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  1. Stevens Stadium - Wikipedia

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    Stevens Stadium opened its gates for the first time on September 22, 1962 when it hosted a football game between UC Davis and Santa Clara. The stadium was originally named for Lawrence T. "Buck" Shaw, a former football coach of the SCU Broncos. The playing surface still retains his name to the present day being named the Buck Shaw Field. It was used for football games until 1992 and baseball games until 2005.

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  2. Stevens Stadium - Buck Shaw Field - Santa Clara

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    Named after former Santa Clara football coach, Lawrence T. "Buck" Shaw, Buck Shaw Field, formerly known as Buck Shaw Stadium, has served as a showcase for some of Santa Clara University's proudest athletic achievements since the facility opened in 1962. Besides serving as the home for the Bronco soccer team, the 6,800-seat facility also housed Santa Clara baseball until 2005.

  3. Buck Shaw Stadium (Santa Clara) - 2020 All You Need to Know ...

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    Buck Shaw was the famed SCU Football Coach from 1929 -1942. The Stadium was completed in 1965 with funds from the Bronco Bench Foundation. It has been home to SCU Football and Baseball teams –and! It was the site of several SF Giants vs. SCU Bronco baseball games. Newly renamed Buck Shaw Field at Stevens Stadium. Spectacular.

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    • 500 El Camino Real, Santa Clara, 95050-4345, California
  4. Buck Shaw Stadium - Santa Clara, CA - Yelp

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    Brand spankin' new stadium - the new name: Steven's Stadium - Buck Shaw Field. Stunning improvements- a pleasure watching the soccer games there. A local told me Buck Shaw was a rockstar Coach at SCU- His 1936 and 1937 football teams won every single game including beating LSU in the Sugar Bowl.

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  5. Buck Shaw Stadium (Santa Clara) - 2020 What to Know Before ...

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    Buck Shaw was the famed SCU Football Coach from 1929 -1942. The Stadium was completed in 1965 with funds from the Bronco Bench Foundation. It has been home to SCU Football and Baseball teams –and! It was the site of several SF Giants vs. SCU Bronco baseball games.

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    • 500 El Camino Real, Santa Clara, 95050-4345, California
  6. Buck Shaw Stadium 500 El Camino Real Santa Clara, CA Stadiums ...

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    Buck Shaw Stadium 500 El Camino Real Santa Clara, CA Stadiums Arenas & Athletic Fields - MapQuest.

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    • (408) 554-4660
    • 500 El Camino Real, Santa Clara, 95050
  7. Buck Shaw Stadium (Santa Clara) - All You Need to Know BEFORE ...

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    Buck Shaw was the famed SCU Football Coach from 1929 -1942. The Stadium was completed in 1965 with funds from the Bronco Bench Foundation. It has been home to SCU Football and Baseball teams –and! It was the site of several SF Giants vs. SCU Bronco baseball games. Newly renamed Buck Shaw Field at Stevens Stadium. Spectacular.

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    • 500 El Camino Real, Santa Clara, 95050-4345, California
  8. Buck Shaw Stadium - San Jose Earthquakes | Football Tripper

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    History

    Buck Shaw Stadium first hosted a sporting event back on the 22nd September 1962 when it hosted an American Football Match between The University of California, Davis, and Santa Clara. It would continue to host football games until 1992 and baseball matches until 2005 when it was converted to a dedicated Soccer Stadium with the removal of the baseball infield, dugouts and backstop. Since the formation of the San Jose Earthquakes back in 1994 the club have long looked for a permanent home and o...

    Seating Plan

    Below is a seating plan of The Earthquake’s Buck Shaw Stadium.

    Stands

    Buck Shaw Soccer Stadium is comprised of four stands: North, East, South and West. Click the thumbnails above to enlarge an image of each stand and to read a more detailed description of each part of the stadium.

    Best Pubs

    Towards the south-east corner of the pitch there is there are a series of marques which includes a V.I.P Tent and the Beer Garden which is sponsored by Corona. This is your best bet if you want to grab a cold one before the game. There are also beer tens located within the gated area behind the stands at either goal-end.

    Food

    Next to the outdoor beer garden there is a designated BBQ area which typically has vendors selling grilled meat options. Scattered around the ground are a handful of smaller kiosks which sell the expected range of fast food such as fries, burgers and hot dogs.

    Club Shop

    Very much a university built stadium there really aren’t many permanent constructions besides the stands themselves, and thus the club shop is more like a club stall. It is located within the “vendor” area towards the southern part of Buckshaw Stadium on the spare Stanton soccer field.

    Standard ticket prices to see San Jose Earthquakes play at the Buck Shaw are as follows: 1. Netsuite VIP On Field – $150 2. Corona Cove – $75 3. Premier Midfield – $55 4. Centre Circle – $40 5. Sideline – $30 6. Corner Flag – $25 7. Supporters Flag – $22

  9. Buck Shaw Stadium Facility Information - Santa Clara

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    For all Santa Clara Intercollegiate events at Buck Shaw Stadium, a valid access card will gain entrance for the Faculty/staff member and one guest. The Faculty/Staff Gate is located at the North entrance. Ruff Rider Gate The Ruff Rider Gate is located at the North entrance of the Stadium.

  10. Buck Shaw - Wikipedia

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    On September 22, 1962, the first football game, a contest between Santa Clara and UC Davis, was played in Buck Shaw Stadium . Shaw died of cancer on March 19, 1977, nine days shy of his 78th birthday, at Stanford University 's Branch Convalescent Hospital.