Taylor Stadium (Lehigh)

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Taylor Stadium
Full name Taylor Stadium
Location Bethlehem, Pennsylvania
Owner Lehigh University
Operator Lehigh University
Capacity 20,000
Construction
Opened 1914
Closed 1987
Architect Henry Hornbostel
Tenants
Lehigh Engineers football (1914-1987)

Taylor Stadium was a stadium in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. It hosted the Lehigh University Engineers football team until they moved to Goodman Stadium in 1988. The stadium held 20,000 people at its peak and was opened in 1914. The stadium was funded partially by the wife of Bethlehem Steel magnate, Charles M. Schwab. It was named after former Lehigh graduate, Charles L. Taylor.

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