Top 5 College Soccer Stadiums To Play At
Playing college soccer is a dream for every young player growing up. Whether it's the ecstatic crowds at UCSB and Wake Forest or the terrific sceneries at Cal Poly and UNC, here are the top 5 college soccer stadiums in the country.
Creighton has been dominant at home due to their beautiful field and loud, large crowds. Their 89-17-13 record in their first 11 seasons on their home turf proves greatness. The advantage ensures that Creighton is always a top 25 team. The pristine grass field is set up in a gorgeous stadium with the Omaha skyline in the backdrop.
The crowds are always loud and proud in Ohio at Cub Cadet Field. Akron's home turf has proved to be a tough place to win at as the Zips hold a 5-0-1 home conference record in 2016. If you are headed to Akron, be ready for a beautitful night of fans, cheers and, of course, the world's game.
North Carolina's college reign over the world's game has gone unrivaled. Fetzer Field holds true with audacious crowds and beautiful backdrops. Trying to find an amazing place to watch a top 25 team stand their ground at home? Get yourself down to Chapel Hill.
Alex G. Spanos Stadium, home of the Mustangs in San Luis Obispo, comes 2nd on our list. The 11,075 person capacity makes for wild and largely attended matches. It's almost always full on game nights, but, be weary opponents, getting a win here is no small task.
Last but not least, UCSB takes the cake. Also known as "Soccer Heaven", Harder Stadium is a 17,000 capacity madhouse on gamedays. Breaking records on attendence just about every season and being dominant at home have been a very effective solution for the Gauchos. The Santa Barbara skyline will leave you breathless. Trust us, "Soccer Heaven" is an accurate description.