Greater Binghamton Sports Complex
est. 2005

Up until Dec 2020, The Greater Binghamton Sports Complex was known to be the largest dome air-structure in the United States. Due to an overwhelming 48 in. of snow, the air structure collapsed by impact.
The facility has since been rebuilt and the now steel structure Sports Complex is located on Airport Road off Route 17 near the city of Binghamton, New York.
A major highlight of the structure is the capabilities of housing its full size soccer field. This full field feature is not found at any facility within a 2.5 hr radius of the Binghamton area. The total size of the complex measures over 90,000 square feet (220 ft Width, 400 ft Length, 50 ft Height) and contains two offices, a restaurant, cafeteria, a party room, locker rooms and upstairs workout space.
The facility can house multiple sporting events at once and offers sports such as soccer, rugby union, volleyball, lacrosse, baseball, and softball.

The complex was also the 2009 home of the Binghamton Tiger Cats, a Women’s Tackle Football team. By playing in the Complex the Tiger Cats became the first team to play indoors in the history of Women’s Professional Football. Along with housing the Binghamton Tiger Cats, GBSC launched the Greater Binghamton Futbol Club (GBFC) a youth soccer club organization. GBFC teams became a power club known in the North East for dominating the most exclusive tournaments, such as States, Regionals and even a gaining a National Title. After several years with great success in the youth soccer arena, the Greater Binghamton Sports Complex became home to GBFC Thunder, a mens Semi-Pro soccer team competing in the National Premier Soccer League. In their second season, GBFC finished 1st in the Keystone Conference during the regular season with a record of 10-2-2, going on to defeat the New York Red Bulls NPSL squad 2-1 in Binghamton, but ultimately losing to defending NPSL champions, FC LVU Sonic, 1-0 in the Northeast Region finals. The Greater Binghamton Sports Complex is credited with bringing soccer to the Binghamton area, and Southern Tier community.

Phone: (607) 729 - 5165
1500 Airport Rd. Binghamton, NY 13905