Everett Memorial Stadium

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Everett Memorial Stadium
Location 3900 Broadway
Everett, Washington
Owner Everett School District
Operator Everett School District
Capacity 3,682 Baseball Stadium,
12,000 Football Stadium
Field size Left Field – 330 ft (101 m)
Center Field – 395 ft (120 m)
Right Field – 330 ft (101 m)
Surface Natural grass
Broke ground 1983
Opened 1984; 31 years ago (1984)
Expanded 1998
Everett AquaSox (NWL, 1995–present)
Everett Giants (NWL, 1984–1994),
Everett Reign Women's Football Team (WFA, 2013-Present)

Everett Memorial Stadium is an outdoor stadium complex in Everett, Washington, primarily used for football & baseball. Opened 31 years ago in 1984, it is the home field of the Everett AquaSox, a minor league baseball team in the Northwest League. Also home to the Everett Reign Women's Football team. Remodeled in 1998, it currently has a seating capacity of 3,682 baseballand 12,000 for football.[1]

It is also home to the Puget Sound Festival of Bands, an annual marching band competition. The complex includes a football and track stadium, used for the home athletic events for Everett Public Schools, hosting football and soccer games as well as track meets.

While with the Bellingham Mariners in 1987, 17-year-old Ken Griffey Jr. hit his first professional home run here. There is a plaque located where the ball landed outside the park.[2]


  1. ^ "Everett Memorial Stadium Minor League History". Baseball-Reference.com. Retrieved 5 June 2011. 
  2. ^ Geoff Baker (29 August 2008). "Fun is No. 1 at Everett AquaSox games". The Seattle Times. Retrieved 25 March 2012. 

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Coordinates: 47°58′01″N 122°12′11″W / 47.967°N 122.203°W / 47.967; -122.203