COVID-19 Memo

Masks are required for all indoor sports for ages 2+ (KEVA is no longer providing free masks please have your mask on before entering the facility).


Our facility is open at a limited capacity (50% currently).  We are following all Dane County policies and procedures regarding COVID -19 and business practices.  As this changes please reach out with any questions or concerns.

Until we are able to open to full capacity here is the list of how leagues, classes and events are being administered….

  • Reduce to 75% capacity indoors
  • Private Practice Teams Available
  • League Play is Available
  • We are forming free agent teams at this time for individual players
  • Member Play is available
  • Camps are state licensed
  • Private rentals are available
  • All other events/programs are pending based on the Forward Dane Plan

Many of you have already heard from us regarding leagues, classes and events, however many of you still have questions.  Please be patient with us while we go through this unprecedented period of time.  Stay safe and take care.

EVERYONE MUST WEAR A MASK AT ALL TIMES (except when eating or drinking)

Click here to see our reopening playbook.


COVID -19 Response Plan 

*Face masks/coverings are REQUIRED for anyone inside KEVA

*Health Checks on all staff
*Routine cleaning and sanitizing throughout facility
*Hand Sanitation stations throughout the building
*Removal/ Spread out seating areas – all are at least 6 feet apart/ no more than 6 per table
*Limited Attendance- spectators are not allowed
*Hands free restroom openers
*Social Distance observed in all common areas
*Wiping down of game balls between matches
*Staggered game times to allow for less people
*Removal of self serve items
*Reduce to 75% indoor capacity



KEVA Celebrates over 20 years in Dane County


The idea for KEVA Sports Center was hatched in Eric Fritz’s youth. As the son of a small-business owner and one of three very active, athletic boys, he knew he wanted to 1) own his own business and 2) be involved in active endeavors.

After graduating from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, where he played competitive soccer, Eric moved to Madison where he owned and managed Soccer World – an indoor soccer facility on Madison’s East side.Through this organization, Eric saw the potential to expand the business beyond soccer. In fact, he and his father knew that the Madison area would welcome and support a larger facility – dedicated to recreational soccer play and much, more more.

Established in 1999, KEVA is south central Wisconsin’s best indoor recreational facility.

KEVA offers Dane County state-of-the-art turf fields (both indoors and out), as well as top-quality courts for volleyball, basketball and more. And the sports center draws over 300,000 people to its facility each year, and the numbers are growing.

Located in Middleton, Wisconsin, KEVA Sports Center is focused on building – not just the sports business – but the community as a whole.

Under Fritz’ leadership, KEVA gets very involved. From hiring special-ability individuals through Dane County’s Arc program, to sponsoring food drives and fundraisers, KEVA puts its “money where its mouth is.” Pursuing opportunities to give back is just one of the many reasons that Eric Fritz of KEVA was one of the winners of the Dane County Small Business Awards. This prestigious title is awarded to forward-thinking organizations that develop staff, customers and the community.

“People often ask me, ‘what does keva mean?’ The word has Native American roots and referred to a gathering place or hut. When we were trying to think of a name that would symbolize our business goals, KEVA made sense. We want this to be more than a soccer field. We want this to be a gathering place — a community.”