Cobb Stadium serves as the home to the University of Miami's women's soccer program and features a full size soccer playing field centered inside an eight-lane rubber track.
In addition, a 500-seat stadium grandstand stands at midfield for optimal viewing.
Leading to and from the seating area is two ramped walkways to maximize convenience for all Hurricane patrons. Four massive light banks surround the field to make dusk or night games a reality in Coral Gables.
Located adjacent to the Hecht Athletic Center, the facility is named after the Ambassador and Mrs. Charles E. Cobb. The Cobb family donated the leadership gift for the reconstruction and expansion of the University track and the construction of the new soccer field.
Ground was broken for Cobb Stadium on April 21, 1998 with its completion occurring during the fall.
Ambassador Cobb was captain of the Stanford University track team and a member of the 1960 United States Olympic team as a high-hurdler. He has been a member of the University Of Miami Board Of Trustees and its Executive Committee for over 20 years and is the former Chairman of the Board of Trustees.