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Sports Fields
Sports Fields
Sports Fields

Fort Saskatchewan has 29 ball diamonds, 13 soccer fields, one rugby pitch and one football field.

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Sports Field Updates and Rain Outs

Please note that Sports Field Status are not updated evenings (after 3:00 pm), weekends or holidays.  Coaches have final say in determining whether to play if conditions change during these times. 

We encourage everyone to sign up for eNotifications to automatically receive all updates. Remember to select "Sports Field Updates" when signing up.


Sports Field Bookings

Sports Fields are available for bookings between 7:00 am - 11:00 pm seven days a week during prime athletic park season (May to September). We recommend you check the field status before heading out to your practice or game!

To make a reservation, email or call 780-992-6266 between 8:00 am - 4:30 pm, Monday - Friday. The City is closed during Statutory holidays.


Sports Field Directory

Click on each facility below for more information.

Carscadden Park Sports Fields

Carscadden Park stretches between Rudolph Hennig Elementary school and the Sportsplex Arena in Pineview. Bordering the RCMP Park, Carscadden Park gives access to baseball diamonds, school playgrounds and offers large green spaces as well as links into our 75 km paved trail system.

Thomas J. and Harriet Carscadden, with their six children, moved to Fort Saskatchewan from Thornbury, Ontario, in 1898, and they became a prominent family in the early development of this community. They established a grain and dairy farm close to the river on lot 15, north-east of the former railway bridge, and that area was later known as "Pine Square" from the trees planted by Thomas Carscadden.

In the early 1920's, the Carscadden's built a new brick home on higher ground at 9710 90 ST. The farm was sold in 1948 and, in 1965, the Town of Fort Saskatchewan acquired the property for part of the Pineview area and Westland Park was built on some of that land.
Harriet Carscadden died in 1927 and Thomas Carscadden died in 1942, both being buried in the Fort Saskatchewan Cemetery.


Sports Fields Updates (Rain Outs)

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