MGCCC Facilities: Football #intheblue

Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College has football facilities better than any community college in the state of Mississippi, and that match the quality of many NCAA Division I programs. The school is committed to providing the best support for its student-athletes, as evidenced by A.L. May Memorial Stadium and the King Center, which opened in 2016.

A.L. May Memorial Stadium seats 5,000 people, with state-of-the art suites and press box facilities. Gulf Coast teams have won three of its four national championships playing at the historic stadium.
The King Center contains the MGCCC Athletic Department offices, as well as the football team's locker room, team and position meeting rooms, and coaches offices. Classrooms are used by the entire student body, and all sports take advantage of the spacious Encore Rehabilitation/Bienville Orthopaedic Specialists Training Facility.
The locker room features spacious accommodations with secure storage in each stall that includes a charging station.
Gulf Coast plays with the latest uniforms and equipment technology.
The Bulldogs have 48 different uniform combinations.
The locker room has everything players need to get ready for practice and games.
Big-screen TVs are available throughout the locker room.
A players lounge is available for relaxation.
Comfort is top of the priority list in the lounge.
The training facility has the latest rehabilitation technology to treat bumps and bruises and get players back on the field quickly and safely.
There are multiple taping tables to get players ready for games and practices.
Eight different treatment tables are available for rehabilitation.
A cold tub helps rejuvenate bodies and get players ready for the next practice.
The Athletic Performance Facility has all the best equipment to get our student-athletes ready to play.
Strength training, injury prevention and speed development are goals of the MGCCC weight program.
Gulf Coast's core beliefs are developed from the ground up.


Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College

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