Athletic Facilities

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    Athletes Village
A new era in Golden Gopher Athletics began in January 2018 with the opening of the Athletes Village. The central piece of the project is the Land O'Lakes Center for Excellence which will benefit all Gopher student-athletes. The new Basketball Development Center, Football Indoor Practice Facility and Football Performance Center will expand available practice and training space for those programs.
Lindahl Academic Center | Land O'Lakes Center for Excellence | Larson Football Performance Center | Cunningham Basketball Performance Center

    TCF Bank Stadium
Home to Golden Gopher Football, TCF Bank Stadium is one of the newest BCS stadiums in the country. It boasts the largest home locker room in college or professional football and one of the largest video boards in the nation.

    Williams Arena
One of the most iconic venues in sports, Williams Arena is home to Golden Gopher Men's & Women's Basketball. With its famed raised floor left intact, the arena received a makeover in 2012 as center-hung LED scoreboards, LED fascia boards and sound systems were installed.

    3M Arena at Mariucci
The premier college hockey venue in the country, 3M Arena at Mariucci is home to Gopher Hockey. Opened in 1993, the facility received a makeover in 2012 with the addition of a center-hung LED scoreboard, LED fascia boards and a state-of-the-art sound system.

    Maturi Pavilion
Connected to historic Williams Arena, Maturi Pavilion is home to Gopher Volleyball, Wrestling and Men's and Women's Gymnastics. The volleyball and wrestling teams consistently rank among the national leaders in attendance, while the men's and women's gymnastics teams have hosted several Big Ten and NCAA Championships in the venue. The arena received a makeover prior to the 2014-15 school year with the installation of brand-new video boards.

    Ridder Arena
The first-ever facility built specifically for women's hockey, Ridder Arena is home to the five-time national champion Gopher Women's Hockey Program. Since its opening in 2002, Ridder Arena has been a regular host of WCHA Championships, NCAA Regionals and Frozen Fours. A brand-new center-hung video board was installed during the 2011-12 season.

    Siebert Field
A new era in the tradition-rich Gopher Baseball program began in the spring of 2013 as Siebert Field opened on the University of Minnesota campus. After Phase I of the project is completed, fundraising will continue for Phase 2 which will feature the addition of locker rooms and an indoor hitting complex.

    Jane Sage Cowles Stadium
The Golden Gopher softball team calls Jane Sage Cowles Stadium home. With seating for 1,000 spectators, the facility is complete with dugouts, double warm-up bullpens and batting cages down the first-base line that allow teams full use of the facility.

    Elizabeth Lyle Robbie Stadium
Built in 1999, the Elizabeth Lyle Robbie Stadium is one of the finest facilities in the nation for women's college soccer. With a committed coaching staff, team, and group of fans, the Elizabeth Lyle Robbie Stadium provides an exciting atmosphere to watch Gopher soccer.

    Jean K. Freeman Aquatic Center
The Jean K. Freeman Aquatic Center was built directly on the grounds of the old Memorial Stadium. The facility has hosted numerous Big Ten and NCAA Championships, as well as many national and international competitions and countless State High School Championships. The Aquatic Center has hosted over five million participants since it first opened in 1990.

    Baseline Tennis Center
The Baseline Tennis Center is the sparkling home of Golden Gopher Tennis. Opened in the fall of 2002, the on-campus facility provides the University of Minnesota with one of the premier collegiate tennis venues in the nation. The facility features 22 signature maroon and gold courts, 10 inside and 12 outside..

    U of M Boathouse
The University of Minnesota boasts one of the nation's best facilities with an on-campus boathouse, located on the banks of the Mississippi River on the U of M Campus. Opened in 2007, the University Boathouse houses a 27-seat erg room, an indoor tank, which seats 12 rowers, a full locker room, coaches' offices and boat storage area.

    Golf Facilities
The Golden Gopher men's and women's golf teams have access to the finest courses in the Twin Cities areas, including Bearpath, Hazeltine, Interlachen and TPC Twin Cities.

    Minnesota Fieldhouse
The University of Minnesota Fieldhouse has hosted Big Ten Men's and Women's Indoor Championships and the venue's record holders include former Olympians.

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