Foote Field
Foote Field is a multi-purpose sports facility on the University of Alberta campus in Edmonton, Alberta, built as a legacy facility for the 2001 World Championships in Athletics. It was named for University of Alberta alumnus and philanthropist Eldon Foote, who donated $2 million toward the construction costs.

Foote Field features two separate athletic fields on either side of a multi-purpose indoor facility. The East Field is a fully-lit stadium that serves as home for the Alberta Golden Bears football team. It features a CFL-sized surface, press box, electronic scoreboard, and has a capacity of 3,500 spectators. The East Field also features a four-lane, 125m warm-up runway. In 2007, the field's older Astroturf surface was replaced with a new PureGrass surface. The West Field is designed for track-and-field training and competition. It features a 400m Mondo IIAF running track, as well as separate areas for long jump/ triple jump, high jump, pole vault, discus, hammer, shot put, and javelin. Inside the track is a natural-turf soccer field. Like the East Field, the West Field features a press box, electronic scoreboard, and has a capacity of 1,500 spectators. Between the two fields is a multi-purpose indoor facility, which includes locker rooms, press box, and concession area. Other indoor facilities include classroom space, meeting rooms, and a high-performance weight-training area. The fitness centre is for the use of high-performance student-athletes only.