The Bellin Elite Football Combine has historically been hosted at the Don Hutson Center, site of the Green Bay Packers Indoor Training Facility. The structure sprawls over 112,400 square feet and encompasses two "Field Turf" fields. A 70-yard field runs east-west, with another 60-yard field running north-south. There are 90 foot and 85-foot ceilings over the respective fields.

This facility can hold 2 "747" jets side-by-side. The Don Hutson Center is 452 feet long and 170 feet wide.

This facility allows the Bellin Elite Football Combine (BEFC) to be run regardless of the weather, which is very unpredictable in Wisconsin. It also allows the BEFC to be run on an artificial surface that duplicates the playing conditions of real grass. This surface is called "Field Turf". This turf is used by many College and Professional Football teams.