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Vincent T. Lombardi Memorial Center

Vincent T. Lombardi Memorial Center


Ms. Mary Cunneen, Assistant Athletic Director for Facilities

Lombardi Center

(718) 817-4261


Mr. Mike Roberts, Assistant Athletic Director/ Intramurals and Club Sports and Membership Services

Lombardi Center

(718) 817-4263


 (718) 817-4265


Completed in 1976, The Vincent T. Lombardi Memorial center is a multifaceted athletic complex serving the Fordham University community. It is located adjacent to the Rose Hill Gymnasium and the McGinley Center. The entrance is a memorial exhibit of Fordham alumnus Vincent T. Lombardi and the University’s Athletic Hall of Fame members.


The following facilities are found within the Lombardi Center: a field house with a 200-meter four lane track; basketball, tennis, volleyball, and handball courts; an eight-lane, 38-meter pool and diving well; five squash/racquetball courts, weight room, aerobics rooms, cardio- fitness area with exercise cycles, step units, and treadmills; men’s and women’s locker rooms with Finnish Saunas; and an athletic equipment issue counter where balls and racquets are available for use.


A new fitness center located in the lower level of the McGinley was opened in Fall 2012. The fitness center includes a variety of new state-of-the-art cardio machines, strength training circuit stations, and free weights. A new multipurpose room allows for recreation classes, and there is a room dedicated for spinning classes.


All full-time undergraduate students at Rose Hill and Lincoln Center in FCRH, FCLC, or CBA are entitled to membership and use of the LombardiCenter as their tuition fees cover the cost. Paid yearly memberships are available to all students, staff, and alumni of the Fordham University community. Membership information and applications are available at the Lombardi Center office, or call (718) 817-4260 to have membership information and an application mailed to you.


Lombardi Center Facility Hours


Academic Year hours:

Monday - Friday: 6:00AM - 12:00AM

Saturday - Sunday: 9:00AM - 9:30PM

Summer Hours:

Monday - Friday: 6:00 AM - 9:30 PM

Saturday - Sunday: 9:00AM - 9:30PM


Lombardi Center Office hours


Academic Year hours:

Monday - Friday: 9:00AM - 5:00PM

Summer Hours:

Monday - Friday 9:00AM - 5:00PM


Note: Our office is closed Fridays in July through the second weekend in August.




Fordham University students who are not members of the Lombardi Center may pay a $4.00 daily guest fee with a valid ID upon entrance to the center. Non-students affiliated with the University may pay a daily entrance fee of $8.00 upon entrance. There is a two-guest limit for all Lombardi Center members.


Intramural Sports Program


The intramural sports program provides the opportunity for recreation, fun, and competition between students, faculty, staff, and alumni in a variety of athletic activities. Intramurals are offered for the following sports: flag football, co-rec soccer, co-rec volleyball, men’s, women’s and co-rec basketball, fall softball, spring softball, baseball (male only) and dodge ball (male and co-rec). Teams or individuals may compete in the men’s, women’s, or co-ed divisions. Sign-ups are held in the Lombardi Center Office. In addition to the full-season sports there are special events held throughout the year. Call the Assistant AD/Intramural at (718) 817-4263 for more information.


Lifetime Sports Program


The Lombardi Center provides noncredit instructional recreational courses to develop new and untried skills. The main objective is to offer the Fordham community the opportunity to develop and enhance leisure and recreational activities that can last a lifetime. Current courses provided at the Rose Hill Campus are Cardio-Kickboxing, Tennis, and Yoga. Please refer to the lifetime sports course listing each semester for times and fees.


Club Sports


Competitive and recreational non-varsity sports teams are available at Fordham through the Lombardi Center. All club sports teams must follow specific guidelines that are administered through the Director of Club Sports, the Club President, and the Constitution. The current club sports include: Baseball, Men’s Crew, Dance Team (Ram Rhythm), Men’s Ice Hockey, Men’s & Women’s Lacrosse, Men’s & Women’s Rugby, Women’s and Co-ed Sailing, Men’s & Women’s Soccer, and Men’s and Women’s Ultimate Frisbee. Club Sport teams represent Fordham University in intercollegiate competitions, and its membership consists of full-time undergraduate students eligible to represent the University. If you are interested in joining a club sport or if you are interested in getting one started, see the Assistant AD for Intramural & Club Sports in the Lombardi Center Office.

Reviewed August 2014.

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