The stadium was home to Major League Lacrosse's Chicago Machine in their 2006 inaugural season. Local high schools host football and soccer games in the stadium. A baseball stadium and a softball stadium are also included in the complex. The baseball stadium is home to Benedictine University Eagles and the DuPage County Hounds of the Midwest Collegiate League.
The 3,000-seat main stadium for American football and soccer is also a fine athletics facility with an artificial playing surface, a nine-lane track, electronic scoreboard and message board, and electric lights. The main press box, four luxury suites and viewing sundecks are above the seating gallery.
Natural grass practice fields and throwing venues for baseball and softball are directly adjacent to the main stadium. The baseball stadium seats 1,000, including 800 chairs, and has handicap accessible areas on the main concourse. The baseball field measures 325 feet to the outfield fence. Over-sized dugouts allow for maximum player comfort. The stadium features a large electronic scoreboard and message board, and a public address system provides coverage to the stands and concourse.
The sports complex was built by Walsh Construction, and the architect was DLR Group.