The home of the Purple Raider football, men's and women's soccer, men's and women's track and field, and men's and women's lacrosse teams, Mount Union Stadium was built in 1913 and is the oldest college football stadium in the state of Ohio. Parts of the covered stands on the west side and the ticket booths on the south side of the stadium still date back to that year. The eastside of the stadium was added in 1927.
Numerous updates have been made to the facility, which include additional restroom facilities, as well as a new press box, score board, FieldTurf synthetic playing surface, and NCAA regulation 400-meter track. In 2013 a project was completed that remade the press box into the Dom Capers Press Box, and the Ron Walter Locker Rooms were added.
Recent renovations to Mount Union Stadium include:
- A new outdoor running track
- Track and field improvements
- A new scoreboard
- ADA accessible stadium seating
The upgrading and updating of our athletic facilities will not only benefit our student athletes and help future recruiting efforts, but they will improve the fan experience and encourage continued alumni and community participation in all athletic events. The future success of our athletic programs hinges on our ability to provide high-quality athletic facilities for our students. With your generosity and support, we can continue to keep Mount Union teams at the forefront of the conversation regarding the best programs in the nation.