University of Louisville Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium Football Training Facility

University of Louisville Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium Football Training Facility


The training facility, designed and constructed at the same time as the new football stadium, includes the following features:

  • A 9,600sf Strength Training
  • A 5,500sf Rehab Area
  • 120 Team Lockers
  • 3 Practice Fields
  • Academic Hall for Student Athletes
  • UofL Football Hall of Fame
  • Head Coach’s Office, Recruiting Lounge & Players’ Lounge

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