Aggie Stadium is a 10,743-seat multi-purpose stadium in Davis, California. It opened on April 1, 2007 and is the home to the University of California, Davis Aggie football and women's lacrosse teams. It replaced Toomey Field. Plans call for the stadium to eventually be built out to 30,000 seats.
The stadium was originally scheduled for completion in time for the 2006 football season, but due to owner requested changes the stadium did not open until 2007.
In the first sporting event held in the new stadium, the UCD women's lacrosse team beat St. Mary's 17-5. Aggie sophomore Patrice Clark scored the first goal. The first football game at Aggie Stadium was held on September 1, 2007, against Western Washington. The Aggies lost 21-28. Through the 2010 season, the Aggies have a record of 13 wins and 8 losses at Aggie Stadium.
The field at Aggie Stadium is named Jim Sochor Field, after their College Football Hall of Fame coach.
The Tavernetti Bell greets fans entering Aggie Stadium. The bell is named after Thomas Tavernetti (1889–1934) and traditionally was rung after an Aggie win. With the construction of Aggie stadium, the bell followed from its previous location at the old site on Toomey field. 
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