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Paul Brown Tiger Stadium

Paul Brown Tiger Stadium

Football Stadium: Paul Brown Tiger Stadium; constructed in 1939 as a Works Project Administration (WPA) Project under President Franklin Roosevelt; named after former Massillon, Ohio State, Cleveland Browns and Cincinnati Bengals Head Coach Paul Brown, located at the high school
Playing Surface: Field turf, north-to-south orientation
Stadium Capacity: 16,884
Stadium Seating: Closed fiberglass bleachers on home and visitors’ sides; open aluminum bleachers in endzones; handicap accessible seating
Features: Locker rooms on home side; press box on home side for TV/radio and coaching spotters; loge box on visitors’ side for VIPs/media and meeting room; roof covering part of home side; unobstructed field lighting; state-of-the-art scoreboard and sound system; ample on-site parking
Amenities: Restrooms and food concessions on each side; souvenir stand on home side

Previous Facilities

North Street Field (1906-1914)

Erie Street Field / Driving Park (1914-1916)

Central Street Athletic Field / Agathon (1917-1920, 1924)

Pearl Street Field / Shriver Park (1921-23)

Massillon Field (1924-1938)