Hermann Stadium

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Hermann Stadium
Location St. Louis, Missouri
Owner Saint Louis University
Construction
Construction cost $5.1 million
Tenants
Saint Louis Billikens (NCAA Division I)

Hermann Stadium, or fully, Robert R. Hermann Stadium is located in Midtown St. Louis, Missouri, on the campus of Saint Louis University. The first game played was August 21, 1999. This is where the both the Billiken men's and women's soccer teams play. Also, several other events take place here, such as pep rallies and the University's Relay for Life. The seating capacity of the stadium is 6,050.

The Pitch[edit]

The Billikens play on a regulation 120x75-yard soccer pitch.

Past and future events[edit]

  • 2000 Conference USA Women's Soccer Championships
  • 2000 Conference USA Men's Soccer Championships
  • 2002 Conference USA Men's Soccer Championships
  • 2004 Conference USA Women's Soccer Championships
  • 2005 Atlantic 10 Men's Soccer Championships
  • 2006 Atlantic 10 Women's Soccer Championships
  • 2006 NCAA Men's College Cup
  • 2009 Superliga match between Kansas City Wizards and Atlas
  • 2011 Atlantic 10 Men's Soccer Championships
  • 2013 Warm up arena for the Bosnia and Herzegovina national football team

History[edit]

  • The Billiken men's team christened Hermann Stadium by knocking off defending national champion and preseason No. 1 Indiana 3-2 in an exhibition game on Aug. 21, 1999, before a record on-campus crowd of 6,517.

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Coordinates: 38°38′05″N 90°13′49″W / 38.634603°N 90.230389°W / 38.634603; -90.230389

Events and tenants
Preceded by
SAS Soccer Park
Host of the College Cup
2006
Succeeded by
SAS Soccer Park