|Former names||Fresno State College Stadium|
|Location||1101 E. University Ave
|Opened||9 October 1926|
|Renovated||1976, 1986, 2009|
|Owner||Fresno City College|
|Operator||Fresno City College|
|Surface||Field: natural grass
|Fresno City College Rams|
Ratcliffe Stadium is located on the campus of Fresno City College in Fresno, California. Opened in 1926 but renamed in 1941 after their first football coach, Emory Ratcliffe, the stadium hosted the NCAA football Raisin Bowl from 1946 through 1949 and was home to the Fresno State Bulldogs football team until they moved to the on-campus Bulldog Stadium in 1980. It was also the home of the West Coast Relays. Today local high school football games and various track and field events are still held there. The stadium has a capacity of 13,000, and it is located at 1101 E. University Avenue, along Blackstone Avenue.
- "Ratcliffe Stadium". Fresno City College. 2010. Retrieved 18 August 2010.