In September 2007, Georgia Basketball christened its $30-million, 120,000-square-foot Coliseum Training Facility adjacent to historic Stegeman Coliseum. The facility provides the Bulldogs and Lady Bulldogs with some of the nation's premier resources and amenities. It also celebrates Georgia Basketball's successes with colorful displays featuring historic images and memorabilia, as well as interactive video kiosks.
Each team has its own practice gym featuring full-length courts and four side goals. The gyms are separated by a state-of-the-art audio/video area and a satellite athletic training room. Across the hall from the practice gyms are spacious locker rooms, player lounges, team meeting spaces and staff offices.
The facility's first floor features a massive weight room including a short sprint track.
"We are all so very proud of the Training Facility," Mark Fox said. "You won't find a better one of its kind anywhere in the country. It has everything we could possibly hope for in helping our players realize their potential as basketball players. It's also a place that our players can consider their 'home away from home.' There's no question that it's one of many reasons why I believe Georgia has so much potential as a basketball program."
"It's everything we had hoped for," Landers said when the building was dedicated. "It could very well be the nicest facility of its kind in the entire country. It serves our student-athletes well as they strive to be the best that they can be. Perhaps its greatest compliment is that it's a very functional building. It's well thought out, well designed and meticulously appointed."