|Location||University of Northern Colorado Greeley, Colorado|
|Owner||University of Northern Colorado|
|Operator||University of Northern Colorado|
|Opened||Sept. 9, 1995 (Att. - 6,341)|
|Construction cost||$4 million|
|Architect||Sink Combs Dethlefs|
|General contractor||Alliance Construction Solutions|
|Northern Colorado Bears football (NCAA)|
Nottingham field was erected in 1995 in order to relieve the aging facilities at Jackson Field. The UNC Bears won two Division II National Football Titles playing at Nottingham Field. The stadium's initial capacity was 6,500. Nottingham Field serves as home to the UNC Bears football team. The stadium is named for Victor R. Nottingham former Colorado State College of Education (UNC) Student Body President who spearheaded the effort to raise private funds for the entire $4 million project. 
Nottingham Field was built in 1995, in 2005 the stadium's seating capacity was expanded to over 8,500 by expanding the east stands. Another renovation project added a locker room and fan amenity complex on the east side of the stadium.
Prior to the 2005 season the stadium's seating capacity was expanded to over 8,500 by expanding the east stands. Another renovation project added a locker room and fan amenity complex on the east side of the stadium.
- "Gameday at Northern Colorado". University of Northern Colorado. Retrieved April 4, 2015.
Stadium Capacity: 8,533
- "Obituary for Victor R. Nottingham". Allnut Funeral Services. Retrieved 2018-03-13.
- "Nottingham Field". stadiumjourney.com. Archived from the original on 2017-06-08. Retrieved 2017-08-01.
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