Florida State unveiled its brand-new indoor practice facility in 2013, which allows the Seminoles to practice year-round in state-of-the-art championship facilities without disruptions from inclement weather conditions. The nearly $15-million, 92,000-square-foot facility features a 120-yard artificial turf field with a 2,000-square-foot training room, rehab area and storage space.
The facility is climate controlled and includes platforms that will allow for multiple video angles to be shot during practices. The field resembles Bobby Bowden Field inside Doak Campbell Stadium and includes garnet end zones.
FSU’s two full-size natural turf fields outside of the facility also were updated and feature a new tower between fields for video and viewing purposes. The entire project was funded by donations, including the $5 million pledge by Al and Judy Dunlap in Feb. 2011.