Approximately three acres on the UCLA campus, the North Athletic Field (NAF) is located off Westwood Plaza and Charles E. Young Drive, above Parking Structure 4. The NAF is an ADA facility and provides easy access for all persons with disabilities. The nearest restrooms are located adjacent to the field in the John Wooden Center and the Student Activities Center. No pets are allowed onto the fields at any time.
Home to UCLA’s soccer, and track and field teams, Drake Stadium is also where the Geffen Academy Cross Country and Track & Field teams train and compete. The grass infield of Drake Stadium is named Marshall Field.
Widely considered one of the finest playing surfaces in the country, Marshall Field is a 75-yard by 120-yard soccer surface. The track has been converted from a conventional American 400-yard eight-lane oval with a 106-degree radius turn to a new European 400-meter nine-lane (48″ width lane) with a 136 degree radius on the turn.
The stadium provides seating for 11,700 spectators. It is named after UCLA track legend Elvin C. “Ducky” Drake, who was a student-athlete, track coach and athletic trainer for over 60 years.
The Geffen Academy boys and girls basketball and volleyball programs use Collins Court in the Wooden Center for practice and competition. The John Wooden Center is a 95,000 square foot recreation center named after legendary basketball coach John Wooden. It is the main building for intramural athletics at UCLA. In addition, it serves as one of the home venues for the UCLA men’s and women’s volleyball team.