Chuck & Gloria Bell Soccer Field
Chuck & Gloria Bell Soccer Field is home to the Utah State Women's Soccer program. The field was dedicated to former Utah State Athletics Director, Chuck Bell, and his wife, Gloria Bell, in April of 2002.
Amenities of the facility include: permanent press box facilities, scoreboard, and permanent bleachers. The grass berm located on the south side of the field also serves as open seating to fans. The natural grass playing field is kept in prime condition throughout the season by the USU grounds crew.
Chuck & Gloria Bell Soccer Field is located on the North edge of Utah State's campus, at the corner of 1400 North and Jack B. Parsons Dr., or roughly 1100 East.
Directions to Chuck & Gloria Bell Field
The field is located at approximately 1400 North and 1100 East.
From Main Street and Center Street, take Main Street, North to 1400 North.
Take Right on 1400 North until you reach 1100 East.
Take Right on 1100 East.
The field is located on the South side of 1400 North
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