Loyola Soccer Park

Since the beginning of the 1996 season, Loyola's soccer teams have called Loyola Soccer Park home. Located just a mile from the university's Lake Shore Campus in the heart of Rogers Park, the field has been instrumental in providing a sense of home for the teams while promoting both student and local fan support.

Prior to the 2005 season, the soccer field underwent a major renovation as FieldTurf was installed, replacing a natural grass surface. The park, which also received a facelift with new lights prior to the 2007 season, includes bleacher seating, a public address system, scoreboard and free parking. In the spring of 2000, construction of the Stevens Field House, which includes a locker room facility, a concession stand and a storage area, was completed.

The field is a definite sign of Loyola's commitment to both its men's and women's soccer programs. Besides giving the Ramblers an outstanding facility for training and games, its location in the heart of Rogers Park provides fans and visiting teams a unique and friendly atmosphere.

In 2003, Loyola Soccer Park was the site of the Horizon League Women's Soccer Championship as the Ramblers won their first title and claimed their first-ever NCAA Tournament berth. The soccer park has also been the site of IHSA playoff soccer contests.