░─├┼┴¨║¤▓╩╣┘═°'s Atwood Stadium╠řis an 11,000-seat stadium.╠řIt's located in the historic Carriage Town district area of downtown╠řFlint, ░─├┼┴¨║¤▓╩╣┘═°. The University received ownership of the stadium in 2013. In 2015, ░─├┼┴¨║¤▓╩╣┘═° oversaw $2 million in renovations to the restrooms, press box, concourse, exterior and playing field. The new FieldTurf surface has permanent lines for regulation high school football, soccer and lacrosse.╠ř
░─├┼┴¨║¤▓╩╣┘═°'s intramural and recreational sports programs use the field. Since 2019, the Flint City Bucks soccer team and Powers Catholic High School's football, boys and girls soccer, boys and girls lacrosse╠řand marching band programs share the stadium as their home field.
The annual Vehicle City Gridiron Classic also opens the high school football season at ░─├┼┴¨║¤▓╩╣┘═°'s Atwood Stadium, with six to eight teams competing each season.
The╠řFlint Institute of Music╠řhosts an annual╠řIndependence Day╠řconcert in the stadium, which is coordinated with Flint's fireworks display that╠řis launched from the╠řChevy Commons╠řpark located to the south, immediately across the╠řFlint River╠řfrom the stadium.
The Atwood Stadium Races, formerly the Tuuri, is a set of road races -╠řkid's dash, 5K and 10K, that begin and end at the stadium and is hosted by the╠řCrim Fitness Foundation╠řin partnership with╠ř░─├┼┴¨║¤▓╩╣┘═°. The races are typically held on the fourth Saturday in July. It is an official Crim Training Program voucher race╠řand is known as a training race for the Crim.╠řRacers can choose to run the "duo", both races.