Linda Johnson Smith Soccer Stadium

Holy Cross Athletics

The 1,320-seat Linda Johnson Smith Soccer Stadium officially opened in the fall of 2006, for the beginning of the 2006 soccer season. The first regular season game played at the stadium was between the Holy Cross women and Providence on Aug. 25, 2006, while the official blessing and dedication was held on Sept. 8, 2006, prior to the men's game with St. Bonaventure. The stadium is located behind the Luth Athletic Complex, and serves as the first-ever permanent home for Crusader soccer.

The surface of the field is natural grass, with spectator seating on both sides of the field. The stadium also has permanent lights, allowing both the men's and women's soccer teams to play home games at night. In the fall of 2016, a new sound system was installed at the stadium.

Entrance to the stadium is via the Greene Family Plaza. A successful fundraising campaign raised funds to support construction of the facility and indoor changing / meeting rooms for the men's and women's teams.

As the stadium is located adjacent to the turf field and track, spectator stands were built on both sides, accommodating fans at both facilities.

Capacity: 1,320
Built: 2005

Linda Johnson Smith Soccer Stadium

 



 

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