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List of soccer stadiums in the United States

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The following is a partial list of soccer stadiums in the United States. It includes all stadiums in the top three levels of American soccer and some lower league and collegiate stadiums in the United States.

Some of these venues are soccer-specific stadiums. Other venues are multipurpose stadiums, American football stadiums, or baseball stadiums that also host soccer games.

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Current stadiums

Stadium Capacity City State Teams/Major Events Surface Year opened Notes Ref.
Al Lang Stadium 7,227 St. Petersburg Florida Tampa Bay Rowdies Grass 1947 Former baseball park [1]
Allianz Field 19,400 Saint Paul Minnesota Minnesota United Grass 2019 [2]
Albert-Daly Field 2,271 Williamsburg Virginia Virginia Legacy

William & Mary Tribe

Grass 2004 [3]
Alex G. Spanos Stadium 11,075 San Luis Obispo California Cal Poly Mustangs Grass 1935 3rd largest stadium in college soccer, to be gradually expanded 22,000. [4][5]
All-High Stadium 4,000 Buffalo New York FC Buffalo

Medaille Mavericks

Formerly Queen City FC

Artificial Turf 1926 Renovated in 2007 [6]
Aloha Stadium 50,000 Halawa Hawaii Pan-Pacific Championship Act Global Turf 1975 Was scheduled to host a USWNT match in 2008 that was cancelled due to concerns over the turf being unsafe to play on. [7][8]
Alumni Stadium 3,007 Notre Dame Indiana Notre Dame Fighting Irish Grass 2009 [9]
American Legion Memorial Stadium 10,500 Charlotte North Carolina Charlotte Independence Grass 1936 Renovated in 2010, 2015, and 2019 [10]
Anchorage Football Stadium 4,500 Anchorage Alaska Local teams FieldTurf [11]
Anteater Stadium 2,500 Irvine California UC Irvine Anteaters Grass 2000 [12]
Arrowhead Stadium 79,451 Kansas City Missouri Formerly KC Wiz

Some international matches

Grass 1972 [13]
AT&T Stadium 80,000 Arlington Texas Multiple Gold Cups

Various friendlies

Hellas Matrix Turf 2009 Retractable roof stadium, formerly called Cowboys Stadium [14][15][16][17]
Atlanta Silverbacks Park 7,500 Chamblee Georgia Formerly Atlanta Silverbacks

Local teams

FieldTurf 2006 [18]
Atwood Stadium 11,000 Flint Michigan Flint City Bucks

Powers Catholic High School

FieldTurf 1929 [19]
Audi Field 20,000 Washington District of Columbia DC United

Washington Spirit

Grass 2018 [20]
Audrey J. Walton Soccer Stadium 2,500 Columbia Missouri Missouri Tigers Grass 1996 [21]
Austin FC Stadium 20,500 Austin Texas Austin FC Grass 2021 [22]
AutoZone Park 10,000 Memphis Tennessee Memphis 901 FC Grass 2000 Primarily Used for Baseball [23]
Baker Stadium 3,500 Tacoma Washington Puget Sound Loggers Grass 1964 [24]
Balboa Stadium 3,000 San Diego California Formerly San Diego Toros Grass 1914 [25]
Boxer Stadium 6,000 San Francisco California El Farolito SC

San Francisco Glens

Local Teams

Grass 1951 Stadium is within Balboa Park [26]
Bank of America Stadium 75,525 Charlotte North Carolina Various International Matches

Charlotte FC (starting in 2022)

Grass 1996 [27]
Banc of California Stadium 22,000 Los Angeles California Los Angeles FC Grass 2018 [28]
Baseball Grounds of Jacksonville 11,000 Jacksonville Florida Jacksonville Armada FC Grass 2003
BBVA Field 5,000 Birmingham Alabama UAB Blazers

Birmingham Legion

Grass 2015 [29][30]
BBVA Stadium 22,000 Houston Texas Houston Dynamo

Houston Dash

Grass 2012 [31]
Belson Stadium 2,600 New York New York New York Pancyprian-Freedoms

St. John's Red Storm

FieldTurf 2001
Bold Stadium 5,036 Austin Texas Austin Bold Grass 2019 [32]
Bonney Field 8,000 Sacramento California Sacramento Republic FC Grass 2014
Boxer Stadium 3,500 San Francisco California San Francisco Glens

El Farolito SC

Local Teams

Grass 1953 [33][34]
Breese Stevens Field 7,000 Madison Wisconsin Forward Madison FC

Madison 56ers

Local Teams

Grass 1926 [35]
Busch Stadium 46,861 St. Louis Missouri Various international matches Grass 2006 Primarily used for baseball
Cadet Soccer Stadium 1,000 Colorado Springs Colorado Air Force Falcons Grass 1995 [36][37]
Carey Stadium 4,000 Ocean City New Jersey Ocean City Nor'easters

