Virginia Beach Sportsplex
Virginia Beach Sportsplex is a sports complex in Virginia Beach, Virginia. The name is most commonly attached to the main stadium within the complex, which is primarily used for soccer. The main stadium opened in 1999 and holds 10,000 people. As of now, it holds 6,000 people, on two decks of seating. (3,600 on bottom deck, 2,400 on top deck) It was the first soccer-specific stadium built from the ground up in the United States. It is named after Harold Heischober, former mayor and city councilman of Virginia Beach. The Sportsplex is located across the street from the Princess Anne Athletic Complex and near the Virginia Beach Amphitheater. The main stadium was the home field of the Hampton Roads Piranhas, a women's team in the W-League, which became the de facto top women's league in the country after the demise of the Women's United Soccer Association. It was originally their home from 1999 to 2002. In 2003 the Piranhas moved their home games to a smaller stadium on the campus of Virginia Wesleyan College near the city's border with Norfolk. It was also the home field for the Virginia Beach Mariners (USL-I) and the Virginia Beach Submariners (PDL). In 2007, the franchise was terminated, and as a result the Piranhas acquired the Submarminers and renamed them as the Piranhas, a reflection of their women's team. Both teams will play at the Virginia Beach Sportsplex for the 2010 season of the W-League and the Premier Development League. The stadium is now the home office for the Virginia Rush Organization as well as the home venue for its U16 and U18 US Soccer Development Academy teams. It is also home to the Norfolk Blues rugby team and Southern Virginian Trojans semi-pro football team. In 2009 the city of Virginia Beach turned over the Sportsplex to a private firm, Hometown Sports Management, who changed the soccer-only bermuda grass field over to a more durable multi-sport friendly turf and plans to pave the parking lot, build a fieldhouse, as well as carry out other upgrades. The Sportsplex also contains a turf practice field, and is the central training site for the U.S. Women's National Team field hockey team which has two fields and its own office building. In the fall, the stadium also hosts high school football playoff games.

Virginia Destroyers
On November 10, 2010, the Virginia Destroyers of the United Football League announced their home games would be played at the Sportsplex starting in Fall 2011. Because a UFL homefield typically is required to hold at least 20,000 fans, the Sportsplex is expected to be expanded. During the 2011 season the Destroyers will play four home games there.