|Hardy M. Graham Stadium|
|Location||15 Mount Pelia Road
Martin, TN 38238
|Owner||University of Tennessee at Martin|
|Operator||University of Tennessee at Martin|
($2.66 million in 2014 dollars)
|University of Tennessee at Martin Skyhawks (NCAA) (1964–present)|
Namesake of the stadium
The stadium is named in honor of Hardy M. Graham, a long-time supporter on UT Martin, who has contributed over $1 million to the university. The naming of the stadium took place on July 19, 2001.
The stadium's capacity is 7,500. Of those, nearly 1,900 of the seats are chairback. Berms located on the south end zone give the stadium a "bowled look.
The stadium's press box consists of two levels. The first accommodates working media and coaches. The second level houses the public address announcer, scoreboard operator, coaches, filming deck and the Chancellor's box, which seats 25 guests.
The playing surface is Field Turf which was installed prior to the 2008 season.
The State of Tennessee provided funding to construct an ROTC facility on the east side of the stadium. With the assistance of private and public funding, the chairback seating was added. Improvements also included complete restroom and concession facilities on the east side of the stadium, improved west side seating and press box additions.
The stadium will undergo a $5.5 million renovation project that will replace its entire west side with new bleacher seating and a four-story building featuring a club level, academic support level, and press box that will total approximately 21,000 square feet. The building will stretch 50 yards -- from 25-yard line to 25-yard line. The project was spearheaded by Fleming Associates out of Memphis and was approved at a Board of Trustees meeting on June 20. 
The start of the this project has been delayed one year to December 2014 and will be completed in time for the 2015 season. 
A University of Tennessee Capital Projects Report was published on 8/27/13 showing the Graham Stadium press box improvements coming in at $6.5 million. 
- Consumer Price Index (estimate) 1800–2014. Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis. Retrieved February 27, 2014.
- World Stadiums - Stadiums in the United States: Tennessee
- UTM Sports
- UT Martin vs Central Arkansas Game Notes 2013
- University of Tennessee Capital Projects Report - Aug 27 2013