Iowa State football Facilities

MidAmerican Energy Field At Jack trice stadium

MidAmerican Energy Field at Jack Trice Stadium has been the home to Iowa State football since 1975. With a capacity of 61,500, it is the third-largest stadium in the Big 12 Conference. Its natural grass playing surface has won numerous awards and is widely recognized as one of the best fields in the nation.

The stadium is named after Iowa State's first African-American student-athlete, Jack Trice, who passed away from injuries suffered in a game at Minnesota in 1923. MidAmerican Energy Field at Jack Trice Stadium is the only Division I FBS stadium named in honor of an African-American individual.

Bergstrom football complex

The Bergstrom Football Complex includes football offices, team locker room, weight room and training room in addition to a 100-yard indoor football practice facility.

johnny majors practice complex

Johnny Majors Practice Complex is located next to the Bergstrom Football Complex and is a natural grass practice field for the Cyclones. It is named after Iowa State's legendary former coach Johnny Majors.

Hixson-Lied student success center

Opened in 2007, the Rod and Connie French Athletic Academic Center is located on the second floor of the Hixson-Lied Student Success Center. The center provides academic counseling, tutoring centers, a resource library, computer labs, individual and group study rooms among other valuable assets.

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