Home to champions for more than 100 years.
As one of the fastest-growing regions in the Midwest, and boasting neighboring Chicago — considered one of the top sports cities in the world — DuPage County is quickly becoming the choice for youth and amateur sporting events.
From championship facilities to park district fields, college athletic complexes and sports arenas, DuPage offers a unique mix of venue options. DSC has worked with sports of all types - from men's and women’s flag football to pickleball, footgolf, racquetball, and more. We look forward to hearing from you and learning more about how we can serve you here in DuPage.
Opened in 2021, the 71,000 sq. ft. Olympic-caliber swimming and diving facility is widely considered in line with the country’s top 10 indoor facilities. FMC boasts two pools – a 50-meter competition pool and a 25-yard training pool - complemented by spectator seating for 1,200, four locker rooms, parent lounge, hospitality rooms, concessions, weight room and swim shop.
Located in the upscale Village of Oak Brook, these outdoor Park District fields offer a premiere location for sporting activities such as soccer, lacrosse, baseball, softball, football and more. With amenities that include lighting, these new fields can accommodate large tournaments with multiple age groups.
With an unrivaled tradition of golf since 1924, Medinah Country Club has a history of hosting major championships and prestigious international events, including the 2012 Ryder Cup, as well as the 2019 BMW Championship. The challenge and famed history of their golf courses, and events hosted, have attracted golf legends, professional athletes, politicians, celebrities and tens of thousands of spectators to Medinah, and DuPage County.
In Addison, Stardust Bowl has established itself as one of the premier bowling centers in the United States with 84 lanes that regularly host dozens of national events. This includes the 2022 United States Bowling Congress Women’s Championships – recognized as the world’s largest participatory sporting event for women with approximately 25,000 competitors.
This premier institution — the second largest provider of undergraduate education in Illinois — is also noteworthy for football. Following the successful run as host of the National Junior College Athletic Association’s (NJCAA) Red Grange Bowl since 2016, COD’s Bjarne Ullsvik Stadium will now be home to the NJCAA Division III Football National Championship, with the first title game played December 2021.