Michael A. Carroll Stadium History
Built in 1982, the IU Michael A. Carroll Track & Soccer Stadium cost $7 million. In 2012, Carroll Stadium opened a new FieldTurf soccer/infield. In addition to track & field, the facility can accommodate field sports such as soccer, rugby, lacrosse, ultimate Frisbee, and many others. The facility is open for rental and is also the site of many run/walk/non-profit events.
With stadium seating for 12,111 patrons, the facility boasts an impressive scoreboard at the East end of the track. The press box can accommodate 72 working media members, including wireless access throughout.
The oval, 400-meter, eight-lane track is made up of a Mondo running surface and 48-inch lanes.
Carroll Stadium hosted both the 2006 and 2007 USA Track and Field Championships, while having also hosted the 1988 Olympic Team Trials - Track and Field, IHSAA Lacrosse State Championships, the Horizon League Championships, the 2001 World Police and Fire Games, NCAA soccer & track competitions and other marquee events.
In 2012 Carroll Stadium completed the installation of a new FieldTurf Revolution soccer field. The field is 110 yds x 75 yds, and can accomodate all levels of soccer, as well as multi-sport use- football, lacrosse, marching band, field hockey, etc.
Both the IUPUI men's and women's soccer teams train at the Michael A. Carroll Track and Soccer Stadium, and use the facility for several home matches. The stadium is utilized as a training ground by all 14 IUPUI Division I sports teams.
During the summers, the facility is used for IUPUI Sport Complex Summer Camps.
Carroll Stadium is available for rent for sporting events, non-profit events, and other activities. Please contact 317-274-8056 for more information.