Sepak Takraw is a traditional sport which originated from Southeast Asia commonly known as Kato. Sepak Takraw is similar to volleyball as it uses a woven ball allowing players to only use their feet, knee, chest, and head instead of their hands to pass and hit the ball. Currently, the sport is available at Scheffer Recreation Center as a summer program. 

Parks and Recreation has secured funding from the NFL Super Bowl Host Committee,  Minnesota Humanities Center Legacy Grant, and Ramsey County for construction of Sepak Takraw Courts. The first outdoor courts will be at Marydale Park and Duluth & Case Recreation Center. In partnership with Sepak Takraw of USA and Saint Paul Parks Conservancy, the city is completing a fundraising campaign for the final court improvements. Click here to donate! 

Project Updates

October 17, 2017

Here are updates to the Sepak Takraw site plans.

October 10, 2017

Construction has begun at Duluth & Case Recreation Center! Construction is anticipate between October through November 2017 (pending weather). Final improvements such as site furnishings and fencing may carry into spring of 2018, as funding and weather allows. Finally, please be aware of construction activities, and respect all park restrictions.

Construction Schedule:
Duluth & Case Recreation Center (Ward 6, District 5):      Construction anticipated for October 10
Marydale Park (Ward 5, District 6):                                       Construction anticipated for October 17


The design and planning phase is in progress. The community is highly encouraged to attend the meeting to provide feedback. 

Ward 5 - District 6

Tuesday, April 18, 2017 from 5:30-7:00 pm at St. Bernard Church, 187 Geranium Ave West

Ward 6 - District 5

Tuesday, April 25, 2017 from 6:00-7:00 pm at Duluth & Case Rec Center, 1020 Duluth Street

**Karen and Hmong translators will be available at the meetings.**


Last Edited: July 19, 2021