Emmanuel Sanon Soccer Park in Little Haiti

The City of Miami named the $37 million dollars soccer park after Emmanuel Sanon


The idea for a Soccer Park in Little Haiti was an ambition from the late Miami Commissioner Arthur E. Teele who understands that soccer is the national sport of Haiti and very popular among the Haitian Diaspora living in South Florida.

The park offers a a green field, wide open spaces for the youth in the community to exercise and play their favorite sport. Emmanuel Sanon Soccer Park in Little Haiti also offers a playground for children in the neighborhood to run freely in nearly nine acres of grass covered field. This park represents one of the few real place for relaxation in Little haiti in Miami.

The park can be improved with shaded trees.

The investment in the Emmanuel Sanon Soccer Park that contributed to its $37 million dollars sticker price includes towering lights and covered seating for several hundred spectators.

The Emmanuel Sanon Soccer Park was dedicated and named after one of Haiti's most famous soccer players, Emmanuel "Manno" Sanon. However, it unofficially remains the Little Haiti Soccer Park.

Little Haiti Soccer Park is located adjacent to Liberty City. the address: 6301 NE 2nd Avenue, Miami, FL, 33138

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