|Robert Dietz Memorial Stadium|
|Location||Kingston, New York|
|Owner||City of Kingston|
|Kingston Colonials (1949-1951)
Kingston Tigers (1952-present)
Hudson Valley Highlanders (2008)
Robert Dietz Memorial Stadium is a football stadium in Kingston, New York. Dietz Stadium is the home field of the Kingston High School Tigers football team. It is named for Robert H. Dietz, a Medal of Honor recipient killed in World War II. Dietz was a Kingston native.
One lap on the track is 400 meters. 4 laps is 1600 meters (about 30 feet short of a mile: 1 mile = 1 609.344 meters)
High School Football
After the team folded in 1951, the stadium was purchased by the City of Kingston for the Kingston City School District, and has served as a high school football stadium ever since.
The team served as the home stadium for the short-lived Hudson Valley Highlanders of the North American Football League; the team played only one season in 2008.