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ASU’s intramural complex covers more than 235,000 square feet and includes two soccer fields, three 7-on-7 flag football fields, four 4-on-4 flag football fields, two softball fields, and a rugby field. The $1.8 million artificial turf installation was completed by Hellas Construction, which also installed the turf at ASU’s Mayer Softball Field and LeGrand Baseball Stadium.

The ASU Soccer Field is located on the southwest side of campus, on the corner of Victory Lane and Varsity Lane.

The field has a natural grass playing field and practice areas surrounding the field area. The game field meets or exceeds every NCAA standard and runs in an east-west direction. The field can support three short-side fields for spring practice and 6 vs. 6 or 7 vs. 7 tournament play. The field also has portable regulation soccer goals in addition to permanent Kwik Goals.

A concession stand and permanent restroom area, located on the southwest corner of the field, were added for the 2001 season. The brick structure, which also has storage and a small athletic training area, is shared with the ASU softball program.

The field features three sets of portable aluminum bleachers seating more than 500 ASU fans, with the capacity to bring in more seating for larger games and events. The fan seating is located on the south side of the field, with the main public entrance located on the facility’s southeast corner, although there is access on the southwest corner as well. Parking is available on either the east or west side of the field.

The players' benches are located on the south side of the playing field. The program upgraded the player seating area prior to the 2010 season, with Kwik Goal Team Shelters complete with a custom awning to provide both shade and permanent seating in those areas. The Rambelles and opponents utilize locker rooms and training areas in the Junell Center.

The ASU Soccer Field was constructed in the spring of 1996, and the first game was played on the field on Sept. 14, 1996, when ASU hosted Texas A&M-Commerce and battled the Lions to a scoreless tie.

The field also features a full scoreboard and clock system. The system was erected on the field prior to the 1996 season and was made possible through the generous donations of 1st Community Federal Credit Union, Henry's Diner and Enrique's Restaurant. A sound system is available during the game for pre-game music, introductions and other game announcements. Additionally, high-speed internet lines were run to the press area to allow for live stats and a pay-per-view live video feed.