The Oklahoma City-area high school football stadium rankings reaches No. 4 with a stadium that has plenty to offer, no matter what you’re looking for. This week, we take a look at Douglass High School’s Moses F. Miller Stadium.
We based our rankings on facilities, uniqueness and home-field advantage. We will unveil a new stadium every week, wrapping up with our pick as the top area high school football stadium on Tuesday, Nov. 2.
Why Moses F. Miller Stadium is on the list: Built in 2007 to replace the old Moses F. Miller Stadium, which was demolished in 2003, the new version has a strong architectural design and plenty of seating to accomodate the large Douglass fan base. It’s a tribute to the past with a modern feel.
But more than anything, opponents fear it. There aren’t many stadiums in the state with a better home field advantage, thanks to the combination of a great crowd and a talented team. The Trojans are 20-3 since the new stadium opened, including nine straight wins on the home turf.
How to get there from downtown OKC: Take Interstate 40 East to Interstate 35 North. Exit at NE 10th St., and head West. The school campus is on the corner of NE 10th and Martin Luther King Blvd.
Remaining home schedule: While the Trojans are in the running for a home playoff game, the last chance to catch them at home during the regular season is Thursday, when they host Harrah.