The Allen N. Reeves Football Complex has been described by Coach Swinney as the “epitome of Clemson: fun, special, and the best in the country.” The facility provides members of the football team a truly unique experience you can only get at Clemson.
The Players’ Lounge is equipped with flat screen TVs including Xbox, PS4 and Nintendo Wii, an indoor golf simulator, barber shop, two lane bowling alley, arcade games, and pool and ping-pong tables
The outdoor amenities include a basketball court, putt putt, a grilling area, beach volleyball, and more.
The newly renovated Player’s Lounge is equipped with three flat screen TVs, two pool tables, two Ping-Pong tables, two arcade basketball games, Big Buck HD hunter, Air Hockey, Pac Man, XBOX Ones, and PS4s. The lounge also features wrap around lounge furniture.
The Players’ Locker Room is one of the largest in the country and provides a comfortable space for players’ to dress, recover and relax.
The Gatorade Fuel Bar in the largest football only weight room in the country provides everything our players’ need for fueling and recovery prior to and after workouts. The Fuel Bar is stocked with Energy Bars, Protein Recovery Snacks, Gatorade, and multiple recovery drinks. Players’ are offered custom smoothies made to their specific needs after each workout prepared by our Nutrition Staff. The Fuel Bar offers easily accessible snacks to our players’ at all times in order to help them train their best.
Dining hall/Training table that provides breakfast, lunch, & dinner with healthy, home cooked meals optimizing recovery and performance at the highest level.
Over 25,000 sq. ft. on two stories dedicated to football only strength and conditioning.
Full supply of top of the line and most innovative NIKE gear.
80,000 square feet, includes a full football field, video board, and strength area
Through the years, Memorial Stadium has become known as “Death Valley.” It was tagged as such by the late Presbyterian College Coach Lonnie McMillian in the late 1940s. After bringing his teams to Clemson for years and getting whipped, he said the place was “Death Valley.” A few years later, the name stuck.