Richard Siegel Park is a 130-acre soccer complex in Murfreesboro which features a total of 15 fields.
Preliminary rounds take place on four of the eight lighted fields at the complex, with each tournament culminating in championship games held in the stadium located at the center of the park.
The complex has hosted many local, state and professional soccer competitions since opening in 2005.
May 21-24, 2024
Tickets are $12 per day if purchased in advance online through GoFan. Tickets are $15 per day if purchased with cash at the gate. School-age children and older are required to have a ticket. TACA cards will be honored when presented with a matching photo ID. The TSSAA ID card and TMSAA ID will NOT be accepted for admission. School administrators who are registered on the TSSAA Portal can sign-in for free admission at the pass gate.
Parking is $5 per day. Patrons will receive a parking pass that will be accepted at all Spring Fling venues for the rest of the day.
Coaches must wear their TSSAA-provided credential or pay admission. Only coaches recognized by the member school and TSSAA will be provided credentials. Coaches will sign in participants at each venue. At team events, participants will be admitted as a team only.
Pets are not permitted at any Spring Fling venue.
Smoking is not permitted at any Spring Fling venue, including the use of e-cigarettes.
Spectators are not permitted to bring coolers into the facility. Teams, however, are permitted to have a cooler in the bench area.
Siegel Soccer Park is handicap accessible.
Concessions are available for purchase at Siegel Soccer Park.
For more information about the area, visit the Rutherford County Chamber of Commerce website at VisitRutherfordTN.com.
Information for participating schools can be found on TSSAA.org.
Purchase advanced tickets online! Simply show the ticket on your smartphone at the gate.
Watch live and on-demand broadcasts of TSSAA championship events on the NFHS Network.
Order photo keepsakes from state championship events from ActionPixTN, the official photographer of the TSSAA.