Turner Soccer Complex
Turner Soccer Complex is a 1,700-capacity stadium located in Athens, Georgia. It is primarily used for soccer and serves as the home field for the Georgia Bulldogs women's soccer team. The complex is named for Hoyt "Jack" Turner, an Athens native who has financially supported Bulldogs soccer and other athletic endeavors for several years.
The stadium opened on September 1, 1998. Turner Soccer Complex hosted the 2000 Southeastern Conference Women’s Soccer Tournament.