Glenn Warner Soccer Facility

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Glenn Warner Soccer Facility
Warner Stadium
Location United States Naval Academy,
Annapolis, Maryland
Coordinates 38°59′3″N 76°28′54″W / 38.98417°N 76.48167°W / 38.98417; -76.48167Coordinates: 38°59′3″N 76°28′54″W / 38.98417°N 76.48167°W / 38.98417; -76.48167
Opened 2002
Owner United States Navy
Surface Bermuda Grass
Construction cost $4.2 million
Architect Cochran, Stephenson & Donkervoet, Inc., Architects
Capacity 1,600
Navy Midshipmen (PL) 2002–

The Glenn Warner Soccer Facility is a soccer-specific stadium at the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland. The college soccer facility is named for beloved longtime coach Glenn Warner. It was the site of Crystal Palace Baltimore's first-ever match, a 3–1 loss to its parent club on July 15, 2006.

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See: Navy Midshipmen men's soccer#Anders Hall of Honor

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