Hard Rock Stadium, located in Miami Gardens, has been the home for University of Miami Hurricanes Football since 2008
Located on the school’s main campus in Coral Gables, Alex Rodriguez Park at Mark Light Field is home to the University of Miami Hurricanes baseball team.
The Watsco Center is the 200,000 square foot, 7,972-seat arena that is home to the University of Miami men’s and women’s basketball teams.
Cobb Stadium serves as home to the University of Miami’s women’s soccer and men’s and women’s track and field programs.
The Biltmore Golf Course in Coral Gables, home course for the Hurricanes, is an 18-hole, par 71, championship course designed by distinguished golf designer Donald Ross.
Dedicated on November 12, 1985, the Knight Sports Complex was made possible through a gift from the James L. Knight Charitable Trust Fund.
Neil Schiff Tennis Center, home of the Miami men’s and women’s tennis teams, was built to support college, amateur and professional tennis competitions.
Overlooking beautiful Lake Osceola, surrounded by hand-painted murals of past NCAA and Olympic champions, Norman Whitten Pool is one of the most scenic facilities on campus
The $40 million Carol Soffer Indoor Practice Facility, opened in 2018, encompasses not just indoor practice fields for football, but also new football coaches offices, new football reception and recruiting areas, weight room renovations and new coaches offices for golf, rowing, soccer and volleyball.
Located on the scenic Indian Creek waterway, the Shane Watersports Center has been home to the Miami rowing team since its inception in 1991.
Located on the north side of the Hecht Athletic Center, the Schwartz Center for Athletic Excellence is an iconic two level, 30,000 square-foot multipurpose athletics facility that serves as the focal point to enhance the complete experience.
Completed in 2001, the Mark and Jason Squillante Strength & Conditioning Center 11,500-square foot facility is more than double the size of the old weight room and features the latest in strength and conditioning equipment.
The Donna E. Shalala Student Center, funded by a generous $20 million gift from Bruce and Tracey Berkowitz, houses the offices for student activities and student organizations, the Butler Center for Volunteer Service and Leadership Development, Orientation and Commuter Student Involvement, and reservations for the Student Center Complex.
In 2020, Miami Athletics opened its new Nutrition Center, fueled by Gatorade. The Nutrition Center is located on the first floor of the Hecht Athletics Center, in close proximity to the weight room and equipment room, offering student-athletes quick and easy access to a variety of healthy food and drink options.