About Tab Ramos Sports


Tab Ramos Sports Center is open 12 months a year and runs various leagues throughout the year, for both adults and youth. The Sports Center offers roller hockey, soccer, flag football, basketball, kickball, field hockey, futsal, corporate outings, birthday parties, and school programs. We cater not only to teams but run and organize tournaments, clinics, instructional classes and camps for all age groups. Our Summer Youth Sports Camp which runs 10 weeks during the summer.

Tab Ramos Sports Center

Purchased in August, 2003, Tab Ramos Sports Center is a 46,000 square foot indoor facility boasting a Mateflex Court Roller Hockey Rink, 165’ by 80’, a “State of the Art”, 165’ by 105’ artificial turf field, 60’ by 30’ 3v3 artificial boarded turf field, Party Room, Batting Cage, and a fully functional Skybox Bar/Lounge that overlooks all playing fields and hockey rink.

Tab Ramos - History

Tab Ramos is a Soccer icon and three times World Cup Star. He was inducted in the Soccer Hall of Fame in August of 2005, the first player signed by Major League Soccer (MLS) and a MLS All-star for 1996, 1997 and 1999 along with being captain for the NY/NJ Metro Stars.

Tab Ramos was a World Cup Player in 1990, 1994, and 1998 and scored at least 1 World Cup qualifying goal in three different decades (only player ever). He has played professionally overseas for Real Betis, and U.E. Figueras, Spain and also for UNAL Tigres (Mexico).

Tab hails from Kearny, New Jersey and attended St. Benedict’s Prep where he was New Jersey all time high school leading scorer (161 goals), Parade high school National Player of the Year and 2 times All-America high school selection. He went on to North Carolina State University and was a 3 time All-America Collegiate selection.
Besides being involved with Tab Ramos Sports Center and doing volunteer work, he was named head coach of the U.S. Under-20 Men’s National Team in October of 2011. Ramos led the U.S. U-20s to a runner-up finish in the 2013 CONCACAF U-20 Championship in Mexico and a berth to the 2013 FIFA U-20 World Cup in Turkey. Though the USA fell short of advancing out of a difficult group at the World Cup, the U-20 MNT did draw eventual tournament winner France 1-1.
On Nov. 12, 2013, Ramos was appointed as U.S. Soccer’s Youth Technical Director to oversee the long-term strategies for development of both coaches and players at the youth level in the United States. Ramos also joined U.S. Men’s National Team head coach Jurgen Klinsmann’s staff as an assistant coach in 2014.