The Seminole Soccer Complex

FSU Soccer Complex

In 1995, Florida State introduced women’s soccer as its 17th varsity sport. The team played its first three seasons on a renovated intramural field while Tully Gym housed the Seminole locker room. By the spring of 1998, Florida State’s new complex started to become a reality, as ground was broken for the new facility and construction began. Although the new facility was not completed, the Seminoles began playing on their new field in the fall of 1998. The 1999 season marked the first full season in the new Seminole Soccer Complex, which is regarded as one of the nation’s best with its new top-playing surface.

Florida State has been almost unbeatable at home since the start of the team with a record of 266-56-14 (.810). At the current facility, the Seminoles are 253-47-16 (.825) and since 2005 the Seminoles are an incredible 191-16-11 (.901) at the Seminole Soccer Complex. In the 25 years at the Seminole Soccer Complex, the Seminoles have finished undefeated at home eight times and had doubles digit wins at home in 12 of those 25 seasons.

Over the last nine seasons, the Seminoles are averaging over 1,000 fans per game and have had nine of the 10 most attended games at the Seminole Soccer Complex. Over the last 16 seasons, the Seminoles have had crowds of over 2,000 fans 20 times.

FSU is Committed to Soccer

The state-of-the-art Seminole Soccer Complex includes ticket and concession buildings and a spacious press box, including press seating, radio/television booths and high-speed internet access. The two-level Mary Ann Stiles & Barry Smith Team Building houses the coaches’ offices which overlook the soccer field, a reception area, a combined workroom, a large team and coaches locker rooms, visiting team locker rooms and training and equipment rooms.  The team building underwent a multi-million dollar renovation to the second floor beginning in October of 2008. The expansion to the second floor will include new offices, a team meeting room, a tradition space for both sports and a player lounge.

FSU’s commitment to the success of the soccer program continues to show with the latest upgrades to the facility. Florida State unveiled a new video board in 2022.  The board uses the same technology that is used at most outdoor professional stadiums. The display will show a live broadcast of the game with a clock and statistics during play. The board will also allow the team to display a hype video and other videos that will help display the student-athletes personalities. The field was also resurfaced in 2022.

The Seminole Soccer Complex, which is adjacent to the FSU Softball Complex, is located between Dick Howser Baseball Stadium and Mike Long Track on Spirit Way. The facility can be accessed from both Spirit Way and Stadium Drive.

Top 10 Single Season Home Attendances

9/08/2006FloridaW, 1-0 4,582
9/05/2014FloridaL, 1-23,569
9/7/2018FloridaW, 1-03,379
9/6/2019FloridaW, 2-13,154
9/14/2018North CarolinaL, 1-03,146
11/26/22ArkansasW, 1-02,667
9/2/2021FloridaW, 5-22,552
10/28/2021VirginiaT, 1-12,388
9/13/2012DukeW, 1-0 2,300
8/31/2012FloridaW, 1-0 2,243

Home Attendance Year-By-Year

199552,922 584
1996105,106 511
199763,064 511
1998114,598 418
199982,958 370
200184,515 564
20041411,171 798
2005109,345 935


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