Alliant Energy Center
Hosts conventions, concerts, touring shows, sporting events, local meetings and banquets.
1919 Alliant Energy Center Way, 53713
608-267-3976 (administration); 608-267-3999 (tickets)
Breese Stevens Field
This venerable brickyard serves as the soccer center of the city, one of the finest in the Midwest.
917 E. Mifflin St., 53703
608-266-4726 (administration); 608-266-6517 (reservations)
Camp Randall Memorial Sports Center
Also known as the Shell, this all-purpose UW facility provides indoor space for skating, jogging, weightlifting, track, basketball and volleyball.
1430 Monroe St., 53711
608-263-6566 (administration); 608-263-6565 (information)
Capitol Ice Arena
UW women's hockey plays some games here.
2615 Evergreen Rd., Middleton, 53562
608-836-0202, general with access to event line
A lighted softball complex, named after a world championship wrestler and a generally swell guy.
601 N. 6th St., 53704
Women's softball complex behind the UW's Nielsen Tennis Stadium.
Guy Lowman Field
Behind the Nielsen Tennis Stadium, near Lot 60 off Walnut St.
Hartmeyer Ice Arena
Classes and adult leagues.
1834 Commercial Ave., 53704
The home of UW men's and women's basketball and hockey; also concerts, shows and tournaments.
601 W. Dayton St., 53715
608-263-KOHL (5645); 608-262-1440 (tickets) or 800-462-2343
Adjacent to LaFollette High School.
City complex for soccer, football, track and field.
702 Pflaum Rd., 53716
Madison College Fitness Center
Downtown facilities include small gym, weight room with cardio equipment. Truax Facilities include pool, weight room, racquetball courts, gymnasium, softball fields and tennis courts. Basketball leagues and volleyball teams can reserve the gym for practice and competition. Both open to the public; annual or day passes.
Truax: 3550 Anderson St., 53704; Downtown: 211 N. Carroll St., 53703
608-246-6093 (Truax); 608-258-2399 (downtown)
Madison Ice Arena
Opens in September. Accepts ice requests year-round. Adult leagues forming.
725 Forward Dr., 53711
608-246-4512 (information line)
Mansfield Athletic Fields
City complex for football, baseball, soccer, softball and track.
201 S. Gammon Rd., 53717 (adjacent to Memorial High School)
McClain Athletic Facility
A multipurpose UW facility housing indoor football, weight training, and soccer.
1440 Monroe St., 53711
On Walnut Street, near Observatory Drive.
Monona Grove Field
Frequent site for championship track and field.
4400 Monona Dr., 53716 (behind the high school)
Natatorium/Unit II Gymnasium
Houses varsity pool, gymnasiums, racquetball courts, weight room and most of the UW physical education staff. For use by UW students and faculty and their spouses/domestic partners.
2000 Observatory Dr., 53706
Nielsen Tennis Stadium
The UW's indoor tennis facilities are among the finest in the Midwest; also six outdoor courts and squash.
1000 Highland Ave., 53705
Olbrich Park, Softball Fields
3402 Atwood Ave., 53714
South East Recreational Facility
The SERF houses an Olympic-size swimming pool, track, weight room, basketball and racquetball courts. For use by UW students and faculty and their spouses/domestic partners.
715 W. Dayton St., 53715
608-262-8244; 608-262-4756 (information line)
UW Camp Randall Stadium
A Union training ground and Confederate prison during the Civil War, it now houses red-clad hordes for Big Ten football.
1440 Monroe St., 53711
608-262-1440 or 800-462-2343 (tickets); 262-1866 (administration)
Home to UW volleyball and wrestling.
1450 Monroe St., 53711
608-262-1440 or 800-462-2343 (tickets); 262-3354 (administration)