FAU SOCCER STADIUM
FAU Soccer Stadium was completed as part of a 10-year development program to create five on-campus soccer fields in conjunction with the Greater Boca Raton Beach Tax District. FAU hosted the Atlantic Sun Conference women's soccer championship in 2000 and 2003, and the Sun Belt Conference women's tournament in 2009. The complex has also served as a practice site for several international teams, Team USA and women's soccer professional combines, and FAU has had matches against the Colorado Rapids and Real Salt Lake during the MLS teams' spring training. Most recently, it was the home field for the magicJack franchise in the Women's Professional Soccer league, featuring US Olympians Abby Wambach, Hope Solo and Christie Rampone.