Gibson-Nagurski Football Complex

The Gibson-Nagurski Football Complex is home to Golden Gopher Football. Named in honor of Gopher greats George Gibson and Bronko Nagurski, the complex is a state-of-the-art facility housing the team administrative offices, team locker room, team meeting rooms, equipment room, training room, and players' lounges. The Complex also has the following top-notch amenities:
  • 12,000 square-foot, multi-level weight training facility
  • Indoor and outdoor AstroPlay® practice field facilities
  • Elite athletic training facility complete with treatment rooms, whirlpools, steam room and rehabilitation equipment
    • Recently completed $1 million renovation
    • 4,000 square feet
    • Large treatment area with 10 treatment tables
    • Physician's exam room
    • Ice room with direct access to practice field
    • Open rehabilitation space for cardiovascular machines, rehab machines and for performing functional exercises
  • McNamara Academic Center with two computer labs and 10 tutor rooms and classrooms
  • Spacious locker room and team meeting rooms for each position and coaches
  • Two player lounges with large screen televisions, pool table and plenty of furniture
  • Extensive Hall of Fame depicting the tradition and history of Golden Gopher Football

 

 

Jane Sage Cowles Stadium

Jane Sage Cowles Stadium has both grandstand (bench-back) and stadium (box-chair) seating for 1,000 spectators. Along with the primary playing field, the facility is complete with dugouts, double warm-up bullpens and batting cages down the first-base line that allow teams full use of the facility.

A two-story building behind home plate houses the team locker room and also includes restrooms, food services, athletic training, a full press box and team meeting facilities. Jane Sage Cowles Stadium would not be complete without a lighted scoreboard and state-of-the-art sound system that add to the overall experience of the game.

A ticket kiosk and plaza area are built at the entrance of the stadium, along with additional practice facilities. Jane Sage Cowles Stadium has wheelchair access and seating areas. The University has its own 'Field of Dreams' that is both attractive to recruits and fan-friendly to the people of Minnesota.