CMU SOCCER COMPLEX

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CMU Soccer Complex Facts
Opened: 2015
First Game:  Sept. 20, 2015
(CMU vs. Illinois State)
Capacity: 1,000

Other Features

• Synthetic turf playing surface
• Full scoreboard
• Bench shelters
• Press box
• Full-sized bleachers
• Concessions area
• Picnic area

> CMU Soccer Complex
> Indoor Turf Bay
> Strength & Conditioning Center
> Dick Enberg Academic Center

The Chippewas play their home games in the new, state-of-the-art Central Michigan Soccer/Lacrosse Complex, located on southwest campus near the Indoor Athletic Complex (IAC) and Kelly/Shorts Stadium. The $8 million complex, which opened in September 2015 accommodates the CMU women's soccer and women's lacrosse programs. The lighted, synthetic turf facility includes a fully-operational press box, concessions area, scoreboard, outdoor picnic area and seating for approximately 1,000 fans. The soccer team has its own locker room and team room located near the soccer offices, playing field and IAC.

CMU's field is located within walking distance of the IAC, which contains a 7,100-square-foot weight room, the Dick Enberg Academic Center and a large team meeting room. Also in the IAC is the recently renovated turf bay which is at the program's disposal for year-round conditioning and workouts.

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