aerial view of east campusOne of the more intriguing strengths of the partnership between the Cincinnati Bengals and Georgetown College is the development and construction of the $15-million Athletic Complex.

The complex, built on 52 acres of rolling Bluegrass one-half mile east of the main campus, offers:

Toyota Stadium, the center piece of the complex, is named for Toyota Motor Manufacturing Kentucky, Inc. (TMMK) now celebrating 20 years in Georgetown, Kentucky.

The Athletic Complex features the latest advances in everything from weight training equipment to the turf used on the stadium field. It also doubles the size of the Georgetown College campus.

"Georgetown College has a training facility that is as good, or even better, than any in the NFL," said Mike Brown, president and general manager of the Cincinnati Bengals. "Our players and staff are delighted to be part of it."

While the complex as a whole is quite inviting for players, coaches and fans, Toyota Stadium is what separates the Bengals Summer Training Camp from any other in the NFL. The stadium offers permanent bleachers for 5,000 fans and is built into a natural bowl which can expand to a 20,000 seat capacity.

The Bengals will use the Conference Center, adjacent to the stadium, as a dining hall and for classroom instruction during camp.

The guest townhouses will be home to the Brown family and the apartment-style residence park will provide housing for the players and coaching staff. Georgetown College students live in the apartments during the academic year.