FAQ – ASC

1. Where is ASC parking located?

About 100 spaces are available in front of the building. Another 100 spaces are available in the rear of the building, which can be accessed from Anaheim Boulevard when approaching ASC from the south. In addition, about 670 spaces are available in the new Claudina Avenue parking lot that is adjacent to the old roof top parking entrance. Click on the Directions button at the top of the page for specific directions to the new parking lot.

The Anaheim Marketplace across Cerritos Boulevard from ASC often provides additional parking for $20.00 per car. This parking is not a part of ASC.

Do not park in the business park lots across Anaheim Blvd. The business park owner will tow vechicles at a cost of $225. Parking is allowed on the street.

Maps to all available parking areas are available from parking personnel on the day of the event.

2. Does ASC provide trainers, first aid, or ice?

ASC leases court time to tournament organizers who often times provide a trainer for their event participants. ASC does not have a trainer on duty. It is the responsibility of the event organizer or coach to provide first aid supplies for his or her team. Instant cold packs, available for about $1.00 at drug stores, are highly recommended. Cold packs, athletic tape, and vatious braces are available for purchase at The Store at ASC, the retail store located at the entrance to ASC.

3. Where can I find a hotel to stay overnight?

Click the Hotels button at the top of the page for links to several Anaheim hotels offering discounts to ASC participants. Be sure to mention American Sports Centers to receive the discounted rate.

 
     
 

ASC – Policies

Welcome to all players, coaches, parents, officials, and spectators. Please help keep American Sports Centers clean and safe.

Food Policy

  • American Sports Centers is sensitive to accommodating the medically restricted dietary needs of those players who participate at ASC. Players may either elect to store personal coolers in a designated area outside the facility or carry into the facility special dietary items. Those who elect to carry into the facility special dietary items are asked to check in at the main entrance adjacent to the retail store to ensure the player is not questioned about outside food once in the facility.

Code of Conduct

  • Demonstrate good sportsmanship.
  • Clean up after yourself and your team.
  • Treat facilities, equipment, and other court users in a respectful manner.

Court Rules

  • Please be respectful of athletes on neighboring courts.
  • Please clean team benches following each contest.

General Rules for Court Area

  • Rubber-tipped chair may be used on the courts.
  • No coolers or outside food are allowed into the building.
  • Each person may bring one water bottle into the facility for personal use.