Ocean City High School

FieldTurf Also used for football and lacrosse [38]
Carroll Stadium 12,100 Indianapolis Indiana Indy Eleven FieldTurf
Cashman Field 9,334 Las Vegas Nevada Las Vegas Lights FC Grass 1983 Former baseball park, converted for soccer in 2018 [39]
Casino Arizona Field 6,200 Tempe Arizona Formerly Phoenix Rising FC Grass 2017 [40][41]
Centennial Field 5,000 Burlington Vermont Vermont Catamounts Grass
Championship Soccer Stadium 5,000 Irvine California Orange County SC

California United Strikers FC

Grass 2018 [42]
Chaparral Stadium 10,361 Austin Texas Westlake Chaparrals FieldTurf 2002 Hosted the 2011 "Team USA vs World" football game. Stadium used primarily for football, but also hosts Men's and Women's Chaparral soccer teams.
Charlie W. Johnson Stadium 10,000 Columbia South Carolina Benedict Tigers Grass
Chase Field 49,033 Phoenix Arizona Some international matches Grass 1998 retractable roof stadium
Cheney Stadium 6,500 Tacoma Washington OL Reign

Tacoma Defiance

Grass 1960 Primarily used for Baseball [43]
CHI Memorial Stadium 5,500 East Ridge Tennessee Chattanooga Red Wolves

Dalton Red Wolves

Grass 2020 [44]
Children's Mercy Park 18,500 Kansas City Kansas Sporting Kansas City

Sporting Kansas City II

Various International Matches

Grass 2011 Site of the 2012 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup Final, 2013 MLS All-Star Game, and MLS Cup 2013 [45]
Citi Field 41,800 New York New York New York City FC (rarely)

Some international matches

Grass 2009
Citrus Bowl 70,000 Orlando Florida 1994 FIFA World Cup
Orlando City (MLS) (2015–present)
1996 Summer Olympics venue
AstroTurf 1936; 2014 Hosted the MLS All-Star Game in 1998
Citrus Stadium 10,000 Glendora California Los Angeles Storm Grass
City Park Stadium 1,845 New Rochelle New York Westchester Flames Grass [46]
City Stadium 22,000 Richmond Virginia Richmond Kickers Grass 1929 [47]
Cobb Stadium 500 Coral Gables Florida Miami Hurricanes Grass 1999
Cocoa Expo Sports Center 3,500 Cocoa Florida Cocoa Expos Grass
Columbia Soccer Stadium 3,500 New York City New York Columbia Lions FieldTurf 1985
Corbett Stadium 3,000 Tampa Florida South Florida Bulls Grass 2011
Cotton Bowl 92,200 Dallas Texas 1994 FIFA World Cup venue, former home of the Dallas Burn Grass 1930 Located on the Fair Park area of Dallas, originally named Fair Park Stadium
County University Soccer Stadium 3,000 Spartanburg South Carolina USC Upstate Spartans Grass 2001 [48]
Cowgirl Field Lake Charles Louisiana McNeese State Cowgirls Grass
Dail Soccer Field 3,000 Raleigh North Carolina NC State Wolfpack Artificial Turf 2008 Training field during the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta
Dawson Stadium 22,000 Orangeburg South Carolina South Carolina State FieldTurf 1955;1994
Dick Dlesk Soccer Stadium 1,100 Morgantown West Virginia West Virginia Mountaineers Grass
Dick's Sporting Goods Park 19,680 Commerce City Colorado Colorado Rapids Grass 2007 [49]
Dignity Health Sports Park 27,000 Carson California Los Angeles Galaxy

LA Galaxy II Formerly Chivas USA

2003 FIFA Women's World Cup

Various International Matches

Grass 2003 Formerly known as the Home Depot Center (2003-2013), and the StubHub Center (2013-2018) [50]
Dillon Stadium 10,000 Hartford Connecticut Hartford Athletic FieldTurf 1935 Renovated in 2019 [51]
DOC Stadium 3,500 West Carrollton Ohio Dayton Dutch Lions

Carrollton High School

Artificial Turf [52]
Dr. Mark & Cindy Lynn Stadium 5,300 Louisville Kentucky Louisville Cardinals Grass 2014
Drake Stadium 14,557 Des Moines Iowa Des Moines Menace FieldTurf 1925 Primarily used for football and athletics [53]
Durwood Soccer Stadium 850 Kansas City Missouri UMKC Kangaroos

Formerly FC Kansas City

Mondoturf 2009 The capacity was expanded to 3,200 in 2014 to host FC Kansas City matches.
E. S. Rose Park 500 Nashville Tennessee Belmont Bruins Grass 2011
Eagle Field 3,500 (500 seated) Statesboro Georgia Georgia Southern Eagles

