UNM Soccer Complex
The University of New Mexico women’s soccer program calls the UNM Soccer Complex. The complex received $200,000 worth of renovations over the summer of 2001, including six new irrigation drains. In the summer of 2012 the pitch itself was overhauled and replaced. Synthetically grown Bermuda grass, which is enhanced for growth and life expectancy, is now the current playing surface.
In the second phase of construction, the women’s soccer locker rooms underwent dramatic renovations, including new lockers, carpeting and floor tiling, upgraded shower facilities and a redesigned lighting and ceiling structure. The new and improved locker rooms now provide both visiting and home teams with professional style accommodations.
The UNM Soccer Complex has a seating capacity of 6,200. Located 5,335 feet above sea level, the complex also serves as the home for Lobo Track & Field in the spring.
Adjacent to the UNM Soccer Complex and L.F. “Tow” Diehm facility is spacious Robertson Field, which serves as the training center for the women’s soccer teams.
The lush synthetic Bermuda grass playing surface at the UNM Soccer Complex is carefully cut and treated before each game by UNM’s sports turf specialists. The women’s program has ranked in the top-20 national attendance consistently.