Retriever Soccer Park is one of the top playing surfaces amongst America East Conference schools as it boasts a Bermuda grass playing surface and state-of-the-art drainage and irrigation system. The stadium was completed in the fall of 1998 and included a 120-yard by 72-yard field, press box, automated electronic scoreboard display, and concessions area. Since then, permanent bleachers have been added to seat 3,000 spectators as well as the Bermuda grass and irrigation system installations, which were completed in the fall of 2006. Additional seating was brought in, as well as standing room only and the hillside as fans packed Retriever Soccer Park to break the attendance record against then No. 1 Maryland on September 26, 2017. A record number 3,766 fans came out to see UMBC force a 1-1 draw with the Terps.
NCAA.com just recognized Retriever Soccer Park as one of the top nine venues in the nation to experience intercollegiate soccer.
Parking for soccer games is available in nearby Stadium Lot (formerly Lot 17), which can accommodate 900 vehicles.