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Alabama Soccer Stadium

Alabama Soccer Stadium
Location Tuscaloosa, AL
Capacity 1,500
Surface grass
Opened August 27, 2004 (2004-08-27)
Tenants
Alabama women's soccer (2004-present)

The University of Alabama Soccer Stadium was built in 2004. The complex features covered bench areas for both teams and a press box with seating for 1,500 spectators and standing room for many more. The University of Alabama soccer field was the first home of Alabama soccer and it saw its first action on Oct. 2, 1994, as Alabama played Furman University. The Tide has compiled a 109-56-11 overall record on campus and a 36-29-4 ledger since playing at the Alabama Soccer Complex.

Upon the renovation of Bryant-Denny Stadium the soccer field received a new high definition scoreboard, which was previously housed in Bryant-Denny. The scoreboard is the biggest in the nation for a college soccer field.

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