NORMAN — After winning back-to-back Big 12 titles out of a trailer, the Oklahoma football team has officially moved into its new digs!
While some of the aesthetics are still being completed, the building behind the south end zone is operational and the Sooners have begun working out of their new home.
View a comprehensive look at the new spaces in the brand new, state-of-the-art 132,000-square-foot facility.
OU's massive new locker room, built in the shape of a football, includes over 100 lockers featuring personalized graphics for every individual player, as well as a place for alumni who return home.
Locker Room 360. Use the Facebook app on mobile.
Strength & Conditioning
The 32,582-square-foot strength and conditioning facility is triple the size of OU's former weight room and features a 70-yard indoor turfed speed and agility training area. Full Gallery | ∞ See it in 360
Complete with a cascading waterfall, OU's new cold plunge might look like a pool at first glance. Don't jump in, however... the water is a bit chilly!
Cold Plunge 360. Use the Facebook app on mobile.
The new team meeting room is an expanded version of the old one and is dressed up with graphics utilizing the infinity pattern that is a signature throughout the new facility.
Red Room 360. Use the Facebook app on mobile.
Hydrotherapy 360. Use the Facebook app on mobile.
Training Room 360. Use the Facebook app on mobile.
Want to Contribute?
The football facility project is funded entirely by a self-sustaining athletics department with the help of generous support from donors.
If you are interested in supporting the project, please contact the Sooner Club at (405) 325-8000 to inquire about opportunities. Boomer Sooner!