|Acosta Athletic Complex
Training Room, Weight Room, Football Facilities, Locker Rooms
The two-story Acosta Athletic Complex serves a variety of needs for UCLA's highly competitive intercollegiate athletics program. The Center, which was remodeled in 2006, features UCLA's Athletic Training and Rehabilitation Room, a Speed-Strength & Conditioning Room, Varsity Locker rooms, and The Bud Knapp Football Center. This state-of-the-art facility provides UCLA student-athletes and coaches all of the advantages needed to maximize athletic performance. UCLA has always been at the forefront in the area of Sports Medicine and Athletic Training. The Acosta Sports Training Center expansion provided even more advances in sports medicine that benefit Bruin student-athletes, including state-of-the-art hydro-therapy pools. The UCLA Medical Center has been named 'Best in the West' for 17 consecutive years.
Here are some of the highlights of the Acosta Center:15,000 square foot weight room, with the most modern equipment for use by all 22 sports in the program.
8,000 square foot athletic training and rehabilitation facility with private offices for all of the certified athletic trainers. The facility includes three hydro pools, a large rehabilitation area, a doctors' suite and private examination areas. There is also a meeting room for up to 25 people.
The Bud Knapp Football Center is on the first floor, South Wing of the Acosta Center. It houses a large players' locker room that features wood lockers, a new coaches' locker room and an expanded equipment room. Nine position meeting rooms featuring state-of-the-art digital equipment, an auditorium-style team meeting/viewing room and a lobby with trophy display space that highlights the history of the program are also part of the football area.
The second floor completed in early 2007, features new locker rooms for various men's and women's sports with flat screen televisions in each locker room. It also has a team meeting room and an athlete lounge.
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The Acosta Athletic Complex is easily accessible from Lots 4, 6 and 7. Click HERE for a detailed map of parking structures. The main UCLA campus map with additional parking information is located HERE
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If you have any other questions, please contact the UCLA Athletic Department at (310) 825-8699
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