Bryan Multi-Sports Complex


Monday – Friday: 8 am – 8 pm
Weekends: 8 am – 5 pm

Off-Season Hours: 

November 1st – March 14th
Sunday – Saturday: 8 am – 5 pm


501 S. Oak Forest Road
Goldsboro, NC 27534


For information on reserving fields, contact the Bryan Multi-Sports Complex at 919.988.6600 or email

Soccer  |  Football  |   Ultimate Frisbee  |  Cross Country  |  Quidditch  |  Lacrosse


  • 8 Natural & Artificial Turf Fields

  • 3 illuminated fields

  • Walking Trails

  • Concession Facilities

  • State of the Art Bathroom Facilities

  • Over 400 Paved Parking Spots

  • Playground

  • Custom Splash Pad

  • Picnic Shelter

Complex Staff

Tyler Ham
Tyler HamAthletics Supervisor
Justin Lee
Justin LeeComplex Manager
Teisha Rich
Teisha RichRecreation Coordinator (Athletics)
Joe Martikke
Joe MartikkeSuperintendent of Sports Turf
Bobby Walston
Bobby WalstonAssistant Superintendent of Sports Turf
Preston Savage
Preston SavageGolf & Sports Turf Mechanic
Timothy Teel
Timothy TeelHeavy Equipment Operator
Josh Hollifield
Josh HollifieldSenior Park Technician (Spray)
Thomas Sherman
Thomas ShermanPark Technician (Turf)
VacantPark Technician (Turf)
VacantPark Technician (Turf)

The Bryan Multi-Sports Complex is the product of the first joint P4 partnership between a military base and its home community. It is located on an exterior 63 acres of Seymour Johnson Air Force Base, in Goldsboro, North Carolina. It has been structured for use to host many different kinds of tournaments, any time of year, on all-weather playing fields in North Carolina’s ideal-outdoor sports climate!

Each of our 6 natural fields feature 81,000 sq. ft of playing space, while the 2 artificial turf fields feature 90,000 sq. ft of space inside the concrete barrier surrounding the fields.

“We couldn’t thank you enough for being such gracious, attentive, prepared and thoughtful hosts! You all put such an emphasis on making the teams, players and families feel welcome and that alone creates a one of a kind atmosphere. The fields were in great shape, the bathrooms were pristine (the best seen by many parents and players), the Visitor’s Guide specialized for our event, I could go on for days!” – Colby Morton, Assistant Director of Classic/State Cups NCYSA