Why a Dome?

A Dome as a university sports complex

In the high-stakes game of recruiting athletes, a university sports complex matters. It’s why campuses like Arizona State University, the University of Minnesota, Marquette University and many more include domes in their facilities portfolio.

For example, ASU’s “bubble” ensures the football team has an air conditioned – and consequently safe – place to practice during high heat days and rainy season. At Marquette University’s Valley Fields, the school’s soccer, lacrosse and golf teams keep their skills sharp throughout winter.

A dome at a college or university i a low-cost indoor sports complex that enhances recruitment, provides revenue and can serve multiple sports.

Football practice inside a university sports complex dome

Enhance recruitment Climate-controlled practice space is available throughout the year so athletes can fine-tune their talents, boosting individual and team performance.

Low cost Domes are a fraction of the cost of a traditional brick-and-mortar university sports complex.

Revenue Schools with capacity in their dome stay on top of scheduling by publishing rental space availability and rates weekly.

Multiple sports A dome’s wide-open unobstructed space is versatile enough to serve golfers, an intramural league, batting practices, and a number of field or rec sports.