bashas' is just north of the facility at River and La Cholla.
Outside food and drink are not permitted in the Center. Exception: water and sports drinks in sealable, individual containers.
There are tables inside the facility, as well as outdoors in Curtis Park and immediately outside the center.
The teams that practice at Sporting Chance change annually, but we have seen the following teams at play at SCC:
Yes. Tournaments often are held at SCC on Saturdays and Sundays - especially between January and May.
Open play is only offered for basketball.
Over 270 groups utilize the Sporting Chance Center facility for basketball, volleyball, futsal, training, gymnastics, and dodge ball. They range from youth recreational teams to Special Olympics to charter and public Schools, as well as organizations who host lock-in and athletic social activities.
Yes, but it's not free. Sporting Chance Center and ProfileSports.TV have teamed up to offer LIVE STREAMING and VIDEO ON DEMAND of all the action at the Center!
• Day-Pass (48 hour access) $6.00
• Season Pass (available for 8-10 Weeks) for $40
• Or Get your HD video downloads for $10 each to keep.
Any activity can be viewed on Profile Sports TV as they are requested.
To start the rental process, fill out the online form under "Facility Rental." Once this is submitted, SCC will review the specifics and quote the costs. Rates range from $35, based on the activity and the participants.
Contact the Pima County Supervisor.
Have fun at Sporting Chance Center!