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Arizona Athletics Facilities



Arizona Stadium (Football) 
Considered one of the finest playing facilities in the country, Arizona Stadium stands as a testament to the history and continuing tradition of Arizona football. Built in 1928 with only 7,000 seats located on the west side between the end zones, the stadium has grown into a 56,000- seat facility that combines old style charm with modern conveniences. (more)  Cat Cruiser - Parking Information

Drachman Stadium (Track & Field) 
The 2005 season will mark the 25th year that the University of Arizona track and field program has called Roy P. Drachman Stadium home. In 1981, the Wildcats moved from Arizona Stadium to the location at 15th Street and Plumer Avenue. (more)

Eddie Lynch Athletics Pavilion & Jim Click Hall of Champions
Located at the North end of McKale Memorial Center the expansion gives Arizona Athletics a 36,000 square foot showpiece for its heritage and lower-level facilities for strength and conditioning, and medical treatment, unmatched in a collegiate setting. (more)


Hi Corbett Field (Baseball) 
The historic ballpark has a capacity of 9,500 and includes spacious concourses, hundreds of box seats, and large grandstands behind home plate and down each base line complete with chair-back seating to create one of the best gameday environments for fans in the nation. (more)

ariz-facilities-coming-soon Hillenbrand Aquatic Center (Swimming) 
For years, the Arizona Wildcats have had a national caliber swimming program. Now they have a facility that complements Arizona's success. Thanks to a generous contribution made by a local businessman William G. Hillenbrand, what was once commonly known as McKale Pool became the William G. and Dolores D. Hillenbrand Aquatic Center upon its dedication in May of 1989. (more)
softball-facility Hillenbrand Memorial Stadium (Softball) 
Rita Hillenbrand Memorial Stadium is one of many Arizona athletic facilities supported by Mr. and Mrs. William G. Hillenbrand. Bill Hillenbrand and his wife, Doby (Delores D.), financed the $1 million stadium and landscaping in memory of their late sister-in-law, Rita. (more)

Arizona Sand Volleyball Courts (Sand Volleyball)
The University of Arizona Sand Volleyball Courts are the newest additions to the Arizona Athletics facilities. The courts were completed in December 2013 in preparation for the inaugural sand volleyball season in the spring of 2014. (more)

Jimenez Practice Facility (Football)
Jimenez Practice Facility is where the Arizona football players spend their days practicing during the summer and over the course of the season. Two full football fields are provided for both the offensive and defensive units as well as a field goal so the kickers can get their practice in while the rest of the team is doing drills and team work. (more)
tennis-facility LaNelle Robson Tennis Center (Tennis) 
When the LaNelle Robson Tennis Center was dedicated in 1991, it instantly joined the ranks of the nation's finest on-campus tennis facilities. The complex features 17 regulation size courts, a center-court grandstand, lights, team rooms, a permanent canopy over the stands, a concession area, a pro shop and restrooms. (more)
ariz-facilities-coming-soon Mary Roby Gymnastics Training Center (Gymnastics) 
The Gymnastics Training Facility, opened in 1994, is one of the nation's premiere training centers, boasting many great features such as a large tumbling/vaulting pit with the pit area located at the end of the floor exercise diagonal, a Stratum/Palmer floor exercise system with adjacent 40-foot rod tumbling strip and three uneven bar stations. (more)

McKale Memorial Center (M/W Basketball, Volleyball and Gymnastics) 
The opening of McKale Memorial Center in February of 1973 marked a new era in Wildcat basketball. After playing several games in front of crowds of a few thousand in Bear Down Gym to open the 1972-73 season, the team moved to McKale and literally filled the upscale arena overnight with crowds over 11,000 from the beginning. (more) 

Murphey Field at Mulcahy Stadium (Soccer) 
After two seasons as a tenant, the University of Arizona soccer team became a home owner in 1996. The Wildcats' newest team spent its first two years of existence playing games at Pima Community College. However, that ended on Sept. 15, 1996, as the Wildcats hosted the University of San Francisco on their own field. (more)
RJ Gymnasium Richard Jefferson Gymnasium (M/W Basketball and Volleyball) 
The Richard Jefferson Gymnasium was dedicated on Dec. 8, 2008 and serves as a multi-use facility for Arizona’s men’s and women’s basketball programs and volleyball program. The 20,000-square foot gym houses two full basketball courts running end to end, east to west, as well as room for four basketball cross courts and five volleyball cross courts. (more)
golf-facility Sewailo Golf Club (Golf) 
Designed by PGA Tour standout Notah Begay III, Sewailo Golf Club is a challenging course that measures 7,400 yards from the championship tees and offers five different tee boxes on each hole. It is managed by Troon Golf, a Scottsdale-based golf management company, which oversees properties in 29 states and 26 countries. (more)