Built in 2003, Bobcat Field at West Campus provides an excellent venue for some of the best collegiate soccer available in the state of Georgia. Bordered by native trees on three sides to provide a picturesque backdrop, this soccer-specific facility features new light fixtures to host evening competition, a prominent scoreboard to keep fans in the know and well-manicured hybrid bermuda grass turf. Officially part of the Peeler Complex - including the baseball and softball fields nearby - the field was opened in the fall of 2004, the first varsity season for Bobcat soccer. With the addition of stadium seating in the summer of 2009, Bobcat Field has more of a event/stadium type feel. The seating is complete with back supports, as well as a covering for shade and inclement weather. In an effort to make Georgia College more of a home for Bobcat soccer players, the lockerroom at West Campus got a much-needed facelift in the summer of 2008. The facility has a much softer look, and is more inviting with the addition of couches and other more home-style furniture. Bobcat futbollers can also enjoy their own sit-in style locker, complete with attractive name-plate.