Weather & Fields


LARPD TURF LINE - (925) 373-5702, PRESS 1

Matches in Livermore are held at the following locations:

ALTAMONT

6500 GARAVENTA RANCH ROAD LIVERMORE, CA 94551 | (View on Map)

BILL PAYNE PARK

5800 PATTERSON PASS ROAD LIVERMORE, CA 94550 | (View on Map)

CAYETANO

101 PORTOLA AVENUE LIVERMORE, CA 94551 | (View on Map)

CHRISTENSEN PARK

5611 BRIDGEPORT CIRCLE LIVERMORE, CA 94551 | (View on Map)

ERNIE RODERIQUEZ

1717 SOUTH LIVERMORE AVENUE LIVERMORE, CA 94550 | (View on Map)

GRANADA High School

400 WALL STREET LIVERMORE, CA 94550 | (View on Map)

INDEPENDENCE PARK

2798 HOLMES STREET LIVERMORE, CA 94550 | (View on Map)

JOE MITCHELL Middle School

1001 ELAINE AVENUE LIVERMORE, CA 94550 | (View on Map)

LAS POSITAS

3033 COLLIER CANYON ROAD LIVERMORE, CA 94551 | (View on Map)

LIVERMORE DOWNS

2101 PASEO LAGUNA SECO LIVERMORE, CA 94550 | (View on Map)

LIVERMORE High School

600 MAPLE STREET LIVERMORE, CA 94550 | (View on Map)

MOUNTAIN HOUSE High School

1090 S CENTRAL PARKWAY MOUNTAIN HOUSE, CA 95391 | (View on Map)

ROBERT LIVERMORE

4444 EAST AVENUE LIVERMORE, CA 94550 | (View on Map)

ROBERTSON PARK

3500 ROBERTSON ROAD LIVERMORE, CA 94550 | (View on Map)

SMITH Elementary

391 ONTARIO DRIVE LIVERMORE, CA 94550 | (View on Map)

SUNSET PARK

1055 GENEVA STREET LIVERMORE, CA 94550 | (View on Map)


LRA Policy for Thunder and Lightning


A referee's FIRST responsibility is the SAFETY of the players. The desire for people to want to play does not supersede safety. Period.

If you see lightning, the game must be immediately terminated. Under some conditions, games MAY be resumed 30 minutes AFTER the last lightning was observed, but the youth games are too close to allow such a delay. Please abandon the game and note the score and time into the game that the match was abandoned. The league will decide what to do about any standings or reschedule options. If Thunder is heard, the same applies. If there is thunder there IS lightning. Thunder and Lightning do not require rain, by the way.

Safety Rules

What to do if someone is struck by lightning:

Call for help. Call 9-1-1 or your local ambulance service. Get medical attention as quickly as possible. Give first aid. If the victim has stopped breathing, begin rescue breathing. If the heart has stopped beating, a trained person should give CPR. If the person has a pulse and is breathing, address any other injuries.

Check for burns in two places. The injured person has received an electric shock and may be burned. Being struck by lightning can also cause nervous system damage, broken bones, and loss of hearing or eyesight. People struck by lightning carry no electrical charge that can shock other people. You can examine them without risk.

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