Recreation Field

The Recreation Field (located in the northwest portion of campus) is the Wellness & Recreation Center’s artificial turf playing area and is the site for all outdoor Intramural Sports and Sport Club practices/home games. The field is the size of an official NCAA soccer field and accommodates 2 IM flag football fields or 2 IM soccer fields.

Use Policies:

  • Proper shoes are required at all times. No metal cleats, or rubber cleats longer than 3/4″.
  • FIU Panther ID required for Open Recreation use (see posted hours).
  • Guest passes available at the WRC for $5.
  • The WRC reserves the right to require identification at any time.
  • FIU Wellness & Recreation is not responsible for lost or stolen items.
  • Check the Wellness & Recreation Center for lost and found items.
  • In case of inclement weather (lightning, high winds, etc.), all activity will stop and the field will be cleared for safety purposes.
  • Trespassers are subject to arrest.
  • Prohibited items/activities:
    • tobacco
    • alcohol
    • food & open beverage containers (other than water/sports drinks), glass containers, sunflower seeds, chewing gum
    • staking tents/canopies, sharp objects, high/spike heel shoes
    • pets
    • open flames
    • golf
    • shot put, discus, javelin
    • fireworks
    • chairs w/pointed legs
    • unauthorized motor vehicles
    • bikes, skateboards, rollerblades
    • moving goals without permission.
  • Participation is voluntary; exercise at your own risk. In case of emergency, contact FIU Public Safety at (305) 348-5911.
  • Violations of these policies will result in loss of access privileges. All recreation participants are required to adhere to the Rules of Conduct as outlined in the University’s Student and Employee Handbooks.



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Modesto A. Maidique Campus
11290 SW 12th St.
RC 101
Miami, FL 33199

Hours of Operation


Monday – Thursday: 6:00 AM – 11:00pm
Friday:  6:00 AM – 9:00 PM
Saturday:  9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Sunday: 10:00 AM – 8:00 PM

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