Tennessee Youth Sports, Alliance Volleyball and STARS Basketball Club have announced a long-term partnership at the Tennessee Orthopaedic Alliance (TOA) Sports Performance Center in Franklin.
Formally known as A-Game, the 171,000-square-foot sportsplex is located in the Cool Springs area and minutes from historic downtown Franklin. In October, Alliance Volleyball and STARS Basketball Club will move into the center under a 10-plus-year lease agreement as the sole tenants of the hardwood courts.
Tennessee Youth Sports purchased the facility in 2018 and began renovating several areas of the building. TOA later purchased the naming rights for the building and transformed more than 9,000 square feet of the first floor into a new state-of-the-art orthopedic clinic, physical therapy and sports performance training center.
The TOA Sports Performance Center is also home to youth programs for gymnastics, cheerleading and dance with dedicated space for dance and gymnastics training, a large open turf area and six full-size hardwood basketball courts that can convert to 12 volleyball courts.
The addition of Alliance Volleyball and STARS Basketball Club will bring even more young athletes and their events to the area.
“Alliance has a long history with this building, and we’re excited to be working with the new ownership group at TOA Sports Performance Center,” said Ann Mullins, executive director and coach for Alliance Volleyball. “We can’t wait to welcome our athletes and their families back onto the courts at TOA.”