Los Angeles Tennis Center
Located on the UCLA campus just west of Pauley Pavilion and south of Drake Stadium, the Los Angeles Tennis Center is one of the premier facilities in the nation for college tennis. The UCLA men's team has called the LATC home since 1985, while the Bruin women made it their primary facility in 1997. The LATC was the first large-scale outdoor tennis stadium in the Los Angeles metropolitan area. It was officially dedicated on May 20, 1984, just in time to host the NCAA Women's Tennis Championships and the 1984 Olympic Games. Since then, the LATC has hosted two more NCAA Women's Championships (1987 & '88), the NCAA Men's Championships (1997) and the World Beach Volleyball Championships (1997). It is also the annual site of the Countrywide Classic, one of the summer stops on the ATP Tour.
All regular-season UCLA tennis matches are free to the public. There is a small fee for NCAA postseason matches.
The LATC is easily accessible from Lots 4, 8, and 7 ($11 per vehicle). Click HERE for a detailed map of parking structures. The main UCLA campus map with additional parking information is located HERE.
Directions to a number of on-campus UCLA facilities can be accessed by clicking HERE.
- Noisemakers including thunder sticks, musical instruments, whistles, air horns and boom boxes
- Weapons or projectiles
- Alcoholic beverages
- Glass or metal containers of any size
- Hard or soft sided coolers in the seating areas
- Plastic drink containers (except 2 liters or less with factory seal intact)
- Boxes or wrapped packages of any size
- Unsliced fruits or vegetables
- Animals (other than service animals required because of a disability)
- Balls or toys
- Laser pointers
- Poles or sticks
- Unauthorized video cameras, monopods or tripods
- Skates, skateboards, scooters or bicycles
- Strollers in the seating areas
If you have any other questions, please contact the UCLA Athletic Communications Office at (310) 206-7870. The office is open Mon.-Fri. between 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.