Opened prior to the 2006 season, this 48,000-square foot building is a state-of-the-art facility that brings all operations for the football team under one roof for the first time in the history of the program.
The bottom floor houses specially-designed weight training equipment in a spacious weight and conditioning area, while the second floor (at ground level) includes the team’s locker room, academic lab, equipment room and a cutting-edge athletic training facility.
The top floor houses both the coaching staff and administrative offices, numerous video and conference rooms and a uniquely-designed viewing room that overlooks the North end zone at Williams Stadium.
Construction for the Liberty Football Center was made possible because of a generous donation of $4.5 million dollars by the Art Williams Foundation.
The Art Williams Foundation is no stranger to those familiar with the Flames football program as the football stadium is named in honor of Arthur L. and Angela Williams, major contributors to Liberty University. The football stadium was given the name Williams Stadium, which it still bears today.
Shortly after the conclusion of the 2018 football season, Liberty's first campaign at the FBS level, the Liberty Football Center started a $25 million renovation project that is scheduled for completion in January 2020.
The current renovation project will dramatically expand the footprint of the existing building. The project will add 18,000 additional square feet to the facility to bring the new building's usable space to 65,455 square feet.
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Name: Liberty Football Center