Missouri Soccer Park

Beginning in 2019, Stephens moved into Missouri Soccer Park field two for all of its home games. The pitch is a FIFA Certified soccer field in a world-class soccer park.
Field two includes yellow markings on the back of field lights and light poles and measures 75 yards wide by 112 yards long.
The facility includes locker rooms for the Stars and the visiting team, a concession stand, men's and women's bathrooms and concrete sidewalks and fencing around the complex.
Permanent seating does not exist.
The Stars venue has what is considered to be the premier soccer playing surface in the world. The yellow field is part of a $7 million, six-field soccer complex that opened in 2018 and was part of a three-year project known as Project Pele. Boonville and the Boonville Soccer Association, a member of the Missouri Youth Soccer Association, utilize the complex as part of the US Youth Soccer Olympic Development Program and for showcases associated with Team USA in conjunction with the US Olympic Committee. 
Byrne & Jones Construction completed the base construction for the synthetic turf fields and Greenfields, as the synthetic turf-playing surface.
Byrne & Jones constructed the soccer field, which is adjacent to Boonville High School to the north of I-70. The scope of work included soil stabilization, concrete curbs, sub-grade fabric, a drainage system and aggregate and turf installation.
The field is a FIFA approved, woven synthetic turf system made by GreenFields. The new field features the same surface that the U.S. National Soccer Team practices on in Kansas City.