The facility, named after Liberty alumni Richard and Karin Osborne who gave the lead donation for the entire complex project, includes a 1,000 chairback seat grandstand, a fully-functioning press box with a permanent sound system and booth for video streaming use and red brick and wrought-iron fencing which surrounds the entire complex.

In conjunction with the Williams Football Stadium expansion projection, a full-service concession stand and on-site restroom facilities are now available.

On the north end of the complex sits the men’s soccer locker room, which houses a player lounge and film study area.

The stadium grandstand and press box were completed and dedicated on Oct. 16, 2009 at the halftime of Liberty’s 1-0 victory over Presbyterian.


The 5,000 square foot, two-floor center, named after William and Wanda Luurtsema, who provided a generous donation to the project, includes offices for both the men's and women's soccer programs. In addition to offices, the building contains four locker rooms, a training room, a laundry area and team rooms. The Liberty women’s soccer locker room was provided by a generous donation by the Tyson family, the relatives of former Liberty women’s soccer player Brittany Tyson. The building was completed and occupied on Aug. 16, 2010 and was renovated during the summer of 2017.