In April 2020, the Liberty Football program moved into its newly renovated home, the Liberty Football Center, a 65,455 square feet facility located in the north end zone at Williams Stadium.
Shortly after the completion of the 2018 football season, Liberty began the renovation project to expand its football operations center that originally opened in 2006. The completed renovation project added an additional 18,000 square feet to the three-story facility.
The top floor of the $20 million facility houses 17 offices, 10 position meeting rooms, and an offensive and defensive meeting room, plus a 147-seat, theater-style team meeting room.
The middle floor of the building, located at ground level, includes a new locker room with 122 lockers and an attached equipment room to better service Liberty’s football players.
The floor also houses a 13,000 square foot player’s lounge, including a nutrition center, and can accommodate up to 130 people. The area also will be used as a recruiting area during home football games.
A glass-enclosed cardio workout room replaced the existing front entrance to the operations center and the workout area overlooks the lower level.
Rounding out the new amenities of this floor is a press room for weekly press conferences and postgame interviews, plus a new training room. The sports medicine area also includes 11 treatment beds, an onsite x-ray room, plus hydrotherapy pools.
Closing out the facility is a state-of-the-art weight room in the lower level of the operations center. The 16,000 square foot workout space is furnished with the latest training equipment, allowing Liberty’s players to prepare themselves to excel at the highest level of college football.
The entire three-floor football operations center features dynamic graphic arts packages, helping promote the ever-growing Liberty Football brand.