Wrapping up the tournament docket each year is the annual Lily Nisen Memorial Tournament, a competition created to honor the memory of one of Davis’ brightest young women and ardent soccer supporters whose life was tragically taken from us too early. Played around Halloween, the event is open to all Gold, Silver, and Bronze teams from the U13-U19 age groups, who will take part in a minimum of three games at the beautiful 63-acre Davis Legacy Soccer Complex
October 29/30 2022
Boys/ Girls U13-U19
Registration Deadline : October 1 (extended)
Entry Fee: $1150.00
CONNECTIONS HOUSING HOTEL
Questions regarding hotel information for the tournament?
Please contact Kimberly Harding
The Tsakopoulos Family Soccer Complex, previously known as the Davis Legacy Soccer Complex, and commonly refereed to as Legacy Fields, is a privately operated 63 Acre soccer facility conveniently located off of Interstate 80 in South Davis.
To get to Legacy Fields from Sacramento, take the first exit (E. Chiles Rd) just at the west end of the Yolo Causeway. Turn right at E. Chiles Rd (the road that the off-ramp ends at) and go under the freeway (the signs are directing you towards 80 East). Continue on the frontage road on the south of the freeway (E. Chiles Rd.) for approximately 1.5 miles until Road 105D. There should be a sign for the DYSL Soccer Fields. Turn left on Road 105D, the fields are on the left.
To get to Legacy Fields from the Bay Area, take the Mace Blvd. exit. At the end of the off-ramp turn left on Chiles Road. Continue approximately 1.7 miles east on Chiles Road, past the car dealerships. Turn right on Road 105D. There should be a sign for the DYSL Soccer Fields. The fields are on the left.
Portable toilet facilities are available.
Davis Legacy has a strict NO dog policy at all times. We realize that many of our members are responsible dog owners with friendly dogs, but for reasons reviewed at our board meeting, we have had to create a NO DOG policy at our complex. This means no dogs at Legacy Fields at all times (ie training, games, or tournaments) as well as no dogs at any of the fields/venues being used during tournaments. Appropriately identified/licensed assistance animals are allowed.