University of Iowa announces plans for $4 million soccer facility

Many soccer capital projects are up in the air due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but the University of Iowa announced that it will break ground in late fall on a $4 million state-of-the-art soccer operations facility on the west side of the Iowa Soccer Complex

The project requires the approval by the Board of Regents but is funded entirely by private support. It is slated to be finished in time for the 2021 fall season --  which will mark the 25th year of Iowa women’s soccer.
The proposed facility will include:
-- Locker room and lounge/team room;
-- Multi-purpose room, overlooking the Iowa soccer field;
-- Athletic training room;
-- Also: coaches’ offices, visiting team and officials’ locker rooms, press box, and storage.

In 2019, the Hawkeyes tied school records with 15 overall victories and seven in Big Ten play and made their second NCAA Tournament appearance.
1 comment about "University of Iowa announces plans for $4 million soccer facility".
  1. Wallace Wade, May 31, 2020 at 9:39 a.m.

    I'm sure this is being done for the Women's Soccer Program, correct?

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