The University of Michigan's Soccer Stadium, which opened for the 2010 season, is the crowning jewel of the U-M Soccer Complex. The three-field, soccer-exclusive facility is the result of a $6 million project that was funded by Intercollegiate Athletics resources and gifts.
The stadium is built at the center of the expansive complex and is flanked by separate practice fields for both the men's and women's programs. The stadium features a press box flanked by two terraces that are used for special events and handicap seating. The facility also has a locker room for each program with tunnel access to the field, underground benches, an athletic medicine training room, and restrooms and concessions for spectators. Similar to Michigan Stadium, fans enter the stands through portals on the backside of the stadium to allow for unobstructed views of the field once seated.