Princeton University Stadium

Princeton University Stadium

stadium_name = Princeton University Stadium| nickname =

location = Princeton University
Princeton, NJ 08540
broke_ground = 1997
opened = September 19, 1998
closed =
demolished =
owner = Princeton University
operator = Princeton University
surface = Field Turf
construction_cost= $45 million
architect =
former_names = | tenants = Princeton Tigers (Football)
Princeton Tigers (Soccer) 2007
seating_capacity = 27,773

Princeton University Stadium is a stadium in Princeton, New Jersey, United States. It is primarily used for American football, and is the home field of the Princeton University Tigers. The stadium opened in 1998 on the site of Princeton's former stadium, Palmer Stadium, and seats 27,773.

The year and a half needed to tear down Palmer Stadium and build the new field where it has stood meant that Princeton would not have an operational stadium for the 1997 season. Because of this the team was forced to play all of their games on the road.

The stadium's exterior shell mirrors the layout of Palmer Stadium, and the grandstands are four -ided, with a second deck added on all sides except the south. The press box and luxury boxes are located above the west-side upper deck. In addition to the stadium itself, the building project included building a track to the immediate south of the venue, which shares the stadium's south end facilities. (Previously, the track was located inside the stadium.)

Recently, [ FieldTurf] was installed replacing the former grass surface at Princeton Stadium. [ This announcement] was made in early 2006, and allowed the football team to complete their spring practice on.

External links

* [ Princeton Stadium at official Princeton athletics site]
* [ Summary at Ivy League official site]
* [ FieldTurf]

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