Gibson-Nagurski Football Complex

516 15th Ave. SE
Minneapolis, Minn. 55455
Phone: 612-624-6004
Fax: 612-626-7859

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The Gibson-Nagurski Football Complex is home to Golden Gopher Football. Named in honor of Gopher greats George Gibson and Bronko Nagurski, the complex is a state-of-the-art facility housing the team administrative offices, team locker room, team meeting rooms, equipment room, training room, and players' lounges. The Complex also has the following top-notch amenities:

  • 12,000 square-foot, multi-level weight training facility
  • Indoor and outdoor AstroPlay® practice field facilities
  • Elite athletic training facility complete with treatment rooms, whirlpools, steam room and rehabilitation equipment
    • Recently completed $1 million renovation
    • 4,000 square feet
    • Large treatment area with 10 treatment tables
    • Physician's exam room
    • Ice room with direct access to practice field
    • Open rehabilitation space for cardiovascular machines, rehab machines and for performing functional exercises
  • McNamara Academic Center with two computer labs and 10 tutor rooms and classrooms
  • Spacious locker room and team meeting rooms for each position and coaches
  • Two player lounges with large screen televisions, pool table and plenty of furniture
  • Extensive Hall of Fame depicting the tradition and history of Golden Gopher Football
Football Complex

Latest News

11/23/2014 - W. BasketballGophers Defeat Memphis, 68-62
11/22/2014 - M. BasketballWalker Leads Gophers Past UMBC, 69-51
11/22/2014 - W. Cross CountryBerkholtz Leads Gophers at NCAA Meet
11/22/2014 - M. Cross CountryBartnik Closes Out Season at NCAAs
11/21/2014 - M. BasketballGame Preview: Minnesota vs. UMBC
11/22/2014 - W. Ice HockeyGophers Earn Sweep Over Mavericks
11/23/2014 - W. BasketballGame Day Live: Minnesota at Memphis
11/22/2014 - W. VolleyballGame Day Live: Gophers vs. Purdue
11/21/2014 - W. Ice HockeyCameranesi Scores Hat Trick in 5-1 Win