Rainone Family


The Rainone Family are the creators and producers of 4 Entertainment Centers in California. After successfully creating and operating Entertainment Centers for 25 years, the family has drawn up a new vision and dream.  They are looking to provide the youth and families of Yorba Linda and Northern Orange County with what we need.
With their youngest in the family now 8 years old traveling from sports complex to sports complex connecting with other families, they foresee a necessity of a Sports Complex in Northern Orange County.  The family 's passion from the very beginning has been in the leisure entertainment industry.  The Rainone family has envisioned, created, produced, and operated successful centers and now looking for new challenge that will benefit the City of Yorba Linda Community.  This dream of their's is the Rainone Entertainment Sports Complex.

Steve Patterson


Over the last 3 years, Steve has launched a successful Youth/College Sports Management Web System that provides technology to youth sports clubs and leagues around the world. Steve is currently the CEO of this innovative tech company.  In 2010-2013, Mr. Patterson work as a Senior Project Manager at e7 Sports.  He created and managed platforms for specific online youth and adult sports management systems.
From 2008-2010, Steve was the CEO of a food company, Atomic Energy Bites.  The company grew it's brand and was selling in over 2,000 stores by 2010.  Prior to 2008 Steve worked in technology, building internet sports companies and leading business development.  Steve spent 6 years as VP of Business Development for Clubspaces Inc . During his time with Clubspaces Inc. he sold and managed key accounts such as the LA Galaxy, DC United, USA Water Polo and US Club Soccer.
Steve started his first company in 1999 that created youth IDs for children.  Formerly a professional soccer player for MLS and A-League teams for over seven years, Steve also represented the USA in the Under-20 World Cup qualifications.  Steve attended and played soccer at Cal State University Fresno