The home of Seattle University men's and women's soccer since 1994, Championship Field is one of the premiere soccer facilities in the country. The field received its current name in 1998 after the men's soccer team won the 1997 NAIA National Championship. Since undergoing a major renovation in 2005 after men's soccer won the 2004 NCAA Division II National Championship, Championship Field has 650 permanent seats and drew the biggest all-time crowd with over 1,700 for men's soccer's win vs. No. 10 Washington on Sept. 24, 2015.
The first match on the renovated Championship Field was played on August 24, 2006, when the women's soccer team hosted Cal State Monterey Bay, which ended in a 4-0 Redhawks victory. The women's team went on to post a 8-2-2 record at their new home in the 2006 season. That same day, the men's team played its first game at the new Championship Field, beating Chico State 4-3 after scoring four goals in the first half.
Seattle U soccer isn't the only club to practice and play on Championship Field, though. The facility has hosted some of the world's best club soccer teams, hosting Manchester United of the English Premier League for both practice and a skills clinic in July 2011, Santos Laguna of Liga MX practices in March 2013, a Tottenham Hotspur clinic with Special Olympics in July 2014, and U.S. Women's National Team training in October 2015.