The Mal M. Moore Athletic Facility is a hub of activity. It houses athletics administration, football operations, the Athletics Dining Facility, Alabama Strength and Conditioning Complex, training room, and the Hall of Champions. As part of The Crimson Standard initiative, the entry lobby, football team locker room, training room, and equipment room will receive a facelift. The building will be expanded to accommodate a new Sports Science Center, and square footage will be added to the existing weight room. These changes will bolster the Crimson Tide's competitive advantage in recruiting, while better meeting the training needs of our student-athletes.
The lobby will be completely renovated. The reception desk will be relocated, and a new vestibule, staircase, and video elements will be installed. The locker room will be redesigned with a new layout, lockers, and lounge space.
"Evolution of our facilities is critical as we continue to move our programs forward to the levels we expect them to perform at and compete for championships. This was a process that involved our student-athletes, our coaches, our staff, University leadership and our fans." -- Greg Byrne
The training room and equipment rooms will be flipped for efficiency. The equipment room and laundry room will be expanded, and an equipment display will be added. The hydrotherapy area will be reconfigured.
A new Sports Science Center will support the athletic training needs of our student-athletes, helping to speed recovery and prevent injury. This addition will give our student-athletes access to advanced treatment services and technology with spaces dedicated to cryotherapy, chiropractic, stretch, massage, relaxation, recovery, and mental health services.
"The health and safety of our student-athletes is a top priority. The new Sports Science Center will take our medical care to the next level and help separate us from our competition." -- Jeff Allen, Associate Athletics Director for Sports Medicine
These upgrades will provide our student-athletes with the best facilities for training.
Renderings are conceptual and subject to change. All projects are subject to approval of The University of Alabama Board of Trustees, presidential approval and fundraising success.