South Georgia Tormenta

Grass 2005 Lights were added in 2012 [54]
Ellis Field 3,500 College Station Texas Texas A&M Aggies Grass
Edwards Stadium 22,000 Berkeley California California Golden Bears Grass 1932 Track and field stadium reconfigured in 1999 to accommodate the Cal soccer teams. Largest stadium in college soccer.[5]
Elizabeth Lyle Robbie Stadium 1,000 Falcon Heights, Minnesota Minnesota Minnesota Golden Gophers women's soccer Grass 1999
ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex 6,000 Orlando Florida Walt Disney World Pro Soccer Classic

MLS is Back Tournament

Grass 1997 Orlando City (USL) (2014)
Eugene Stone III Soccer Stadium 3,000 Greenville South Carolina Furman Paladins Grass
Evergreen Sportsplex 1,500 Leesburg Virginia Evergreen FC

Northern Virginia United

FieldTurf 2014 [55]
Exploria Stadium 25,500 Orlando Florida Orlando City SC

Orlando Pride

Grass 2017 [56]
FedExField 91,704 Landover Maryland 1999 Women's World Cup venue Grass 1997 Formerly named Jack Kent Cooke Stadium
Fetzer Field 5,025 Chapel Hill North Carolina North Carolina Tar Heels Grass
Field Of Dreams 12,000 Las Cruces New Mexico Las Cruces High School, Mayfield High School, and Oñate High School football Grass
Fifth Third Bank Stadium 8,300 Kennesaw Georgia Kennesaw State Owls

Atlanta United (rarely)

Atlanta United 2

Grass 2010 Also used for football and lacrosse [57]
Finley Stadium Davenport Field 20,668 Chattanooga Tennessee Chattanooga FC AstroTurf Gameday 1997
FirstEnergy Stadium 67,431 Cleveland Ohio Some USA matches Grass 1999
FIU Stadium 20,000 Miami Florida Miami FC Grass
Gaelic Park 2,000 New York City New York Manhattan SC

Manhattan Jaspers

FieldTurf 1926
Gillette Stadium 68,756 Foxborough Massachusetts New England Revolution

New England Revolution II

2003 Women's World Cup

Various Gold Cup and other International Matches

FieldTurf 2002 Formerly named CMGI Field, seating capacity artificially reduced for regular season matches
Globe Life Park 48,114 Arlington Texas North Texas SC Grass 1994 Converted from a baseball diamond to a rectangular pitch in after the 2019 MLB season. [58]
Grande Communications Stadium 18,000 Midland Texas West Texas United, Midland Bulldogs, Robert E. Lee Rebels FieldTurf 2002
GSU Soccer Complex Grambling Louisiana Grambling State Tigers Grass
Hard Rock Stadium 75,540 Miami Gardens Florida Some USA & Haiti matches Grass 1987 Formerly called Joe Robbie Stadium
Harder Stadium 17,000 Santa Barbara California UCSB Gauchos Grass 2nd largest stadium in college soccer[5]
Harvard Stadium 30,323 Boston Massachusetts Boston Breakers and matches in the 1984 Summer Olympics FieldTurf 1903
H-E-B Park 9,735 Edinburgh Texas RGV Toros Grass 2017 [59]
Hefner Stadium 6,500 Fort Wayne Indiana Fort Wayne Fever
Purdue Fort Wayne Mastodons
Grass
Hermann Stadium 6,050 St. Louis Missouri Saint Louis Billikens Grass
Highmark Stadium 3,500 Pittsburgh Pennsylvania Pittsburgh Riverhounds Grass 2013 [60]
Hillsboro Stadium 7,600 Hillsboro Oregon Local teams AstroTurf
Hofstra University Soccer Stadium 1,600 Hempstead New York Hofstra Pride

Long Island Rough Riders

FieldTurf 2003 [61]
House Park 6,500 Austin Texas Austin Aztex Artificial Turf 1939
Houseman Field 8,000 Grand Rapids Michigan Grand Rapids FC

Local Teams

Artificial Turf 1923 Renovated in 2009 [62]
Hurricane Soccer and Track Stadium 2,000 Tulsa Oklahoma Tulsa Golden Hurricane Grass
Icahn Stadium 5,000 New York New York Local teams Grass 2005
Illinois Soccer Stadium 6,000 Champaign Illinois Illinois Fighting Illini Grass 1997
Independence Stadium 50,832 Shreveport Louisiana Occasional exhibition matches FieldTurf 1925 Formerly known as State Fair Stadium
Interbay 900 Seattle Washington Seattle Pacific Falcons Grass
Inter Miami CF Stadium 18,000 Ft. Lauderdale Florida Inter Miami CF

