A new chapter in the history of the Akron Zips football program began in 2009 with their move into Infocision Stadium. This facility is the third stadium the Zips have called their home. They first played at Buchtel Field, then moved into the Rubber Bowl in 1940. The Rubber Bowl was a 31,000 seat stadium that lacked the needs of the university and led them to announce plans to construct a new stadium for the Zips in 2007.
On September 12, 2009, the Zips played their first game at Infocision Stadium against Morgan State. The stadium has a seating capacity of 25,000 with standing room for 5,000. It features 17 luxury suites and over 500 club seats. Infocision Stadium also features a 22ft by 40ft video/scoreboard. Ribbon boards also keep fans up to date on any relevant information to the Zips. Fans can buy Zips merchandise at two different team stores, located at both ends of the stadium.