- Berning Gym
- Ellis Gymnasium
- Keating Natatorium
- St. Xavier Stadium and Ballaban Field
- Tennis Complex
- Track and Field Complex
- Varsity Baseball Field
Keating Natatorium is the home of the AquaBombers, St. Xavier’s swimming and diving team. The eight-lane Olympic-sized pool was built in 1969. The Cincinnati Marlins also use this facility. There are boy’s and girl’s locker rooms, a large concession stand and a weight room specifically for swimmers. The natatorium was refurbished in 2004 and features 626 permanent seats and a digital scoreboard.
Built in 1962, Tom Ballaban Field at St. Xavier Stadium has seen many great teams play on its field, as the Bombers have fielded some
However, by the late-1990s, the field had begun to deteriorate, as the facility did not have stadium lights, had a grass playing surface, and a seating capacity of under 4,000.
Then in 2000, the school and athletic department began a capital improvement campaign of $3.6 million for a new stadium and athletic facility. In 2004, St. Xavier completed the project, as the newly constructed Ballaban Field was opened to the public.
When opened, Ballaban Field was one of the best athletic facilities not just in the Cincinnati region, but all of Ohio. The seating capacity was increased to nearly 7,000, lights were added, and artificial turf was installed.
The facility also now includes a state-of-the-art press box, which can accomodate nearly 40 members of the media, along with coaches and game day staff.
In addition to football, Ballaban Field houses soccer, lacrosse, and rugby at St. Xavier as well as the Bomber Marching Band.
The namesake of the stadium is legendary Bombers head coach Tom Ballaban, a 1951 graduate, who played offensive line there and began teaching and coaching football in 1953. He accrued a 142-91-8 record in a quarter-century as head coach.