The Center was donated by Jim Kimsey – Class of 1962
Nestled among several of the U.S. Military Academy’s showcase athletic facilities, sparkling Kimsey Athletic Center serves as the new home to Army’s storied football program. The massive 120,000-square-foot, four-story facility houses Army’s state-of-art strength development and athletic training centers, spacious locker rooms, coaches’ offices, meeting rooms, equipment room, media room and multi-purpose rooms, among others. Kimsey Athletic Center will also serve as the home to the Earl Blaik Gallery and Doug Kenna Hall of Army Sports, a thorough depiction of West Point’s rich athletics heritage.
The Holleder Center can be seen on the left and the West Stands of Michie Stadium can be seen behind the Kinsey Athletic Center.
The South Wall of the Center facing one of the Practice Fields.
Cadet Locker Room Facilities
In Addition to the Earl Blaik Gallery,in Honor of Col Earl Red Blaik Army’s Legendary Football Coach and Doug Kenna Hall Honoring one of Army’s Great Football Players, The Kimsey Center houses the O’Meara, Malek, Pete Dawkins, Class of 1959 Strength Developement Center.