Valley Fields is a 1,600 seat outdoor stadium and practice facility in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, primarily used by the varsity men's and women's soccer and lacrosse teams at Marquette University, all of which compete in the Big East Conference. The complex houses bleachers, locker rooms, practice fields and a main stadium.FacilitiesThe complex opened in 1993 as soccer stadium, but renovations to the turf and the addition of locker rooms have taken place since. The complex is named for its location in the Menomonee Valley, which sits along the banks of the Menomonee River in downtown Milwaukee, south of the main Marquette University campus. Adjacent to Valley Fields is Marquette's Shimek Track and Field Facility, which hosts the school's cross country and track and field teams.In addition to use by NCAA teams, Valley Fields hosts intramural and club competitions and is open to Marquette students for general outdoor recreation.The soccer stadium renovation was completed in March 2014, including new seating and a press box.In 2017, Marquette constructed a seasonal dome over the middle FieldTurf field. The $3.6 million structure was funded by a handful of anonymous donors along with an athletic department surplus built up over several years. The dome will be used by Marquette varsity lacrosse, soccer, golf and track teams in addition to intramural and club sports. The air-supported structure will be up for five-months annually.