Oshkosh Sports Complex


Titan athletics have brought pride, dignity and honor to UW-Oshkosh. Titan Stadium is part of the Oshkosh Sports Complex. It is an exceptional venue for football, soccer, and track and field competition. Titan Stadium boasts an Olympic-quality outdoor track with an adjacent warm-up track and a state-of-the-art football/soccer field featuring synthetic turf designed to reduce injury. J.J. Keller Field is home to what is considered Wisconsin’s third-most valued field behind Lambeau Field and Camp Randall Stadium. It hosts approximately 120 events year including the USATF Masters (2011), WFCA All-Star Game (2011-Present), USATF Youth Regional Meet (2012), Badger State Games (2010-2011). In 2004, more than $10 million was raised through public and private entities, such as J.J. Keller and Associates, Oshkosh Convention and Visitors Bureau, UW-Oshkosh Student Association, AT&T Advertising Solutions, and the UW-Oshkosh Foundation, to dramatically enhance the practice and game athletic facilities throughout campus. Notable features include: Synthetic turf that resembles natural grass, used on the football/soccer field and designed to reduce athletic injury Nine-lane, Olympic-quality competition track Multiple practice fields for soccer and football Up-to-date training facilities The capacity to attract state, regional and national tournaments and other special events



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