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Residence Inn by Marriott Boston Woburn
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Sports Tournaments in Boston

Throughout the year, Residence Inn Woburn hosts a varierty of young athletes and their families attending sports tournaments in Boston. We regularly host young people coming from nearby communities, across the country and even from different nations. The young athletes compete in many different events accompanied by coaches, friends and family members. Some of the many sports represented in local competitions or tournaments include ice hockey, rowing, soccer and tennis. Teams and sporting events commonly presented in the area include:

  • PAL Junior Islander Hockey
  • Head of the Charles Regatta
  • Global Premier Soccer
  • Kennebunk Soccer Tournament
  • Needham Soccer Tournament
  • United States Tennis Association (USTA)

The Boston Sports Club Woburn promotes many events occurring within the community, which features a large selection of locations suitable for competitions.  Guests of our hotel can ask for discounted passes to the Boston Sports Club when staying with us.  Soccer matches are often held at the many different fields found in the DeFazio Complex, the Mass Youth Soccer Association Citizens Bank Fields and Woburn High School. Hockey games are played at the Burbank Arena, the Holland Arena, the O'Brien Rink, the Stoneham Arena and the Ristuccia Arena, where the Bruins Practice.

The Residence Inn Woburn provides athletes and their families with accommodations that encourage relaxation when games, matches and tournaments end. In addition to spacious suites, our guests enjoy a long list of comfortable amenities that include complimentary hot breakfasts and complimentary evening mixes that feature beverages and snacks, a lovely indoor heated swimming pool and whirlpool area, and for the convenience of our guests, we additionally have an on-site store that remains open 24 hours a day. With all this and much more, let our hotel be your choice hotel when visiting the Boston area for sports tournaments.