Auburn boasts some of the top practice facilities in the nation with three natural grass football fields and an indoor practice facility, the John H. Watson Fieldhouse.
The John H. Watson Fieldhouse is a pre-engineered, structural steel, concrete and brick building which houses a 40-yard artificial turf field. The facility, which measures 155 feet by 210 feet, has a heating system and is cooled by large fans.
The facility, which has given the football team a place to practice during inclement weather, was dedicated on September 4, 1999.
The construction of the fieldhouse was made possible because of a generous contribution from Dothan businessman John Watson who graduated from Auburn in 1960 with a degree in mechanical engineering.