GEORGETOWN, Ky. (FOX 56) – A soccer field in Georgetown has been damaged.

According to a Facebook post by Georgetown Football Club on April 9, the Lisle Road Soccer Complex was damaged.

It takes a lot of peoples time and hard work to get these fields in playable shape for kids,” said Chris Calulot, Georgetown FC president

Calulot said that around 1,200 kids use the field.

“It takes some effort for the parks and recs management team to re-roll the field and make it nice and flat because kids can get hurt if the field is not in playable shape,” said Calulot.

“Decisions like this affect thousands of kids who play and practice at our Lisle road soccer complex, especially so this season with limited field space,” the post read.

The football club offers programs like recreational soccer teams, academy soccer, and select soccer. These programs cover a diverse selection of goals and interests for players.

“You have a right to be out here but you do not have a right to destroy things, you are only hurting your community, and the kids in your community that are trying to learn the game,” said Calulot.