The CCSU Soccer Field opened in 2012 prior to the 2012 women's and men's soccer seasons. The new field features state-of-the-art field turf and includes new seating for over 500 fans. The field is surrounded by the new CCSU Track and features a lofted press box that presides over both.
The first game played on the CCSU Soccer Field was the men's season-opener against Yale on August 31, 2012. The men pulled out a 2-0 victory over the Bulldogs. In their first season on the field, the men posted a 4-2-1 record at home and an 8-8-1 overall season record. They finished fourth in the Northeast Conference with a 6-3-1 record.
The women's team played its first home game at the CCSU Soccer Field on September 2, 2012 against the Providence Friars. The women posted a 2-5 home record and finished their season 3-7 in the NEC, with all three wins coming in the last five games of the season.
Between both the men's and women's teams, the Blue Devils carry a record of 26-19-5 on the new CCSU Soccer Field. Both teams earned impressive accolades on the season with the men's team boasting 2012 NEC Men's Soccer Player of the Year Reece Wilson and the 2012 NEC Women's Soccer Goalkeeper of the Year went to CCSU's Nikola Deiter. The women's soccer team won the 2014 Northeast Conference Championship, while the men's program hosted the 2013 NEC Tournament as the top seed by virtue of going 6-1 in league play.