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The Nutter Field House features a FieldTurf playing surface and a full 100-yard field. FieldTurf is the same surface used by most NFL teams.

Artist rendering of the Commonwealth Stadium expansion

No matter if the weather is warm or cold, there’s always a place where Kentucky football is hot!

The WildcatTHAT PLACE IS THE NUTTER FIELD HOUSE, Kentucky’s year-round home for workouts whenever an indoor facility is needed. The Wildcats never have to miss a practice, or have the efficiency of practice reduced, because of the weather. The climate-controlled indoor facility is always ready.

The Field House covers more than 132,000 square feet and contains a full-size 100-yard field. The surface is FIeldTurf, the same surface used by many National Football League teams. An electronic netting system features field goal targets sewn into the netting, permitting realistic PAT/field goal kicking during practices.

The football field is encircled by a 290-meter running track and also has space for the long jump, high jump and pole vault. The beautiful facility has played host to several Southeastern Conference championship track meets.

Kentucky was one of the first schools in the nation to build a full-size indoor field. UK keeps the facility up-to-date, with the latest improvement being a new lighting system.