Ft. Lauderdale CF

Grass 2020 [63]
Invaders Soccer Complex 4,985 South Bend Indiana Indiana Invaders Grass
Irwin Belk Track/Transamerica Field 4,000 Charlotte North Carolina Charlotte 49ers Grass
Isotopes Park 13,500 Albuquerque New Mexico New Mexico United Grass 2003 [64][65]
IU Michael A. Carroll Track & Soccer Stadium 12,100 Indianapolis Indiana Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis Jaguars Grass
J. Birney Crum Stadium 15,000 Allentown Pennsylvania Lehigh Valley Jazz Grass
Jack Coffey Field 7,000 New York New York Fordham Rams FieldTurf 2004
Jaguar Park Baton Rouge Louisiana Southern Lady Jaguars Grass
James G. Pressly Stadium 4,500 Gainesville Florida Florida Gators Grass
James M. Shuart Stadium 11,929 Hempstead New York New York Cosmos; Hofstra Pride FieldTurf 1962
Jeffrey Field 5,000 University Park Pennsylvania Penn State Nittany Lions Grass 1972 2006 Collegiate Soccer Field of the Year by the SportsTurf Managers Association
John Crain Field at the OU Soccer Complex 3,500 Norman Oklahoma Oklahoma Sooners Grass 2000
John Elway Stadium 3,000 Granada Hills California San Fernando Valley Quakes FieldTurf
John O'Quinn Field at Corbin J. Robertson Stadium 32,000 Houston Texas currently being rebuilt for the Houston Cougars football team Grass 1942 Former home of the Houston Dynamo, located on the campus of the University of Houston, renovated in 2006
Juan Ramón Loubriel Stadium 22,000 Bayamón Puerto Rico Puerto Rico FC Grass 1973
Fifth Third Bank Stadium 8,300 Kennesaw Georgia Kennesaw State Owls, Atlanta Beat 2010
Kermit Tipton Stadium 6,600 Johnson City Tennessee Tri-Cities Otters Artificial turf 2010
Keyworth Stadium 7,500 Hamtramck Michigan Detroit City FC FieldTurf 1936
Kezar Stadium 9,044 San Francisco California San Francisco City FC

Local Teams

Grass 1925;1990 Rebuilt in 1990 on the site of the former stadium [66][67]
Kino North Stadium 3,200 Tucson Arizona FC Tucson Grass 1998 Part of the Kino Sports Complex [68][69]
Klöckner Stadium 7,906 Charlottesville Virginia Virginia Cavaliers Grass
Koskinen Stadium 7,000 Durham North Carolina Duke Blue Devils Grass
Krenzler Field 2,000 Cleveland Ohio Cleveland City Stars & Cleveland State Vikings FieldTurf
Kuntz Stadium 6,800 Indianapolis Indiana F.C. Indiana (WPSL) and F. C. Indiana (NPSL) Grass
Lady Demon Soccer Complex 1,000 Natchitoches Louisiana Northwestern State Lady Demons Grass 2010
Lady Techster Soccer Complex Ruston Louisiana Louisiana Tech Lady Techsters Grass 2009
Legends Stadium 2,000 Quincy Illinois Quincy Hawks and Lady Hawks FieldTurf 1978
Lamar Soccer Complex[70] 500 Beaumont Texas Lamar Lady Cardinals Grass 2009[71] Located on the campus of Lamar University[72]
Laney Eagle Stadium 5,500 Oakland California Oakland Roots SC

Laney College Eagles

FieldTurf [73][74]
Legacy Early College Field 4,000 Greenville South Carolina Greenville Triumph Artificial Turf [75]
Legion Field 71,594 Birmingham Alabama 1996 Summer Olympics venue FieldTurf 1926 Former match site of USSF men's national team
Legion Stadium 5,300 Wilmington North Carolina Wilmington Hammerheads Grass
Lincoln Financial Field 68,532 Philadelphia Pennsylvania Philadelphia Union 2010 debut home opener Grass 2003 2003 FIFA Women's World Cup, 2009 CONCACAF Gold Cup, international club friendlies
Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum 93,607 Los Angeles California International Matches Grass 1923 Hosted the 1932 and 1984 Summer Olympics
U.S. National Register of Historic Places site, a U.S. National Historic Landmark
Louisville Slugger Field 13,131 Louisville Kentucky Louisville City FC Grass 2000
Loyola Soccer Park 500 Chicago Illinois Loyola Ramblers

Chicago FC United

FieldTurf 1996 [76]
LSU Soccer Stadium 2,197 Baton Rouge Louisiana LSU Tigers Grass 1996
Lucas Oil Stadium 67,000 Indianapolis Indiana Indy Eleven Shaw Sports Momentum Pro 2008 Indoor Stadium [77]
Ludwig Field 7,000 College Park Maryland Maryland Terrapins Grass
Lumen Field 67,000 Seattle Washington Seattle Sounders FC

