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Awesome pizza ,better than round table by far , Hockey wise , the refs have improved .they are more aware and look to call both sides on infractions /penalty minutes . Im very glad to hear about this . I think i helped bring the ref problem to their attention .....last year i got fed up watching opposing players slash hands & chop at the stick , with intent to damage /break sticks ,With no call . ... (when the kids are young , not so much of an issue , but in Division 1 high school hockey , this can end a jr sharks season . ) so , i got suspended from the SC sports plex for telling them about this concern . And when the hockey director sided whih his ref , WITHOUT even consulting with him ,i was done with roller , yes , i called them a bunch of bitches . Dont get me wrong , Maley,Bradford , travis are great peeps that run a great organization . But some of these other so called hockey director and refs are not respected by us parents . (Ive joined a long list of parents that have been asked not to come back ) im ok with that as long as my kid still has fun playing around with roller , cause its about ice hockey anyway . You can come talk to me in person anytime u see me at the roller / ice rinks ----Henry
Absolutely abysmal experience, if you even call it one. Usually the badminton courts are open and the SportsPlex website updates their time and schedules. The badminton sessions scheduled on Friday were supposedly scheduled to end at 4:00. No update whatsoever from the website. There was no one at the reception desk. One worker was bundling up the nets suspiciously, and the time was 3:02, who gruffly told me that there was a clinic that ended at 3 today, so they had to close up early. He offered me a pathetic "sorry". Apparently they hold their hockey reputation over everything else and refuse to even let one court open for badminton despite having multiple open hockey rings that were practically deserted. Its great for hockey and soccer, sure, but I wont be coming back anytime to some lazy idiots who wont accommodate a dedicated badminton player into their facility.
The Plex has been a great place for our family to hang out; weve been coming here since 2009. Our kids started with the free clinics offered to beginners, and now they play several times per week on various teams. I highly recommend the beginner classes, for kids and adults. Hockey here can get a bit competitive, but its great that they have divisions for all skill levels. They really do a great job of keeping the the building nice and clean, including the bathrooms, which is always a plus. Also nice is that they recently upgraded the lights in the parking lot.
As a place for kids party it is super boring. My friends invited us over there for her daughters 4th B-day, so there were lots of little kids. They had us at the tables for 2 hours, with nothing for the kids to do and at the end they reserved the bounce house for us. It was nice to see my friends, but all the kids were bored. Also the place really stinks from all the sweat in there. The people at the help desk were not only not helpful, but were angry with me and arguing with me when I asked if there are any attractions for little kids.
Pretty fun place, its really big, theres a Club One Fitness next door. I havent tried skating or indoor soccer or whatever else they offer, but it seems fun. Theres ample parking, they probably could never be maxed out on spaces. Ive been here twice for the Sharks viewing parties, the restaurant is decent, theres a good amount of seats. Minus one star because Ive only seen one bartender that isnt all that friendly. And the line for the bar gets way long.
All in one fitness and recreation center. At one end of the building there is a Club One gym. At the other end there is indoor soccer (2 full size field and 1 small field), roller hockey (3 full size rinks), a bounce house area, martial art classes, and in the center there is a restaurant and bar with TVs everywhere you sit (High 5 Pizza). This is a great place to bring your kids or just a just a place with great atmosphere to watch live sports.
The facility is really nice, the restaurant/bar is a great feature and the kids love the bubble soccer. Lost a star for less than stellar service with the party we booked. The coach was late and the bubble soccer was unusually chaotic. The kids didnt really mind, but for price I expected more. Overall, its a cool place for families and sports, with lots of fun options for activities.
Just simply a very poorly run facility. Staff has no idea what they are doing, its run by children essentially. Situations with the refs are taken personally and if you are disliked you are then targeted by the staff. The least they could do is have professional refs....instead of kids with limited hockey experience. Just a shame.
Went here for a company party, and we had a good time with the staff and the facilities there. The size of this building is cavernous, with at least 4 full sized fields, and several smaller rec areas (and a store and restaurant/bar inside) too. Very good to know there is this indoor sports facility in the Bay Area!
Best place to play roller hockey in the area. They have 3 rinks and many different levels. They offer a clinic for people with 0 experience and they provide the gear all for free. Great way to build up a sweat. The place is air conditioned but you would never know it when you are playing.
The High Five pizza spot is just ok, more convenient than tasty. Theyve got a bar with a couple good beers on tap, bottled beer and wine too. The Sportsplex sports programs are great! For all ages: Inline hockey, indoor soccer, lacrosse, and even a jumpy house area.
Great sports and activities center for the whole family with a restaurant inside to boot! Soccer, roller hockey, martial arts, dance and just about anything else for an adult or child to stay fit and active. Great league system for every level.
I have been playing hockey at least once per week here since it opened. Rollin Ice rink 1 surface is poor. Puck bounces and rolls a lot. Rink 2 and 3 are better. High Five restaurant and bar closes too early. Love playing hockey!
Ok tell they got our pizza mixed up and had wait 49 minutes .Then they put it in a togo box when we were going to set in and enjoy our pizza!!! The kids that were calling out names when the pizzas were done were vary rude!!!
Probably one of the best Indoor Sports places in the Bay Area. A little more expensive than some of the other locations but its well maintained. 2 large soccer fields that are well kept, highly recommended.
If you are looking for a sports bar with good food, this is it. Large facility, covered in TVs. Its also in the middle of the sportsplex so you are surrounded by arena soccer and roller hockey games.