REGAL SOCCER STADIUM

Dedicated in 2007, Regal Soccer Stadium is built on the site of the program's previous home. The Vols have hosted more than 100,000 fans since 1996. Built on the site of the Tennessee Soccer Complex, Regal Soccer Stadium is the home of Tennessee soccer.

The new stadium, funded through private donations, including the bulk of money given by Knoxville-based Regal Entertainment Group, features stadium seating for approximately 3,000 fans and concessions stands on both the upper and lower levels. The upgraded facility includes a state-of-the-art scoreboard from Daktronics and a new press box with separate booths for television and/or radio along with phone lines and Internet access.

The grounds still feature two 80 x 120-yard fields with less than a one percent crown on the competition field and television-standard lights on the game field. The fields are Bermuda grass and boast total field irrigation. Both home and visiting teams will enjoy new locker rooms built into the stadium that will have a team meeting area. UT also benefits from a players' lounge, featuring a flat-screen television, pool table and kitchen area, as well as a video room with theater seating.

DIRECTIONS TO REGAL STADIUM

From North (Lexington): Take I-75 South to I-275 South. Take the I-40 exit towards Asheville. Once on I-40 East, take the James White Parkway exit. Follow signs to Neyland Drive. After traveling approximately 1 mile on Neyland Drive and crossing by the Lake Loudoun intersection, turn right on to Joan Cronan Way. Turn left at the top of Joan Cronan Way. Regal Stadium will be ahead on the right. Park in the lot between Regal Stadium and Sherri Parker Lee Softball Stadium.

From Tyson-McGhee Airport (TYS): Take 129 North/Alcoa Highway toward Knoxville. After traveling approximately 13 miles, take the Neyland Drive exit. Turn left at the light on to Neyland Drive. After traveling approximately 1.5 miles, turn left on to Joan Cronan Way. Turn left at the top of Joan Cronan Way. Regal Stadium will be ahead on the right. Park in the lot between Regal Stadium and Sherri Parker Lee Softball Stadium.

From West (Nashville): Take I-40 East to the Airport/Smoky Mountain exit (Exit #386B on to 129 South/Alcoa Highway). Merge right and take the Neyland Drive exit. Turn left at the light on to Neyland Drive. After traveling approximately 1.5 miles, turn left on to Joan Cronan Way. Turn left at the top of Joan Cronan Way. Regal Stadium will be ahead on the right. Park in the lot between Regal Stadium and Sherri Parker Lee Softball Stadium.

From East (Asheville): Take I-40 West. Once on I-40 West, take the James White Parkway exit (you will exit off the left side of the interstate). Follow signs to Neyland Drive. After traveling approximately 1 mile on Neyland Drive and crossing by the Lake Loudoun intersection, turn right on to Joan Cronan Way. Turn left at the top of Joan Cronan Way. Regal Stadium will be ahead on the right. Park in the lot between Regal Stadium and Sherri Parker Lee Softball Stadium.

From South (Chattanooga): Take I-75 North. Merge right on to I-40 East towards Knoxville. Take the Airport/Smoky Mountain exit (Exit #386B on to 129 South/Alcoa Highway). Merge right and take the Neyland Drive exit. Turn left at the light on to Neyland Drive. After traveling approximately 1.5 miles, turn left on to Joan Cronan Way. Turn left at the top of Joan Cronan Way. Regal Stadium will be ahead on the right. Park in the lot between Regal Stadium and Sherri Parker Lee Softball Stadium.

 

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