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Texas Football Hall of Fame Stadiums - Class of 2018

Yellow Jacket Stadium - Cleburne - As part of the Presidents "New Deal" the Works Progress Administration (WPA) came to Cleburne in 1939 to build a new football stadium.
The stadium was built west of town on 6 1/2 acres in Emmett Brown's pasture. more...

Farrington Field - Fort Worth - Farrington Field is an 18,500-capacity large multi-use stadium in Fort Worth, Texas. It was constructed in 1938-1939 by the Work Progress Administration (WPA) and designed by Arthur George King and Everett L. Frazier from the architecture firm of Preston M. Geren. more...

Texas Football Hall of Fame Stadium - Class of 2016

The Tomato Bowl- Jacksonville - In 1938 the Jacksonville School Board authorized a Dallas Architect to design a new football field to be built on the hilltop site on East Commerce Street when the land and funding became available. Then they applied to the Works Progress Administration (WPA) for financial assistance in constructing the... more...

Texas Football Hall of Fame Stadiums - Class of 2014

Alamo Stadium - San Antonio, constructed by Works Progress Administration workers in 1940, and the adjoining gymnasium built in 1949 (known today as the Alamo Convocation Center), were built to address the needs of San Antonio's growing student population during the Depression and post-World War II era. more...

W. T. Barrett Stadium - Odessa - The Ector County Independent School District school board started planning to build a new football stadium after the Odessa High School Bronchos won the Texas High School Football State Championship against San Antonio Jefferson on December 28th, 1946. more...

R. R. Jones Stadium - El Paso was built in 1916 and was the site of the very first Sun Bowl and is home to El Paso High School team. It always offers fantastic views of downtown El Paso from the stadium seats. more...

The Mustang Bowl - Sweetwater - There is no better High School football stadium in the Texas than the Mustang Bowl in Sweetwater. The Mustang Bowl was built by the Works Progress Administration (WPA) in 1939 making it older than most stadiums currently in use more...

Texas Stadium Hall of Fame Nominees






Bart Coan Field Fort Davis 1929 1128 Still Active
Bulldog Field Wortham 1932 500 Still Active
Rogan Field San Saba 1935 1500 Still Active
Brogden Field Gorman 1935 1000 Still Active
Piper Stadium Hamlin 1935 2000 Still Active
Ram Stadium Joaquin 1937 1000 Still Active
The Cotton Bowl Dallas 1930 92200 Still Active

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