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Stewart Stadium

Stewart Stadium
Full name Elizabeth Dee Shaw
Stewart Stadium
Location 3402 University Circle
Ogden, Utah 84408
 United States
Owner Weber State University
Operator Weber State University
Capacity 17,312
Surface synthetic turf
Opened 1966 (expanded) [1]
Tenants
Weber State Wildcats (NCAA)
(1966-present)

Elizabeth Dee Shaw Stewart Stadium is a 17,312-seat outdoor multi-purpose stadium in Ogden, Utah, used primarily for football. It is the home field of the Weber State University Wildcats of the Big Sky Conference. It was expanded in 1966 with the construction of the west grandstand, nearly doubling its capacity.[1] The stadium is located at 3402 University Circle.

References

  1. ^ a b Lewiston Morning Tribune - Will expand stadium - Associated Press - 1966-05-23 - p.6

External links

  • Weber State Athletics


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