Ever wondered what being a D1 soccer player is like during pre-season? The sprints, the ice baths, the hydration & nutrition, the tactics – everything is vital at this time of year. YouTuber and Gardner Webb Assistant Coach Javi Bautista takes us inside the pre-season preparations for a D1 College Soccer Program.
Happy Fourth of July to all of our readers. We were sent this video this morning and feel it perfectly sums up the college soccer experience in the land of the free!
Courtesy of Soccer Chance USA
This commercial for Northwestern Soccer Boys Camp aired on Fox 32 during the Champions League Final between Real Madrid and Juventus on Saturday. Northwestern spectacularly showcased their soccer facilities – some of the best we’ve ever seen.
With spectacular views of Lake Michigan and the Chicago skyline, Lanny and Sharon Martin Stadium is one of the most aesthetic college soccer venues in the country. College Soccer camps are a great place for younger players to display their abilities in front of college coaches and the Northwestern Boys Camp will be no different. Being able to host the camp in such an amazing setting ensures that players return year after year.
World Wide Technology Soccer Park in St. Louis – the home of Webster University’s soccer program has fallen victim to the floods affecting the Midwest. The full extent of the damage won’t be known until the flood waters recede. Continue reading “Spring Season On Hold at Webster”
The D1 Design Group recently spent time updating some of the athletic facilities at Baylor University – Baylor don’t have a Men’s program and these facilities are exclusively for the Lady Bears team who compete in the Big 12 conference. The Williams Family Soccer Building has everything a student-athlete could wish for and more. Watch the videos below to get an appreciation for how awesome this place is…
NCAA Division 1 Women
December 4th 6PM – Avaya Stadium – San Jose, California
The magnificent BBVA Compass Stadium – home to the Houston Dynamo of MLS has been selected to host the 2016 Men’s College Cup. The final will kick off on December 11 at 1pm.
The Stadium has a capacity of 22,039 seats, including 34 private suites, 1,100 club seats, Premium Club, dedicated supporters stand, and food court. The stadium is designed to accommodate MLS and FIFA standard international soccer, football, lacrosse, rugby, and concerts. But who will be playing for the ultimate prize in Men’s college soccer?
Despite not having the most catchy name for a sporting venue the Dr. Mark & Cidney Lynn Stadium has to be one the most impressive soccer facilities in the country.
Home to the Louisville Cardinals Men’s and Women’s soccer teams, the stadium has a capacity of 5,300 and was just completed in August 2014.