Every athletic facility you can think of is available for your use at West Point, and the facilities compare very favorably with those found in the nation's top colleges and universities. Michie Stadium is the home of the Army football team with a seating capacity of over 39,000; it’s generally recognized as one of the most beautiful venues in college football. There are capacity crowds throughout the fall season.
The Holleder Center, adjacent to Michie Stadium, houses 5,000-seat Christl Arena for basketball and 2,650-seat Tate Rink for hockey competitions.
The Arvin Cadet Physical Development Center, which features five gymnasiums and three swimming pools recently underwent a major renovation. It features Crandall Pool, an Olympic-size 50-meter pool. There are numerous special purpose rooms for squash, handball, racquetball, rock climbing, wrestling and weight training.
Gillis Field House is used for varsity and intramural indoor track and volleyball competitions. During baseball and softball's offseason period, spacious Gillis Field House transforms into the Black Knights' part-time diamond. The recently-renovated field house features a tartan surface, three indoor pitching mounds, two pitching machines, batting cages, and a fully-equipped weight room.
The Foley Athletic Center is a massive, 77,000 square-foot structure that provides Army athletic teams with a state-of-the-art, climate-controlled indoor practice facility. On the banks of the Hudson, there is an all-weather outdoor track oval and football field at the renovated Shea Stadium complex that is used for daylight and evening competitive events.
The Truxtun Lacrosse Center, just a stone’s throw away from Michie Stadium, houses the men’s lacrosse team’s locker room, equipment and sports medicine areas, a spacious weight room and coach and team meeting rooms.
The Lichtenberg Tennis Center features a sophisticated synthetic indoor hardcourt surface, state-of-the-art lighting, locker facilities, coaches' offices and meeting rooms, and an elevated spectator area that gives Army tennis fans a bird's-eye view of all seven courts. The Gross Center, located adjacent to the Lichtenberg Center, is the state-of-the-art home of West Point’s nationally ranked gymnastics team.
The Tronsrue Marksmanship Center, located next to Gillis Field House along the banks of the Hudson, houses three ranges: pistol, rifle and air rifle. There are also numerous outdoor tennis courts, the Victor Constant Ski Center and an 18-hole golf course.