Bulldog Field was the home of the Union College men's and women's soccer teams since the 1992 (men's) and 1993 (women's) seasons. It measures 120 yards by 75 yards. There is netting 30 feet in the air behind each goal, and there is a regulation scoreboard in the north end zone.
Each team has a dugout for its bench. During the summer of 2002, a new concrete wall was constructed between the two dugouts, and a new grandstand area was built. In addition, a concession stand/press box building was erected in the midst of the grandstand area.
In 2001, Bulldog Field was the host site for the NAIA Region XI Tournament. In November of 2002, Bulldog Field was the host site for the NAIA Region XII Women's Soccer Tournament.
Bulldog Field was primary home for the Union soccer programs until the 2007 season when synthetic sports grass was installed at Burch/Nau Field, allowing the soccer programs to share the field with the football program. The soccer teams occassionally play regular-season games at Bulldog Field.