Abbott Memorial Alumni Stadium

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Abbott Memorial Alumni Stadium
Full name Cleveland Leigh Abbott Memorial Alumni Stadium
Location Tuskegee, Alabama
Coordinates 32°25′29.50″N 85°42′19.19″W / 32.4248611°N 85.7053306°W / 32.4248611; -85.7053306
Capacity 10,000 [1]
Opened 1925
Tenants
Tuskegee University

Cleveland Leigh Abbott Memorial Alumni Stadium, originally known as the Alumni Bowl, is a stadium in Tuskegee, Alabama. It is primarily used for American football, and is the home field of the Tuskegee University Golden Tigers. The stadium holds 10,000 spectators and opened in 1925. It is named after former Tuskegee Tigers head football coach, Cleveland L. Abbott. When it opened, it was the first stadium opened on a historically black school's campus.[2]

Tuskegee University's historic Cleveland Leigh Abbott Memorial Alumni
Abbott Memorial Alumni Stadium
Tuskegee University's historic Cleveland Leigh Abbott Memorial Alumni Stadium

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