Select international matches

FieldTurf 2002 Sounders FC regular season match seating capacity is 38,500 [78]
Lusitano Stadium 3,000 Ludlow Massachusetts Western Mass Pioneers

Gremio Lusitano

Grass 1918 [79]
Lynn Family Stadium 11,700 Louisville Kentucky Louisville City FC

Racing Louisville

Grass 2020 [80][81]
M&T Bank Stadium 71,008 Baltimore Maryland Some international matches and European league friendlies Grass 1998
Mackay Stadium 29,993 Reno Nevada Nevada Wolf Pack FieldTurf 1966 The playing field is 4,610 feet above sea level
MacKenzie Alumni Field 1,000 Macomb Illinois Western Illinois Leathernecks Grass
Macpherson Stadium 3,000 Browns Summit North Carolina North Carolina Fusion U23 Grass 2002 [82]
Manchester Meadows Soccer Complex 750 Rock Hill South Carolina Charlotte Independence II

Local Teams

Grass 2006 [83]
Mapfre Stadium 20,455 Columbus Ohio Formerly Columbus Crew SC

2003 Women's World Cup

Various International Friendlies

Grass 1999 The first MLS Soccer-specific stadium [84]
Mazzella Field 2,440 New Rochelle New York Iona Gaels FieldTurf 1989
McAlister Field 1,000 Los Angeles California USC Trojans Grass 1998
McCulloch Stadium 2,500 Salem Oregon Cascade Surge FieldTurf
McEneaney Field 3,000 Sioux Falls South Dakota Sioux Falls Spitfire
Meares Stadium 5,000 Mars Hill North Carolina Mars Hill Lions FieldTurf
Memorial Stadium 20,000 Manhattan Kansas K-State club soccer and local teams FieldTurf
Memorial Stadium 17,000 Seattle Washington Local teams AstroTurf 1948 Former home of Seattle Sounders of the NASL and the Sounders of the A-League
Memorial Stadium 5,200 Portland Maine GPS Portland Phoenix

Deering High School

FieldTurf Also used for football [85]
Memorial Stadium 5,000 Asheville North Carolina Asheville City SC Artificial Turf 1925 [86]
Mercedes-Benz Stadium 42,500 (expandable to 71,000) Atlanta Georgia Atlanta United games Field Turf 2017 [87]
Mercedes-Benz Superdome 73,208 New Orleans Louisiana Some international matches Act Global Synthetic Turf 1975 Formerly known as the Louisiana Superdome
Merlo Field 4,892 Portland Oregon Portland Timbers 2, Portland Pilots Grass 1992
Method Road 3,000 Raleigh North Carolina North Carolina State Wolfpack Grass
MetLife Stadium 82,566 East Rutherford New Jersey Some international matches FieldTurf 2010 Formerly called New Meadowlands Stadium
Metropolitan Oval 1,500 New York City New York Local teams FieldTurf 1925
Michigan Stadium 107,601 Ann Arbor Michigan Michigan Wolverines FieldTurf 1927 Highest attendance for a soccer match in the USA (109,318) in a match between Real Madrid and Manchester United
Midlothian Stadium 8,176 Midlothian Texas High school and local teams FieldTurf
Mike A. Myers Stadium 20,000 Austin Texas Texas Longhorns Grass
Mike Rose Stadium 2,500 Memphis Tennessee Memphis Tigers Grass
Miller Stadium 11,00 Oklahoma City Oklahoma Rayo OKC Grass
Minute Maid Park 40,950 Houston Texas Some international matches Grass 2000 retractable roof stadium
Mitchel Athletic Complex Stadium 10,102 Uniondale New York New York Cosmos FieldTurf 1984
Moretz Stadium 8,500 Hickory North Carolina Lenoir-Rhyne Bears GrassV
Morrison Stadium 6,000 Omaha Nebraska Creighton Bluejays Grass
Morrone Stadium 4,500 Storrs Connecticut Connecticut Huskies Grass
MSU Soccer Park 5,000 Montclair New Jersey Montclair State Red Hawks

New York Red Bulls II

New York Red Bulls U23

Grass 1998 [88]
National Sports Center 8,500 Blaine Minnesota Minnesota United FC Grass Former home of the Minnesota Thunder
Navy-USMC Memorial Stadium 34,000 Annapolis Maryland Crystal Palace Baltimore FieldTurf 1959
Negoesco Stadium 3,000 San Francisco California USF Dons FieldTurf 1982
New Columbus Crew Stadium 20,000 Columbus Ohio Columbus Crew SC Grass 2021 [89]
Newton Campus Soccer Field 2,000 Newton Massachusetts Boston College Eagles AstroTurf 1999
Nicholls Soccer Complex 1,000 Thibodaux Louisiana Nicholls Colonels Grass
Nickerson Field 10,412 Boston Massachusetts Boston University Terriers, former home of the WPS Boston Breakers FieldTurf 1915;1955 Opened as Braves Field only the right-field pavilion and entry gate are part of the current stadium
Nippert Stadium 32,250 Cincinnati Ohio Formerly FC Cincinnati Act Global Turf 1915 [90][91]
Nissan Stadium 68,798 Nashville Tennessee Nashville SC

