It's only fitting that one of the nation's premier soccer programs has one of the premier collegiate soccer facilities in the country to call home.
Sporting one of the finest playing surfaces in the nation and boasting a college soccer atmosphere second to none, Ellis Field has been the home of the Texas A&M soccer program since 1994.
The facility is located just a few steps from the team's complex, which contains spacious players' and coaches' locker rooms, a luxurious players' lounge, official and visiting team dressing rooms, and a state-of-the-art athletic training facility and public restrooms.
Ellis Field is conveniently located on Texas A&M's West Campus inside the Carolyn and Jack Little Athletic Complex, which also houses the softball and track facilities. It is located adjacent to Reed Arena (basketball) and Blue Bell Park (baseball), with ample parking just yards away from the entrance.
The stadium shone on the national stage in 2005, 2007 and 2009, as Aggieland played host to the NCAA Women's College Cup.
With dimensions of 115 yards by 75 yards, the regulation NCAA championship field features Tifway Bermuda grass, making it home to perhaps the finest playing surfaces in the country. With a state-of-the-art drainage system installed prior to the 2002 campaign, the surface can handle upwards of three inches of rain per hour, and make postponements and cancellations of practices and matches all but a thing of the past. The award-winning A&M grounds crew is responsible for field maintenance.
Opened: September 13, 1994
Surface: Natural Grass (Tifway Bermuda)
Record Crowd: 8,204 vs North Carolina (Aug 25, 2006)
Parking is available in lots 100g (Reed Arena) & 100j (Blue Bell Park - disabled parking available). Parking is free on days when not in conflict with a men's basketball or baseball game.