Experience lacrosse in its glory with a visit to the US Lacrosse National Headquarters at the crest of the hill on the corner of York Road and Loveton Circle in Sparks, Maryland.  Our 12-acre campus includes the US Lacrosse offices, the National Lacrosse Hall of Fame and Museum, and MedStar Health Sports Medicine and Performance Center in the three-story IWLCA Building. Catch a game at Tierney Field - designed with a nod to tradition with a grassy knoll and intimate stadium seating - sits just outside the front door. A stroll along the Chris Sailer trail around the stadium takes you past the 9/11 Memorial Garden and a native plants meadow.

The complex opened to the public on September 9-11, 2016, after successfully completing a $15 million capital campaign funded entirely by private donations.

Grand Opening Highlights

Tierney Field

Named in honor of the National Hall of Famer and Team USA, Princeton and Denver head coach William G. Tierney, come experience a first-class game day at Tierney Field with stadium seating for 474 and capacity up to 2000 with chairs and blankets on the grassy knoll!

The field – a GreenFields' state-of-the-art MX Trimension woven turf and woven Sine pad with a TPE infill - is lined for men’s and women’s lacrosse, surrounded by stadium lights, video scoreboard, public address system, shot clocks, and a midfield tunnel to access two team locker rooms and one officials locker room.

All seating is first-come, first-served, and fans may bring collapsible tailgating chairs and blankets for hillside areas. Please do not bring alcohol, dogs and other animals, lacrosse balls, glass containers and tents. We are a no smoking or vaping campus. Please see the A-Z Guide for more information.


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The National Lacrosse Hall of Fame and Museum

From its origins in Native American culture to its popularity today, uncover lacrosse’s rich history, explore its evolution, honor the achievements of participants past and present, and celebrate and deepen your connection to the game with a visit to The National Lacrosse Hall of Fame and Museum just inside the IWLCA Building.  

“The undeniable spirit of lacrosse unites all who encounter the game.”

Open Monday – Friday from 9:00 am – 4:00 pm. Open on Saturday and Sundays if a game is present. On game days at Tierney Field, the Hall will open one hour prior to game time and close after the conclusion of the game. Admission is free, but donations are kindly requested to maintain the cultural hub of lacrosse.

Please note: Due to concerns around COVID-19, the National Lacrosse Hall of Fame and Museum will be closed to the public until further notice.

Schedule a Team Visit Ask the Archivist Hall of Fame Inductees Gallery

US Lacrosse Meeting Spaces

As the home of lacrosse, we welcome organizations of all kinds to hold their meetings and events on our campus! With rooms that hold two to 80 guests and access to the National Lacrosse Hall of Fame and Museum and the Crum Family Education Center overlooking Tierney Field, US Lacrosse is a unique place to gather for meetings, lectures, classroom activities, workshops, reunions and more!

Outdoor space for larger gatherings is also available on the Nuttle-Wingate Terrace or the Henry A. Rosenberg, Jr. Promenade. Twenty-one pillars honoring college lacrosse programs line the promenade along with the Creator's Game statue, sculpted by Jud Hartmann and relocated from the former US Lacrosse headquarters in Baltimore.

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