Scoreboard view from deck of new Lowell-Stevens Football Facility.
Artistic graphics in lobby of new Lowell-Stevens Football Facility.
Senior safety Shane Wilson plays football on video (UA vs. ASU in NCAA '14).
The lower bowl of seating in the new North End Zone at Arizona Stadium.
Each office provided by the many donors who made the facility possible.
TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -
Arizona Football opened the doors today to it's new Lowell-Stevens Football Facility today.
The $74 million dollar facility includes state of the art weight, meeting and training rooms. Brand new offices for the entire football department, a dining facility that Athletics Director Greg Byrne says will be open to the public, a club lounge and three-levels of outdoor seating.
Flat screen TV cans be found throughout the complex including many that are interactive and will take fans back through the history of Arizona Football.
There are also two new synthetic turf fields. The main field inside the stadium and the new Bear Down Field behind the complex have both been equipped with the Cool Play surface designed to keep the temperature down on hot days.
The football program will be allowed to use Bear Down Field in the morning while UA Recreation will have use of the field in the afternoon and evenings for student sports and intramurals.