We wanted to find out where the best fields are to watch college soccer. So we asked you, the experts, and you delivered. 

The fans, the field, the scenery can all play a part in the electric feel of experiencing a collegiate soccer game. 

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Fortunately, there are many places in college soccer you can experience a match with all these elements. But what makes a college soccer stadium great? Well, that is up for debate. 

To find out more about the best stadiums in college soccer, we reached out to folks on Twitter to get their thoughts and opinions. And college soccer fans came through with some hot takes.

Below are 9 of the best places to watch soccer, along with some honorable mentions: 

 

Morrison Stadium | Creighton 

Morrison Stadium, which was built in 2004, has a seating capacity of 7,500. The stadium includes a video scoreboard, champions room, nearly 2,000 covered chairback seating, five luxury suites, an enclosed press box, concession stands and a banquet area. According to Creighton Athletics, since the facility was built both the women’s and men’s programs have seen record-setting attendance numbers, with the men ranking in the NCAA top 10 every year since 2003 and the women topping the league in attendance 10 of the past 12 seasons.

And look at this minecraft masterpiece dedicated to Morrison Stadium that we must also appreciate. 

 

Jeffrey Field | Penn State

According to Penn State’s website, Jeffrey Field is widely regarded as one of the finest grass surfaces in the country and honored as the 2006 Collegiate Soccer Field of the Year by the SportsTurf Managers Association. The stadium holds 5,000 and in 2003 added a press box, video booth, expanded bleachers and a new field surface. 

 

Spry Stadium | Wake Forest 

Spry Stadium, which holds about 3,000 capacity, is considered one of the top facilities in college soccer. The complex features a fully-lit natural grass playing field along with two lit natural grass practice fields. Spry stadium also includes a state-of-the-art scoreboard, sound system, locker rooms for both the men’s and women’s teams, a pressbox with rooftop observation deck and concession stands. 

 

FirstEnergy Stadium | Akron

 

Stone Stadium | South Carolina

Stone Stadium was debuted in 1996. The surface was replaced in 2009 with a new state-of-the-art irrigation system was installed, along with new sod for the entire field surface. The seating capacity is 5,000.