Various International Matches

Grass 1999 Formerly named Adelphia Coliseum and The Coliseum [92]
NRG Stadium 71,500 Houston Texas Some USA & Mexico matches Grass 2002 Retractable roof stadium
Oakland–Alameda County Coliseum 47,416 Oakland California Some international matches Grass 1966 Former home for premier matches of the San Jose Earthquakes
Ohio Stadium 102,329 Columbus Ohio Ohio State Buckeyes FieldTurf 1921 Former home of the Columbus Crew with seating capacity artificially reduced
ONEOK Field 7,833 Tulsa Oklahoma FC Tulsa Grass 2010 Primarily used for baseball [93]
Oracle Park 41,265 San Francisco California Some international matches Grass 2000 Primarily used for baseball [94][95]
PAL Stadium 5,000 San Jose California San Jose Frogs Grass
Pan American Stadium 5,000 New Orleans Louisiana New Orleans Jesters FieldTurf 1973 Former home for USISL matches of the New Orleans Riverboat Gamblers
Papa John's Cardinal Stadium 56,000 Louisville Kentucky Some USA women's matches FieldTurf 1998
Papa Murphy's Park 11,569 Sacramento California Sacramento Republic FC Grass 2014 Formerly known as Bonney Field [96]
Patriots Point Soccer Complex 2,000 Mount Pleasant South Carolina Charleston Cougars

Charleston Battery

Grass [97]
Patriot Stadium 3,000 El Paso Texas El Paso Patriots Grass
PayPal Park 18,000 San Jose California San Jose Earthquakes Grass 2015 [98]
Pennington Field 12,000 Bedford Texas DFW Tornados, High school soccer Astroplay 1000
Peoria Sports Complex 12,339 Peoria Arizona Formerly Phoenix Rising Grass 1994 Primarily used for baseball
Petco Park 42,445 San Diego California Some international matches Grass 2004
Pierce Memorial Field 8,000 Providence Rhode Island Rhode Island Stingrays Grass
Princeton Stadium 27,773 Princeton New Jersey Princeton Tigers FieldTurf 1998
Providence Park 25,218 Portland Oregon Portland Timbers

Portland Thorns FC

1999 and 2003 Women's World Cup

Various International Matches

FieldTurf 1926 Renovated for soccer in 2011, added seats in 2012, widened field in 2013.

Previously known as Multnomah Stadium, Civic Stadium, PGE Park, and Jeld-Wen Field.

[99]
Qualcomm Stadium 71,249 San Diego California Some international matches Grass 1967
Ragin' Cajuns Soccer/Track Facility 5,000 Lafayette Louisiana Louisiana–Lafayette Ragin' Cajuns Grass 1976
Ralph Korte Stadium 4,000 Edwardsville Illinois SIUE Cougars FieldTurf 1966
(Cougar Field)
1993
Ram Stadium 5,000 Shepherdstown West Virginia Shepherd Rams Grass
Raymond James Stadium 66,231 Tampa Florida Some USA matches

Formerly Tampa Bay Mutiny

Grass 1998
Red Bull Arena 25,189 Harrison New Jersey New York Red Bulls a

Sky Blue FC

Various International Matches

Grass 2010 [100]
Reinhart Field 1,500 New York City New York Maritime College Privateers FieldTurf
Pratt & Whitney Stadium at Rentschler Field 40,000 East Hartford Connecticut Various International Matches

Formerly Hartford Athletic

Toronto FC (2020 only)

Grass 2003 [101]
RFK Stadium 45,600 Washington, D.C. District of Columbia D.C. United Grass 1961
Rhodes Stadium 11,250 Elon North Carolina Elon Phoenix Grass
Riccardo Silva Stadiuim 20,000 Miami Florida Miami FC FieldTurf 1995 Primarily used for FIU Football [102]
Rice-Eccles Stadium 45,017 Salt Lake City Utah formerly Real Salt Lake FieldTurf 1927;1998 Rebuilt on the site of Rice Stadium, the Opening and Closing Ceremonies of the 2002 Winter Olympics
Richardson Stadium 6,000 Davidson North Carolina Davidson Wildcats Grass
Riggs Field 6,500 Clemson South Carolina Clemson Tigers Grass
Rio Tinto Stadium 20,008 Sandy Utah Real Salt Lake
Formerly Utah Royals
some international matches
Grass 2008 [103]
Robert K. Kraft Field at Lawrence A. Wien Stadium 17,000 New York City New York Columbia Lions FieldTurf 1984
Rochester Rhinos Stadium 13,768 Rochester New York Rochester Rhinos & Western New York Flash FieldTurf 2006 Formerly PAETEC Park, Marina Auto Stadium and Sahlen's Stadium
Rocky Mount Athletic Complex 5,000 Rocky Mount North Carolina North Carolina Wesleyan Bishops Grass
Rose Bowl 94,542 Pasadena California 1994 FIFA World Cup
1999 FIFA Women's World Cup
Los Angeles Galaxy

