Johnson Hagood Stadium


Johnson Hagood Stadium

Infobox_Stadium
stadium_name = Johnson Hagood Stadium
nickmame = N/A


location = Hagood Avenue Charleston, South Carolina
broke_ground = 1946
opened = 1949
closed = N/A
deomlished = Westside-2004 & was rebuilt-2006
owner = The Citadel
operator = The Citadel
surface = Natural Grass
construction_cost =
former_names = None
architect =
tenants = The Citadel Bulldogs
seating_capacity =22,500 (originally)21,000 (1997-2003)

12,500 (2004-2005)

21,000 (2006-present)

Johnson Hagood Stadium, named for Brigadier General Johnson Hagood, is a 21,000-seat football stadium in Charleston, South Carolina. The stadium opened in 1948 and was eventually purchased by The Citadel from the city of Charleston in 1963. Today it is home to the The Citadel Bulldogs football team. Presently, the stadium is under a major renovation to update the facility.

The venue has hosted the NCAA Division I National Championship game in 1983 and 1984.


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