National Sports Center Foundation

Location
Registered Name
National Sports Center Foundation
Tax ID
41-1646516

Overview

The National Sports Center is a 600-acre multi-sport complex located in Blaine, Minnesota. It includes a soccer stadium, over 50 full-sized soccer fields, a golf course, a velodrome, a meeting and convention facility, and an eight-sheet ice rink, the Schwan Super Rink, which is the largest ice arena in the world.

Source: Wikipedia

Financials

$16m
Annual Budget
December 2018
+9% Growth
Program Spending
91%
Fundraising Spending
3%
Management Spending
6%

Programs

Ice Sports

$5.2m

The foundation provides opportunities in ice sports for youth, including minnesota's largest figure skating educational program, as well as leagues and tournaments for girls and boys in hockey on a year round basis. The foundation also sponsors numerous other youth programs throughout the year, such as competitions, training, education and clinics. All of these amateur sports programs contribute to the physical education of young people and provide the opportunity to develop a healthy lifestyle through athletics. The foundation programs contribute to the development of the social and economic status of the local twin cities communities and the state of minnesota.

Field Sports

$4.4m

Youth soccer programs and other field sports are held throughout the year and provide athletes, of all levels of skill, opportunities for quality training, instruction and competition. Participants in tournaments, camps, clinics, leagues, and developmental programs on a year round basis. The national sports center foundation also promotes and organizes instructional programs and competition opportunities in sports including but not limited to cycling, lacrosse, rugby, yoga, ultimate, baseball, football, general health and fitness. The investment in emerging sports is an important part of the nsc's mission because these sports often appeal to young people and families.

Host Services

$2.5m

The national sports center foundation also promotes and organizes instructional programs and competition opportunities in sports including but not limited to cycling, lacrosse, rugby, yoga, ultimate, baseball, football, general health and fitness. The investment in emerging sports is an important part of the nsc's mission because these sports often appeal to young people and families. Other activities include utilizing the facilities for community based events that contribute to the development of social networks in the community and also make a significant economic-impact contribution to the twin cities communities and the state of minnesota.

Leadership

John Daniels Chairman
Kris Bjerkness Cao/secretary
Todd Johnson CEO
Al Gottschalk Director
Bart Duffy Director
Erin Peterson Director
Ivar Sorensen Vice Chairman
John Mcclellan Director
Jonah Berndt Director
Linda Bruemmer Director
Lisa Hockert Director
Paul Beggin Director
Steve Novak Director
Todd Andrews Director
Joan Hallock Director
Frank Jackson Director
Tom Ryan Director
Steve Olson COO
Source: IRS 990