Various international matches

Grass 1922 U.S. National Register of Historic Places site and a U.S. National Historic Landmark
Rutgers Stadium 52,454 Piscataway New Jersey Occasional NCAA tournament matches, 1995 U.S. Cup FieldTurf 1994
Sand Creek Stadium 3,500 Colorado Springs Colorado Colorado Springs Switchbacks Grass 1985, 2015
Sanford Stadium 92,746 Athens Georgia 1996 Summer Olympics
men & women's finals
Grass 1929 Located on the campus of the University of Georgia
Schoenbaum Stadium 6,000 Charleston West Virginia West Virginia Alliance

Local Teams

FieldTurf 2000 [104]
Setzler Field 4,000 Newberry South Carolina Newberry Indians Grass
SeatGeek Stadium 20,000 Bridgeview Illinois Formerly Chicago Fire S.C.

Chicago Red Stars

Grass 2006 formerly Toyota Park
Segra Field 5,000 Leesburg Virginia Loudoun United

Washington Spirit

Grass 2019 [105][106]
Seminole Soccer Complex 2,000 Tallahassee Florida Florida State Seminoles Grass 1999
Shawnee Mission District Stadium 6,150 Overland Park Kansas Formerly FC Kansas City Turf 2005 Site of the first NWSL Game
Shea Stadium 3,800 Peoria Illinois Bradley Braves

Peoria City

Grass 1970 Built as a baseball stadium, converted into a soccer stadium in 2002. [107][108]
Shuford Stadium 4,500 Salisbury North Carolina Catawba College Indians Grass
Simplot Stadium 4,001 Caldwell Idaho Local teams Grass
Skidelsky Field at City Park Stadium 1,845 New Rochelle New York Westchester Flames
Skyline Sports Complex 4,000 Harrisburg Pennsylvania Harrisburg City Islanders Grass
Soldier Field 61,500 Chicago Illinois 1994 FIFA World Cup, Chicago Fire FC Grass 1924 Renovated in 2003 [109][110]
Southeastern Soccer Complex 1,000 Hammond Louisiana Southeastern Louisiana Lady Lions Grass 2002
Southwest University Park 7,500 El Paso Texas El Paso Locomotive FC Grass 2014 Primarily used for baseball [111]
Spartan Stadium 30,456 San Jose California Some international matches FieldTurf 1933 Former home of NASL's San Jose Earthquakes (NASL), MLS' San Jose Clash/Earthquakes, and the WUSA's San Jose CyberRays
Sports Authority Field at Mile High 76,125 Denver Colorado Some international matches Grass 2001 Former home of the Colorado Rapids
Sports Backers Stadium 3,250 Richmond Virginia Richmond Kickers Future Grass
Sportsplex at Matthews 5,000 Matthews North Carolina Formerly Charlotte Independence

Charlotte Eagles/Lady Eagles

Stumptown Athletic

Grass 2017 [112]
Spry Stadium 3,000 Winston-Salem North Carolina Wake Forest Demon Deacons Grass
St. Louis Soccer Park 6,200 Fenton Missouri St. Louis FC, Local teams FieldTurf 1987 Former home of AC St. Louis and Saint Louis Athletica
Stambaugh Stadium 20,630 Youngstown Ohio Youngstown State Penguins SprinTurf
Stanford Stadium 50,000 Stanford California San Jose Earthquakes premier matches, 1994 FIFA World Cup, 1984 Summer Olympics (capacity then was 85,500) Grass 1921;2006 Rebuilt in 2006 on the site of the former stadium
Starfire Sports Complex 2,500 Tukwila Washington Seattle Sounders FC 2
Seattle Reign FC
FK Pacific & Hibernian & Caledonian
FieldTurf 2005 Former home of the Seattle Sounders of the USL-1
Stevens Stadium 10,300 Santa Clara California Santa Clara Broncos, San Jose Earthquakes Grass 1962 Renovated in 2008, formerly a baseball stadium named Buck Shaw Stadium
Stone Stadium 6,000 Columbia South Carolina South Carolina Gamecocks Grass
Student Activity Center 8,500 Laredo Texas Alexander Bulldogs, LBJ Wolves, United Longhorns, United South Panthers FieldTurf
Subaru Park 18,500 Chester Pennsylvania Philadelphia Union Grass 2010 [113]
SU Soccer Stadium 1,500 Syracuse New York Syracuse Orange Grass 1996
Switchbacks Training Stadium 5,000 Colorado Springs Colorado Formerly Colorado Springs Switchbacks Grass 1985 Renovated in 2015 [114]
Tad Gormley Stadium 26,500 New Orleans Louisiana Local teams GameDay Grass 1937 Former home for USL A-League matches of the New Orleans Riverboat Gamblers
Taft Stadium 7,500 Oklahoma City Oklahoma Oklahoma City Energy FC

