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Villanova Stadium

Goodreau Field & Jumbo Elliott Track

Villanova Stadium was built in 1927 and is home to Villanova Football, Field Hockey, Men's & Women's Lacrosse, Men's & Women's Track & Field and intramurals. The Villanova Stadium playing field was dedicated to Leo Goodreau, a Villanova football player who died while competing in practice. The track was dedicated to Villanova's legendary track and field coach James "Jumbo" Elliot.

In 1999 the stadium underwent a face-lift to add a state of the art press box. The press box includes the Academic Resource Center (also known as the ARC) on the second floor which can also be used as a 100 person meeting room.

The stadium seats 12,500 spectators and features a Field Turf playing surface lined for football, men's lacrosse, women's lacrosse and field hockey.