To provide international, professional and club and local teams, world class multi-purpose fields and facilities for high altitude skills training, tournaments, camps and coaching clinics.
Teams of all skill levels and ages benefit from training at 7,000 feet/2,500 meters by increasing fitness levels during extended stay training camps.
The benefits of a high altitude training component is being realized by physical trainers, coaches and management as the most progressive method of increasing endurance levels in preparation for regular season and tournament competition. Advancing high altitude training as a mainstream component for athletic conditioning is a key factor in the long term vision for Taos Eco Park.
about taos eco park
The Taos Eco Park is our state-of-the-art outdoor training facility for athletes. Taos Eco Park opened April 16, 2011 and hosts professional athletes from across the U.S. and the world. The complex has received ‘a FIFA 2 Star field’ certification from the Federation Internationale de Football Association (FIFA), the world’s governing body for professional soccer. The Rwanda National Team trained here June 2011 for World Cup competition in Mexico. Training sessions and games at Taos Eco Park are open to the public. The largest Spring NCAA tournament nationally is also hosted here. Additionally, youth games, practices and camps regularly part of the Eco Park calendar.
Taos Sports Alliance
The Taos Eco Park is owned by the Town of Taos and managed by the Taos Sports Alliance. The Taos Sports Alliance believes in the power of sports to strengthen community. It supports Taos and the northern New Mexico region to build healthy community by making strategic investments in sports.
TAOS SPORTS ALLIANCE
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The Taos Eco Park is a world class facility that is truly unique given its high altitude location. Our players raved about the quality of the pitch, and they enjoyed...
Rio Soccer Club has visited the Taos Eco Park the past 2 years to participate in the NCAA Showcase event and the U17 Rwanda National team training camp. These visits...