Indoor Facilities


(COMING SOON)

BWPB Training and Match Facilities

VIRTUE FIELD:
A gift from James Edward “Ted” and Danielle “Dani” Virtue of Rye, N.Y., funded construction of the new synthetic turf field.  Virtue Field, as the new facility will be called, will serve as the home for the UVM men's and women's lacrosse and men's and women's soccer teams and will also be used for campus recreation activities begining in the spring of 2012.
The turf surface, which is part of the overall Archie Post Athletic Complex, is the first phase of a planned stadium project that will include grandstand seating for 3,000 spectators, game-day locker rooms, public restrooms, concessions, and storage space.
Phase one of construction includes the field installation, perimeter fencing, temporary seating, and a scoreboard.  The 127x87-yard surface is made of Revolution fiber manufactured by FieldTurf, which the company says is the most durable of its kind. A patented FieldTurf infill formula ensures player safety and is one of the most player-friendly surfaces on the market.

Address: 97 Spear Street, Burlington, VT 05405

From I-89: Take Exit 14W into Burlington. Stay in far-right lane. Just past Sheraton and stop light, bear right at East Avenue/Spear Street exit, in lane for Spear Street. Take immediate left around jug handle, go through traffic light, which will take you onto Spear Street. Drive approximately 1/2 mile to second Patrick Gym entrance on right. The field is located to the left of the Gutterson Fieldhouse.

Heading north from Route 7: Follow Route 7 North from Shelburne. Just past Denny's Restaurant and just before reaching Burlington, take 189 East. Travel approximately one mile to I-89 North. Continue using directions as above, from I-89 (Exit 14W is the second exit upon entering I-89 North).
Type: Turf Field
Full Field: Yes

CENTENNIAL FIELD:
Centennial Field is at 5,000-seat stadium that is the home of the University of Vermont men's and women's soccer teams. The Catamounts have played their home games at Centennial since 1975 and it has been the site of several America East men's and women's soccer championships. In 1989 Centennial Field was the site of the first two rounds of the NCAA Men's Soccer Championship with UVM drawing a pair of crowds of 5,000 fans.Several times in the last two decades the grass turf playing surface at Centennial Field has been widened and undergone improvements for drainage.In 2005, the locker room facilities were renovated for use by both Catamount team on game days.Before the soccer teams called Centennial Field their home, the stadium was the home of the Catamount football teams up until 1974 when the program was discontinued.

Address: 98 University Road, Burlington, VT 05405

From I-89:
Take Exit 14W into Burlington. Stay in far-right lane. Just past Sheraton and stop light, bear right at East Avenue/Spear Street exit, onto East Avenue. After a 1/2 mile, make a right onto University Road (approximately 100 yards before traffic light). University Road will take you to Centennial Field.

From Route 7 North: Follow Route 7 North from Shelburne. Just past Denny's Restaurant and just before reaching Burlington, take 189 East. Travel approximately one mile to I-89 North. Continue using directions as above, from I-89 (Exit 14W is the second exit upon entering I-89 North).

Type: Turf Field
Full Field: Yes