Size: 15,600 SF / 5.5 acres
Client: Princeton University
Architect: Sasaki / James Corner Field Operations (Landscape Architect)

As part of a Campus Master Plan that will relocate athletic facilities onto Princeton University’s East Campus, a new Soccer Stadium was constructed adjacent to existing football practice fields. The Stadium included a natural grass competition soccer field, fencing, end of field netting, scoreboards, field pole lighting, and grandstand seating for over two thousand spectators. The project included two support buildings – an East and West Pavilion, that houses a ticket office, restrooms, concessions, locker and team rooms, space for athletic training, and an elevated press box and filming area. An elevated concourse surrounds the field, providing access to the grandstands and the two pavilions. The field was constructed over a grid of geothermal exchange bores, as well as a regional stormwater system.

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