Oklahoma City-area high school football stadium rankings: No. 6, Stillwater
STILLWATER — Here is the fifth installment in our weekly series on the top 10 high school football stadiums in the Oklahoma City area.
The rankings were produced by myself and Ryan Aber. We based our choices on facilities, uniqueness and home-field advantage.
We will unveil a new stadium every Tuesday, wrapping up with our pick as the top area high school football stadium on Tuesday, Nov. 2.
No. 6 on the list is Stillwater’s Pioneer Stadium, which first opened its gates on Sept. 4, 2009.
Why it’s on the list: Pioneer Stadium is one of the newest and nicest places to watch a high school football game in the state. The home side seats 4,000 fans and the visiting side seats 2,000.
The scoreboard, located on the stadium’s north end, is a 32-foot by 24-foot Daktronics unit, which includes a 31-foot by 11-foot LED video display.
The field is made up of artificial turf (FieldTurf).
How to get there from downtown OKC: Take I-40 East to I-35 North. Take Exit 174 towards Stillwater. Turn left onto S. Western Road, and continue on W. Hall of Fame Ave. Turn left onto N. Main St., and continue on N. Boomer Rd. Turn right onto N. Husband St.
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