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Our House: Gossett Team House
The Gossett Football Team House encompasses everything a student-athlete needs at one of the top universities in the country.
In recent years, the Gossett Team House has been transformed into one of the top football facilities in the nation.
An expansion project over the course of the last few years has improved the University of Maryland’s football facility to better meet the needs of Terrapin student-athletes and recruits through the expansion of four components:
Phase One of the 15,500 square-foot renovation included the creation of an expanded academic support lab. This increased the existing space dedicated to support and strengthen the academic and career-achievement initiatives of football student-athletes by more than 4,000 square feet. In addition, a new video board in the East end zone was finished in time for the 2002 season, giving fans a more vibrant and exciting experience in Capital One Field at Byrd Stadium with game action and replays shown on a board measuring feet by 28 feet (an additional video board was added in the West end zone
Phases Two and Three, completed in the summer of 2004, include a 3,500 square-foot meeting room and dining facility which provides a multi-purpose showcase for recruits and their families.
It also includes a new team meeting auditorium which gives the entire football team the opportunity to meet together in one room, allowing the coaching staff to teach using state-of-the-art technology in an environment that has sufficient seating space for all the players. This addition improves the staff’s capability to effectively present offensive and defensive game plans. The construction also included an enhanced entrance and lobby for the Gossett Team House that showcases the program’s tradition, importance and success. A striking first impression for recruits and visitors, the entrance and lobby highlights the rich past of Maryland football and showcases the Terps’ return to national prominence.