UTSA Athletic Complex - $15 Million Pct. 3
Official Ground Breaking
April 10, 2012





The University of Texas at San Antonio has begun design and engineering of a new $84 million competitive athletic complex on the recently acquired 125-acre Park West Campus near the intersection of Highway 1604 and Kyle Seale Parkway. the first phase of the complex funded in part by $15 million from the 2008 Bexar County venue tax election will include the soccer and track stadiums. When all phases of the complex are completed, the 60-acre venue will be the most versatile and visited athletic complex in San Antonio. During construction and its initial three years of operation, the complex will generate an estimated $193 million for the local economy. For various reasons listed below, none of its NCAA Division I quality facilities exist today anywhere in Bexar County:

The complex also includes practice facilities for UTSA's new football program and eventually a new 12,000 seat, $120 million Convocation Center. In addition to serving as the home of the Roadrunners, the University will work with the community to host tourist destination athletic events. UTSA has a well established history of co-hosting tourist-destination athletic events both on campus and throughout San Antonio, including 12 NCAA championship events during the past 12 years.

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