The stadium has a University Sports League Museum on the esplanade of the Casa Blanca.
Estadio de Liga Deportiva Universitaria or 'The University Sports League Stadium' is a football stage, situated on Av. John F. Kennedy Avenue in Quito, Ecuador. it is spread across an area of 105 x 68 m and commonly called La Casa Blanca. The construction started on 1st March 1995 and took two years to complete. The stadium was opened to the spectators on 6th March 1997. An estimated amount of USD $ 16,000,000 was spent on its construction. The chief architect involved in designing the stadium was Ricardo Mórtola. It is also known as the White House Stadium.
The first match at the University Sports League Stadium played between LDU (Liga Deportiva Universitaria club) and Atletico Mineiro club was held on 6th March 1997.
The final match of the Recopa Sudamericana 2010 was held at the stadium on 25th August. It was a match between LDU and Students Club of La Plata.
The match between LDU and Deportivo Quito, held on 22nd April 1997, was the first official match held at the stadium.
Three significant matches of the South American Sub-17 Ecuador 2011 were played at the stadium on 9th April 2011.
The final leg of the Copa Libertadores 2008 was held here on 25th June. It was a match between LDU and Fluminense.