Oklahoma City Public Schools

Grass 1934 Renovated in 1999 and 2015 [115]
Texas A&M International University Soccer Complex 4,000 Laredo Texas Laredo Heat

Texas A&M International University Dustdevils

Grass
Titan Stadium 10,000 Fullerton California Cal State Fullerton Titans Grass 1992
Torero Stadium 6,000 San Diego California San Diego Toreros

San Diego Loyal

Grass 1961 Also used for football and rugby [116][117]
Toyota Field 8,500 San Antonio Texas San Antonio Scorpions Grass 2012 [118]
Toyota Stadium 21,193 Frisco Texas FC Dallas Grass 2005 [119]
Tropical Park Stadium 7,000 Miami Florida Miami Dade FC

FC Miami City

Local Teams

Grass 1979 [120]
Turner Soccer Complex 1,750 Athens Georgia Georgia Bulldogs Grass
U-M Soccer Complex 2,200 Ann Arbor Michigan University of Michigan Wolverines Grass 2010
UC Riverside Soccer Stadium 1,000 Riverside California UC Riverside Highlanders Tiger Turf 2007
UCF Soccer Complex 2,000 Orlando Florida UCF Knights Grass
Uihlein Soccer Park 7,000 Milwaukee Wisconsin Milwaukee Kickers Grass
ULM Soccer Complex 500 Monroe Louisiana Louisiana–Monroe Warhawks Grass 2006
UMBC Stadium 4,500 Catonsville Maryland UMBC Retrievers & Crystal Palace Baltimore Deso-Turf
UNCG Soccer Stadium 3,540 Greensboro North Carolina UNC Greensboro Spartans Grass
State Farm Stadium 63,400 Glendale Arizona Some USA & Mexico matches Grass 2006 Retractable roof stadium
University of Richmond Stadium 22,000 Richmond Virginia Richmond Kickers Grass 1929 Was the site of the NCAA Division I Men's Soccer Championship from 1995 to 1998
University Stadium (UNM) 38,643 Albuquerque New Mexico Some USA matches Grass 1960
Ventura College Sportsplex 3,000 Ventura California Ventura County Fusion

Ventura Pirates

Artificial Turf 2009 [121]
Vert Stadium 1,100 High Point North Carolina High Point Panthers FieldTurf 2007 Also used for lacrosse [122][123]
Virginia Beach Sportsplex 6,000 Virginia Beach Virginia Virginia Beach United FC

Local Teams

Artificial Turf 1999 [124]
Waddell Stadium 6,000 Charlotte North Carolina Charlotte Eagles Grass
Waipi‘o Peninsula Soccer Stadium 4,500 Waipio Hawaii Hawaiʻi Rainbow Wahine Grass
WakeMed Soccer Park 10,000 Cary North Carolina North Carolina Courage

North Carolina FC

North Carolina FC U23

Grass 2002 [125]
War Memorial Stadium 23,000 Wailuku Hawaii Local matches Grass 1969
Warren McGuirk Alumni Stadium 17,000 Hadley Massachusetts 1987 NCAA women's soccer championship Grass
Waukee Stadium 6,200 Waukee Iowa Formerly Des Moines Menace

High School Soccer

Grass
Weidner Field 8,000 Colorado Springs Colorado Colorado Springs Switchbacks Grass 2021 [114][126]
Werner Park 9,023 Papillion Nebraska Union Omaha Grass 2011 Primarily used for baseball [127]
West End Stadium 26,000 Cincinnati Ohio FC Cincinnati Grass 2021 [128]
Westside Athletic Complex 2,500 Danbury Connecticut West Conn Colonials

AC Connecticut

SprintTurf 2003 Also used for football, lacrosse, and field hockey [129][130]
Wheeling Island Stadium 12,220 Wheeling West Virginia High school soccer Grass
WRAL Soccer Center 3,200 Raleigh North Carolina Local teams Grass
Yankee Stadium 54,251 New York City New York New York City FC

Some international matches

Grass 2009 Primarily used for baseball [131]
Zions Bank Stadium 5,000 Herriman Utah Real Monarchs Artificial Turf 2018 Host of the 2020 NWSL Challenge Cup [132][133]

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