The Alumni Stadium is dedicated solely to the varsity soccer programs. The complex features a state-of-the-art field, bleacher seats for 2,000 fans, a brick clubhouse that includes men's and women's locker rooms, a scoreboard, lights, and another brick structure with restrooms, concessions, and a ticket booth.
The complex was built on the site of the previous soccer field. Officially dedicated in 2004, the new Alumni Stadium was fully functional for the 2005 season and is named in honor of the contributions from Davidson soccer alumni.
1992 Team Field: A a top-notch playing environment for the college soccer player, the 1992 Team Field is sodded with Bermuda and rye grass, the state-of-the-art surface including a sophisticated drainage and irrigation system, which allows it to absorb large quantities of water and accommodate games during inclement weather.
Andrews Gatehouse: Providing the first formal entrance for a soccer-specific facility at Davidson, the Andrews Gatehouse includes the ticket booth, concession area and guest bathrooms. The gatehouse is named for Peter Andrews '59 in honor of his wife Susan Donald Andrews.
Slagle Locker Rooms: One of the biggest additions as a part of the Alumni Stadium project was the soccer clubhouse, which houses both the men's and women's locker rooms. The men's locker room at Alumni Stadium is named for longtime legendary men's soccer coach Charlie Slagle '74 and was dedicated on November 2, 2004.
Located at 405 Ridge Road, the soccer stadium is accessible off of Main Street north of campus. Parking is available in the lot above the soccer fields or at Baker Sports Complex. From Baker, follow the path to the stadium gatehouse.