Nutter Field House - Indoor Track & Field
The University of Kentucky Athletics Department is at the forefront of college athletics in terms of indoor practice facilities. As proof, UK boasts the Nutter Field House, an $8.5 million climate-controlled structure that is used for winter conditioning and indoor track and field meets.
The facility features an artificial turf football playing field of 108,000 square feet, surrounded by a six-lane, 290-meter track. One of the most unique features of this 132,00-square foot, multi-million dollar showplace is the electronic netting system. The system allows for different combinations of sports to practice safely and simultaneously by dividing the playing field into multiple practice areas.
In 1996, 2001, 2004, 2007, 2009 and 2012 the facility was the site of the SEC Indoor Track and Field Championships.