Air Force Falcons - Facilities

Facilities

  • Cadet Fieldhouse
  • Cadet Ice Arena (cap. 2,502) – part of the Cadet Fieldhouse
  • Clune Arena (cap. 5,939) – part of the Cadet Fieldhouse
  • Eisenhower Golf course
  • Falcon Baseball Field (cap. 1,000)
  • Falcon Stadium (cap. 52,480)
  • Jacks Valley
  • Soccer stadium
  • Cadet Lacrosse Stadium

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