Built For Lacrosse

Welcome to the home of Ohio State Lacrosse.

Built for Buckeyes, by Buckeyes, the Ohio State Lacrosse Stadium is one of North America’s premier lacrosse-specific stadiums.

Featuring a seating capacity of over 1,800 with 360-degree vantage points, a state-of-the-art heated turf, a first-class training room, and more, the Ohio State Lacrosse Stadium is set to open in the spring of 2023 and is located at 630 Irving Schottenstein Drive, Columbus, OH  43210, between the Covelli Center and the Ty Tucker Tennis Center.


Stadium Features

  • Seating


    Every seat has a clear line of sight towards the pitch, whether you are in a seatback, under the grandstand, or enjoying from the rooftop viewing section.

    – “360-degree” viewing opportunity
    – Clear line-of-sight from under grandstand seating
    – 1,894 total seats, including standing-room only.
    – 772 grandstand seats, including 112 grandstand seatbacks
    – Six gates available for entry

  • Field


    The stadium features a state-of-the-art lacrosse field, which includes:

    – Heated artificial turf
    – 640,000,000 individual fiber strands (grass blades)
    – 24 heat sensors
    – Over 21 miles of 5/8” PEX piping used for heating the surface

  • North Building

    North Building

    Student-athletes will have year-round access to the lacrosse-specific training area on the north side of the stadium, which features:

    – Shooting room (practice room)
    – Training room
    – Two locker rooms
    – Outdoor wall ball
    – Rooftop viewing area
    – Officials locker room
    – Public restrooms

  • Aerial View

    Aerial View

    A view of the Buckeye Lacrosse Stadium from the north.

    In addition to the east-side seating and grandstand seating, fans will be able to enjoy the game from the rooftop viewing area, as seen at the bottom of the image atop the north building.

  • Aerial View

    Aerial View

    An aerial view from the northwest corner of the stadium showcases multiple entrance gates, the ticket office on the west concourse, the rooftop viewing area, as well as additional seating on the east side of the stadium.

  • Concourse


    Multiple entrance gates will be located along exterior of the stadium’s west side, as will the ticket office.

    Concession stands and public restrooms will be lined along the wests concourse, and fans will have a clear line of sight from under the west grandstand to the field.

Stadium Overview

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Stadium Timeline

  • Nov. 16, 2018

    First Donation Gift Received

    The Ohio State Lacrosse Stadium receives its first substantial gift from an anonymous donor, marking the first shift from game days at Ohio Stadium to their new home starting in 2023.

  • Aug. 19, 2021

    Board of Trustees Approves Stadium Construction

    The Board of Trustees officially approves the newest addition to Ohio State’s Athletic District, with the stadium being funded entirely through philanthropic support.

  • Nov. 4, 2021

    Stadium Groundbreaking

    Placed between the Ty Tucker Tennis Center and the Jennings Wrestling Facility, construction officially begins on the state-of-the-art $24.9 million dollar lacrosse stadium less than two months after receiving approval from the Board of Trustees.

  • Oct. 13, 2022

    Lights Installed

    Among the many features included in the lacrosse-specific stadium, all seven light poles towering over the field are officially installed.

  • Oct. 15, 2022

    Artificial Turf Installed

    Installation of the state-of-the-art heated artificial turf featuring a unique logo at center field, along with the “Buckeye Lacrosse” wordmark along the sidelines, is completed.

  • Jan. 9, 2023

    First Practice

    In preparation for the first of two preseason exhibitions, the men’s lacrosse team took to the field for its first official practice at the Ohio State Lacrosse Stadium. One week later, the women’s lacrosse team followed suit and commenced its first official practice on the new field.

Stadium Location

The Ohio State Lacrosse Stadium is located in the north end of Ohio State’s Athletics District, directly across the street from the Schumaker Complex.

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