Facilities :: Jayhawk Soccer Complex
The Jayhawk Soccer Complex will be the home of Kansas soccer for the 12th consecutive year. One of the top soccer facilities in the region, the Jayhawk Soccer Complex is located on campus next to Oliver Hall and a short walk from historic Allen Fieldhouse.
Kansas made its home soccer debut on Oct. 13, 1995 with a 4-0 shutout victory over Central Missouri State and owns an all-time record of 59-32-5 (.641) on its home pitch.
KU holds a 26-6-1 home regular season record over the past four seasons. The Jayhawk Soccer Complex played host to the NCAA Tournament First and Second Rounds in 2004.
During the summer of 2006, the Jayhawk Soccer Complex received a new Bermuda grass surface and new spectator seating.
Despite just eight home contests in 2006, KU drew 4,460 fans to the Jayhawk Soccer Complex and averaged 558 per game, which ranked fifth in the Big 12.
KU's best season of home attendance came in 2004 when the team averaged 614 fans per match. A record 886 fans witnessed the Jayhawks clinch their first Big 12 Championship on Oct. 29 against Iowa State.