Dayton Outpatient Center Stadium

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Dayton Outpatient Center Stadium
DOC Stadium
Dayton Outpatient Center Stadium.jpg
View of the main grandstand
Former names West Carrollton High School Stadium
Location 5833 Student Street
West Carrollton, Ohio, 45449
Coordinates 39°40′14″N 84°13′50″W / 39.6705099°N 84.2306667°W / 39.6705099; -84.2306667 (Dayton Outpatient Center Stadium)Coordinates: 39°40′14″N 84°13′50″W / 39.6705099°N 84.2306667°W / 39.6705099; -84.2306667 (Dayton Outpatient Center Stadium)
Capacity 3,000
Field size 348 by 197 feet (106 m × 60 m)
Surface Artificial Turf
Renovated 2017
Construction cost $$475,000
Main contractors The Motz Group
Dayton Dutch Lions (USL) (2014)

Dayton Outpatient Center Stadium (DOC Stadium) is a 3,000 seat artificial turf stadium located in West Carrollton, Ohio, on the campus of West Carrollton High School.

The Dayton Dutch Lions partnered with West Carrollton City Schools and Dr. Suresh Gupta of the Dayton Outpatient Center to install a new playing surface in the West Carrollton High School Stadium as part of a 30-year deal.[1][2] The original stadium was renamed to the Dayton Outpatient Center Stadium in recognition of the significant investment made by Dayton Outpatient Center.

Renovations started on March 10, 2014,[3] and were completed with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on May 9, 2014.[4] The Motz Group, a Cincinnati-based company that specializes in building playing fields, replaced the existing grass field with artificial turf at a cost of $450,000 to $475,000.[2] The combined costs for the renovations to the stadium and installation of lights on practice fields are estimated at $529,000.[2]

DOC Stadium was officially opened on May 10, 2014, with a United Soccer League soccer game that saw the Dayton Dutch Lions tie the LA Galaxy II, 1–1.[5]


  1. ^ "Dayton Dutch Lions Expand Partnership in West Carrollton". International Soccer Network. 2014-03-19. Archived from the original on 2014-03-22. Retrieved 2014-09-18. 
  2. ^ a b c Blizzard, Nick (2014-03-19). "Dutch Lions, West Carrollton schools announce 30-year deal". Dayton Daily News. Retrieved 2014-09-18. 
  3. ^ Hollingsworth, Chad (2014-03-19). "Dutch Lions Prepared to Settle into Home". Reckless Challenge. Archived from the original on 2014-10-25. Retrieved 2014-09-18. 
  4. ^ "Ribbon Cutting in West Carrollton". 2 News. 2014-05-09. Retrieved 2014-09-18. 
  5. ^ "Dayton Dutch Lions vs LA Galaxy II". YouTube. DutchLionsGateway. 2014-05-10. Retrieved 2014-09-18. 

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