University of Arkansas Sports Venues

The Arkansas Razorbacks are perennial Southeastern Conference contenders in football, basketball, baseball, track and field, and other sports. The university's men's and women's sports programs and athletic facilities rival those of any school in the nation.

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BASEBALL
Baum Stadium at George Cole Field

Named the country's No. 2 college baseball facility in Baseball America's 2003 survey and the best collegiate stadium in the country in 2008 by Rivals.com, this 10,731-person capacity, state-of-the-art stadium stands as a tribute to the UA baseball program. According to Baseball America, the structure features amenities that put it "in a class of its own".
Address: 15th Street and Razorback Road
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FOOTBALL
Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium
UA's impressive football stadium, with a seating capacity of 80,000, features one of the largest LED video displays in all of collegiate and professional football. At 30 feet high and 107 feet wide, the display brings dazzling graphics and replay to every fan in the stadium. Fans can follow the history of Razorback football through displays placed in the three major concourses.
Address: U of A Campus, Razorback Road
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SOFTBALL
Bogle Park
The latest addition to the University of Arkansas' athletic facilities was recognized Saturday, April 11, 2009, with the dedication of Bogle Park, the new home field for the Razorback softball team. One of the most striking aspects of Bogle Park is the dramatic entrance on the concourse level. Upon entry, fans see the field and then descend down into the seating area which is home to 1,200 chair-back seats. There is space for grilling and groups in the outfield area and six modern skyboxes overlook the field. For the first time, the Razorback softball team has its locker room at the venue along with an indoor practice and batting facility located on the home field side of the stadium. The press box is a state-of-the-art media area.
Address: U of A Campus, Leroy Pond Drive
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BASKETBALL
Bud Walton Arena

This state-of-the-art arena has more seats in less space than in any such facility in the world. The result is an ear-splitting noise level that can literally shake the specially designed spring mounted floor. From the sound system to the laser light show, from the concourse displays to the Tommy Boyer Museum, from the floorside seating to its 36 mid-level luxury boxes, no facility in America can match Bud Walton Arena's atmosphere.
Address: U of A Campus, Leroy Pond Drive
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GYMNASTICS
Barnhill Arena
The addition of gymnastics in 2001 prompted Barnhill Arena, previously the largest volleyball-only facility in the country, to welcome its new roommate. And Barnhill Arena did its best to throw one heck of a welcome party! Barnhill began its adaptation to a volleyball/gymnastics facility with an internal face lift. Some of the changes included a new paint job in areas immediately surrounding the playing surface, new lights to accommodate the space requirements of gymnastics and a state-of-the-art sound system and scoreboards that are both Razorbacks and fan friendly..
Address: 285 Stadium Drive
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VOLLEYBALL
Barnhill Arena
Barnhill Arena, the home of the Razorbacks, is one of the toughest volleyball venues in the country. Renovated several times, Barnhill Arena officially closed its doors as one of the most feared basketball facilities in the country March 3, 1993.  It was re-configured into the largest volleyball-only arena in time for the inaugural season in 1994.
Address: 285 Stadium Drive
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SOCCER
Razorback Field
When it was constructed in 1992, the then-LadyBack Field was the first collegiate soccer field in the country dedicated solely for the use of a women's team. To this day, it remains one of a handful of such fields. With improvements planned following its construction, a field house was built to house locker rooms for both participating teams, and lights were erected to allow the Razorbacks to practice and play at any time. The facility evolved and was improved with an expansion and renovation prior to the 2011 season.  Additions include an expanded and re-modeled training room with a rehab area, a new locker room for the Razorbacks, a team lounge connected to a team meeting area, two private meeting rooms and a storage area
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TENNIS - OUTDOOR
George M. Billingsley Tennis Center
The newest addition to Arkansas’ athletic facilities was completed with the dedication of the George M. Billingsley Tennis Center on April 15, 2008. The $2.8 million expansion and renovation gives the Razorback men's and women's tennis teams a complete facility combining the outdoor courts of the Billingsley Center with the indoor courts of the Dills Indoor Stadium.
The outdoor facility includes bleacher seating between the two sets of five courts. Fans can sit in the bleachers and watch matches on either side, or stand on top and view matches on both sides.
Address: Razorback Road
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TENNIS - INDOOR
Dills Indoor Tennis Complex
TThe Razorbacks have a proud tradition of providing the best athletic facilities the world can offer, and the Dills Indoor Tennis Center is no exception. Constructed in 1982, the structure was originally known as the University of Arkansas Track and Tennis Complex. In 2002, the facility was renamed the Dills Indoor Tennis Center and dedicated solely to the netted sport, offering the latest to competitive collegiate tennis athletes of today.
Address: Razorback Road
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TRACK & FIELD - OUTDOOR

John McDonnell Field
Home to the most successful program in NCAA history, John McDonnell Field has been transformed into one of the top outdoor track and field facilities in the nation. Named for legendary head coach John McDonnell, the winner of 42 NCAA national championships, the facility is one of only two IAAF Class 1 certified track and field complexes in the U.S. and the first such facility on a collegiate campus.
Address: 10 S. Razorback Road
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SWIMMING
The Arkansas Natatorium

The University of Arkansas Natatorium is considered one of the finest aquatic facilities in the Midwest. The Natatorium was the venue for the 1993 Southeastern Conference Championships, the 1996  and 1999 NCAA Zone 'D' Diving Championships, and most recently the 2002 SEC and NCAA Zone 'D' Diving Championships.
Address: Stadium Drive
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GOLF
Fred W. and Mary B. Smith Razorback Golf Training Facility at the Blessings Golf Course
The Razorback Golf team moved into their home course at Blessings during the summer of 2004.  The course is both challenging to players and was a challenge to create.
Address: 5826 Clear Creek Blvd
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CROSS COUNTRY
Agri Park

The University of Arkansas Cross Country team races at Agri Park. The fast course can include challenges such as constantly changing terrain ranging from an open field to a covered
forest-like area and wooden steeple barriers.
Address: Garland Avenue
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TRACK & FIELD - INDOOR

Randal Tyson Track Center

One of UA's newest facilities, the Randal Tyson Track Center continues the university's tradition of building some of the finest sports arenas in the nation. The facility has hosted major track and field events, including every NCAA National Indoor Championship since it opened in 2000 (2000-2009). The 2000, 2002, 2005 and 2007 SEC Indoor Championships have also been hosted here. It is considered one of the fastest indoor racing surfaces in the world.
Address: 1380 S. Beechwood
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HALL OF CHAMPIONS
Jerry Jones-Jim Lindsey Hall of Champions
This fabulous two-story atrium is located inside the Broyles Athletic Center, at the north end of the football stadium. It houses displays and video screens which tell the triumphant history of more than 100 years of Razorback football.
Address: UA Campus, Maple and Razorback Road

Tommy Boyer Hall of Champions
This exciting sports museum is located inside the impressive Bud Walton Arena. View the highlights of a proud tradition of baseball, basketball, track and field, an other sports through colorful displays and interactive video.
Address: UA Campus- Walton Arena, Leroy Pond Drive



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