SU Soccer Stadium

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SU Soccer Stadium
Location Lampe Athletics Complex
Syracuse, NY 13210 [1]
Owner Syracuse University
Operator Syracuse University
Capacity 1,500
Field size 120 x 75 yards [1]
Surface Grass
Opened 1996
Tenants
Syracuse Orange men's soccer (NCAA)
(1996-present)
Syracuse Orange women's soccer (NCAA) (1996-present)

SU Soccer Stadium is a 1,500 seat soccer-specific stadium on the campus of Syracuse University in Syracuse, New York. The facility is home to the Syracuse Orange men's and women's soccer programs. The stadium opened in 1996 and is located behind the Manley Field House. [1]

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References

  1. 1 2 3 "SU Soccer Stadium". Syracuse University Athletics - cuse.com. Retrieved August 9, 2017.