The Rye Brook Soccer Club hosted its first Kickoff Classic Soccer Tournament on the new all-weather fields located at Blind Brook High School and the adjacent Town of Rye Brook King Street Fields. These modern synthetic turf fields enable soccer to be played in late March regardless of the early spring snow and rain conditions that would normally cause grass fields to be closed.
There are now a total of four synthetic turf fields in Rye Brook. Two are on the Blind Brook High School campus, and two are on the adjacent Town of Rye Brook King Street property. Westchester County provided funding for the two King Street fields which were opened in September, 2006. These are lined for soccer and softball. The Blind Brook School District provided the funding, approved by residents in a public school bond vote, for the two fields located up the hillside on the school property. The High School stadium field is lined for football, soccer and lacrosse, and the High School upper field is a varsity baseball field with room for a small soccer field in the outfield. The two High School fields were completed during the fall.