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UCF Soccer and Track Stadium

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UCF Soccer and Track Stadium
UCF Soccer and Track Stadium.jpg
LocationOrlando, Florida,
United States
Coordinates28°36′28″N 81°11′43″W / 28.60765°N 81.19520°W / 28.60765; -81.19520
Public transitUCF Transit Center, Lynx
OwnerUniversity of Central Florida
OperatorUniversity of Central Florida
Record attendance2,706 (2013)
Field size347 feet (106 m) x 200 feet (61 m)
8 lane, 400 meter track[1]
SurfaceNatural Grass / Martin Surface[1]
(27–28 years ago)
(7–8 years ago)
UCF Knights (NCAA) (1991–present)
Men's soccer, women's soccer, track and field, cross country
Kraze United (NPSL) (2015)
Official site

The UCF Soccer and Track Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium located on the main campus of the University of Central Florida in Orlando, Florida, United States.[1] The 2,000-seat stadium is home to the UCF Knights track and field, cross country and soccer teams. The Knights compete in the American Athletic Conference (The American).

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Knights Plaza, part of UCF's Athletic Village
Knights Plaza, part of UCF's Athletic Village

UCF's Soccer and Track Stadium is located on the northern edge of the University of Central Florida's 1,415-acre (573 ha) main campus, which is approximately 13 miles (21 km) northeast of downtown Orlando and 55 miles (89 km) southwest of Daytona Beach.[2]

The stadium is located within Knights Plaza, which is a part of UCF's Athletic Village. The Plaza is home to the CFE Arena, the indoor arena of UCF Knights basketball, and The Venue, home of the Knights volleyball program and Spectrum Stadium. Also located in Knights Plaza are John Euliano Park, the home field of Knights baseball, and The Towers residence halls, which house 2,000 UCF students, including student-athletes.[3]


The field and the old stand, built in 2004, still in use.
The field and the old stand, built in 2004, still in use.

The stadium was built in 1991, and during the summer of 2004, the track was resurfaced and enhanced. The complex underwent another further renovation in 2008, adding long jump and triple jump pits as well as an expanded throwing area.[1]

In 2011, the stadium was heavily renovated, boasting a 2,000 seat capacity with a new 1,475-seat stand, press box, 7,500 square feet (700 m2) clubhouse, restrooms and new entrance on the west side of the facility. The original 500-seat stand was retained as a visitors' stand.[4] The renovated stadium opened in May 2011.

The soccer field is made of natural grass and measures 347 feet (106 m) x 200 feet (61 m). The complex includes throwing areas for the hammer, discus, shot put, long jump, and triple jump pits.[1]

International soccer matches

UCF Soccer and Track Stadium hosted its first international soccer match on January 16, 2015.[5]

Date Result Competition
January 16, 2015  Canada 1–2  Iceland Friendly[6]
January 19, 2015  Canada 1–1  Iceland Friendly[7]

See also


  1. ^ a b c d e "UCF Knights - Official Athletics Site - Facilities | UCF Soccer and Track Complex".
  2. ^ "Facts About UCF". UCF Office of Institutional Research. Archived from the original on 2012-04-15. Retrieved 2010-11-13.
  3. ^ "UCF Men's 2009-2010 Golf Yearbook". University of Central Florida. Retrieved 2010-11-13.
  4. ^ "UCF to Open New Stadium With Thursday's Twilight Meet - UCF Knights - Official Athletics Site".
  5. ^ Squizzato, Daniel. "CanMNT: Canada set January friendlies against Iceland in Orlando". Major League Soccer. Archived from the original on December 17, 2014. Retrieved 17 December 2014.
  6. ^ "Canada v Iceland".
  7. ^ "Canada v Iceland".

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