Total Sports Park has changed its name to Michigan Stars Sports Center.
In 2018, Michigan Stars Sports opened as one of the largest multisport facilities in the country. 80 acres in beautiful Washington Township, Michigan contains 24 outdoor soccer fields along with a 118,000 sq. ft. indoor facility.
Five indoor volleyball courts with 55' ceilings are perfect for training, camps, clinics, and tournaments.
Experience playing on a full size indoor field (70 yds x 120 yds). Great lighting, new turf, heated/cooled, 55' ceilings, and more. Great for games, training, and perfect for multiple sports.
Five batting cages with high ceilings. Each cage is 15' x 70'.
Retractable nets also allow for a
70' x 70' training area.
Inside MSSC, two rooms are utilized for exercise. The cycle room is 20' x 40' and the workout room is 40' x 40'. These rooms are also great for a variety of functions including parties, meeting rooms, dance studios, and more.
With 60 acres of grass, this area can be converted into a variety of soccer field combinations. Other sports such as lacrosse, football, and more can utilize the field arrangements. With up to 30 fields, this is a great space for tournaments, camps, games, and more.
Take a break after the big game with friends and have a drink. Watch your favorite sporting event on six 55" televisions. The bar area seats around 50 people comfortably. Liquor license coming in 2020. New Bar and Restaurant coming soon.
Need a snack? Thirsty after that tough game? The snack bar at Michigan Stars Sports Center has what you need. We also proudly serve Tim Hortons coffee.
On April 28, 2018, President Donald Trump held a rally at Michigan Stars Sports Center. 6,000 people were inside the building watching the rally. 30,000 people were outside watching the rally on two jumbotrons.
Chris McInally is the primary owner of Total Sports Park and has been operating sports facilities since 2008. Chris had the vision years ago to create a large sports complex to service not only Washington Township, but to service the state of Michigan and beyond. TSP opened in January of 2018 and contains 60 acres of outdoor fields and a 118,000 sq. ft. indoor facility. The indoor facility contains a full size turf field (375x220), five volleyball courts, five batting cages, two exercise rooms, and a future sports bar.
Chris received his undergraduate degree from Clemson University and received his MBA in 2002. At Clemson, Chris played professional soccer at the Palace of Auburn Hills for the Detroit Neon and had a short football career in the NFL.