Soccer is Miami's sport. Though you might think mostly of the soon-to-be professional team owned by pretty boy David Beckham, the fact is the giant suburb split by SW 88th Street is Miami's real fútbol mecca. Kendall Soccer Park is an amazing collection of public and private fields that churns out stars and goals in equal measure. The public part of the complex includes five fields where kids and adults kick around from 8:30 a.m. to 10:30 p.m. by reservation. One of these five is generally open to the public. The rest are used by local soccer clubs, leagues, and youth organizations. To rent them, call or stop by the field office from 12:30 to 9 p.m. Monday through Friday. For the past seven years, Soccer 5, a private firm, has also rented out six mini-fields on the property. All of them are caged. There are four 5v5 fields, one 6v6, and one 7v7. Prices for the mini-fields range from $100 to $140 per hour.
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