Located beyond the south endzone of BB&T Field, Bridger Field House serves a number of different purposes for the Wake Forest athletic department. The facility, which was built at a cost of $8 million, officially opened in the fall of 1998.
|Bridger Field House Quick Facts
| Year Opened
|| $8 million
Bridger Field House is a hub of activity on football game days, as the venue houses the home and visiting team locker rooms, postgame interview room, specific areas for equipment and sports medicine staff and the Deacon Shop on the first floor. Fans also use Bridger to host group outings during football games, with stadium seating available off the balcony.
The Wake Forest Sports Hall of Fame calls Bridger Field House home. Plaques of all of the past inductees are located on the first floor of the facility.
The offices of the Deacon Club, Sports Marketing and Ticket Operations are also housed in Bridger.
Athletic department, University and general community events are held at the facility year-round. The Norman Snead Club Room and the Bill Barnes Sports Lounge are popular gathering areas for events.