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  1. Howard Stadium: Location: 2400 6th Street Northwest Washington, D.C. 20059: Owner: Howard University: Operator: Howard University: Capacity: 10,000: Surface: Sprinturf: Construction; Broke ground: 1926: Built: October 16, 1926: Opened: 1926: Tenants; Howard Bison

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    • 2400 6th Street Northwest, Washington, D.C. 20059
  2. By 1977, Howard Stadium had been renovated and expanded to seat 9,000. That year, University officials proposed constructing a 20,000-set stadium to replace the aging facility. Friday night football games did not draw large crowds and the University could not get many Saturday games at RFK Stadium which was also home to the Washington Redskins.

  3. May 27, 2022 · In total, there are 14 football stadiums in the ACC, one for each team. Seven of the 14 can hold 60,000 or more fans, while two are also home to NFL teams on Sundays. Just like an army, there is...

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  5. William H. Greene Stadium is a 7,086 seat (10,000-for football) multi-purpose stadium in Washington, D.C., in the United States, which opened in 1926. It is home to the Howard University Bison football and soccer teams. People Also Searches howard university football stadium capacity Previous zsc stadium capacity zozo marine stadium capacity

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