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Texas High School Football Stadium Stats

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Texas High School Football Stadium Stats *

The Ten Largest High School Football Stadiums in Texas

Name City Seating Capacity

1. Alamo Stadium San Antonio 23,000

2. Frisco Soccer & Entertainment Center Frisco 21,193

3. Kimbrough Memorial Stadium Canyon 20,000

4. Mesquite Memorial Stadium Mesquite 20,000

5. Ratliff Stadium Odessa 19,302

6. Farrington Field Fort Worth 18,500

7. Buccaneer Stadium Corpus Christi 18,000

8. Ozen - Lamar Cardinal Stadium Beaumont 17,500

9. San Angelo Stadium San Angelo 17,500

10. Stallworth Stadium Baytown 16,500

Stadium Capacity Statistics

Number of Stadiums

Seating Capacity Ranges

10 16,000 and greater

57 10,001 to 16,000

173 5001 to 10,000

388 1,001 to 5,000

267 100 to 1,000

93 No Data

Total State Wide Seating Capacity

3,463,241

Average Seating Capacity

3,505

The Oldest High School Stadiums in Texas

(With 297 Stadiums Reporting an opening year)

Name

Town

Year Opened

Current Age

1. St. Anthony (Lang Field) San Antonio 1910 95

2. Legion Stadium Marlin 1915 90

3. Jones Stadium El Paso 1916 89

4. Woods Field Scurry 1918 87

5. Bulldog Field Jasper 1927 78

6. H. Govan Memorial Stadium Rotan 1927 78

7. Shaw Field Leefors 1927 78

8. Barry Field Hondo 1928 77

9. Mitchell Zimmerman Field Lockney 1928 77

10. Bart Coan Field Fort Davis 1929 76

11. Jackson Field Alpine 1929 76

12. Wildcat Field Wink 1929 76

13. Bulldog Field Wortham 1932 73

14. McKee Stadium El Paso 1932 73

15. New Century Club Field Clarksville 1932 73

16. Chambless Field Mart 1933 72

17. Martin Field Marfa 1934 71

18. Brogden Stadium Gorman 1935 70

19. Bulldog Stadium Howe 1935 70

20. Eagle Field Eagle Pass 1935 70

21. Leeper Stadium Gainesville 1935 70

22. Miller Stadium Mineral Wells 1935 70

23. Brule Stadium Navasota 1936 69

24. Lion Stadium Henderson 1936 69

25. Fair Park Stadium Laredo 1937 68

26. Shirley Field Childress 1937 68

27. The Bears Den Baird 1937 68

28. West Rusk Stadium New London 1937 68

Playing Surface

Other Stadium Statistics

Total Numbers of Stadiums in the Database 989

Area of Playing Fields 1226 Acres

1.94 Square Miles

The first High School Stadium with Lights for night games. West Rusk Stadium - New London. (1937)

The last High School Stadium to add lights for night games. Bart Coan Field - Fort Davis

The field added lights in 1976

Mile High Stadium Bart Coan Field - Fort Davis

There are 254 counties in Texas. Three of them do not have High School Football Stadiums. They are: Loving, Hartley, and Kenedy,

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Silsbee could add 30' date='000 more seats. But it still wont help you beat WOS 8)[/quote']Sheesh. If I remember right didn't they beat yall in a playoff game in P.A.??? Just asking.

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Yeah, they did... eight years ago :roll:

Since then, it's been one-sided. Before then it was pretty one-sided too. That same year, we played them in the regular season and held them to negative yards in a wet, sloppy game.

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that sure was a harsh comment kicker when no one from silsbee has disrespected you at all

Althought yall did beat us earliar that year, that team got better week after week. So give credit when credit is deserved instead of bashing.

Edit- Ill take anyone in this bet also.

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Ozen can hardly claim bragging rights to the stadium seating list. They're only bumming off of Lamar, since appearently they don't have a real home of their own.

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that sure was a harsh comment kicker when no one from silsbee has disrespected you at all

Althought yall did beat us earliar that year' date=' that team got better week after week. So give credit when credit is deserved instead of bashing.

Edit- Ill take anyone in this bet also.[/quote']

dont get so upset, its all for fun!

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I think the nachos sold at Jasper Stadium are just as old as the stadium itself :D

and didnt coop sling the wine bottle on the door to dedicate the opening of the stadium in 1927??? :twisted:

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