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Construction in progress for $20 Million OSU Women’s Soccer Program



Construction in progress for $20 Million OSU Women’s Soccer Program


Oklahoma, USA


Oklahoma State University

Estimated Cost:

$20 Million



The Oklahoma State University athletics complex will construct New Stadium for the OSU women’s soccer program with an investment of $20 Million.


The new facility will be a showcase for college soccer with club seats, plaza and upper bowl gathering areas and a north end zone terrace area and seating designed specifically for OSU students. Team facilities include locker rooms, meeting areas, kitchen facilities, sports medicine areas and equipment rooms. The stadium will be able to accommodate more than 3,500 fans in permanent seats.

The west side of the stadium will include 552 bleacher seats, 659 chairback seats and 432 stadium seats in the lower bowl. The upper bowl will feature another 378 chairback seats and 164 stadium seats.

Atop the west side of the stadium will be two club levels with a capacity of 80 and two suites with a capacity of 20 guests each. A new press box will sit atop the stadium. The west side will be anchored by a club area at field level that can host more than 100 and serve as a player lounge and nutrition area on non-game days.

The north end zone includes bleacher seating for more than 400 and will include a patio, a building and a concourse area that can host more than 125 for gatherings.

Another additional 900 seats will remain on the east side of the stadium, where they have been located since the program was launched.

The stadium will be named after the project’s benefactor, Oklahoma State graduate Neal Patterson. With completion planned for the fall of 2018.