Auburn football: What the new practice facility will look like

A look at the soon-to-be-completed Auburn football practice facility (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)
A look at the soon-to-be-completed Auburn football practice facility (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images) /

The Auburn football program will soon have a tremendous advantage in the NIL era when their football practice facility at 392 S Donahue Drive is completed. At the moment, the construction project is considered 70% complete according to the university’s June facilities report.’s Tom Green provided the details of the $92 million, state-of-the-art facility, including dimensions and amenity specifics:

"“Auburn’s new Football Performance Center, located on a 12-acre site that previously housed the old Hutsell Track, will be 233,400 square feet, of which 138,100 square feet will make up the Football Operations Building. The facility will include two full-size outdoor practice fields, a 95,000-square foot indoor practice facility, a 25,000 square foot weight room, players’ locker room, a players’ lounge called “The Huddle,” a barbershop, two recording studios, a flight simulator and team meeting rooms. The facility will also house offices for coaches and football administrators, serve as the new home to Auburn’s sports medicine and nutrition programs, the equipment department — which athletics director Allen Greene last year described as more of a “laboratory” for associate athletics director Dana Marquez and his staff — as well as a 50-person hydrotherapy plunge pool, an indoor teaching lab and laundry space.”"

Nathan King of 247Sports revealed last January the artist renderings of what the completed building will look like:

A winning 2022 season, not a state-of-the-art practice facility, will attract Auburn football recruits

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The state-of-the-art facility that is rapidly nearing completion can’t get it done on its own.