Comalander Stadium

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Jerry Comalander Stadium
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Full name Jerry Comalander Stadium
Former names North East Stadium
Blossom Stadium
Location 12002 Jones Maltsberger Rd
San Antonio, Texas 78216
Coordinates 29°32′59″N 98°28′04″W / 29.549623°N 98.467734°W / 29.549623; -98.467734 (Comalander Stadium)Coordinates: 29°32′59″N 98°28′04″W / 29.549623°N 98.467734°W / 29.549623; -98.467734 (Comalander Stadium)
Owner North East ISD
Operator North East ISD
Capacity 10,952[1]
Surface Prestige XT-60[2]
Opened 1962

Churchill High School
Johnson High School
Lee High School
MacArthur High School
Madison High School
Reagan High School

Roosevelt High School

Comalander Stadium is an 11,000-seat, open style football and soccer stadium in San Antonio, Texas. Built as North East Stadium in 1962, it was renamed to Comalander Stadium in 2000, for long time district athletic director Jerry Comalander.[3] As a part of the Blossom Athletic Center, it is owned and operated by the North East Independent School District. Along with Heroes Stadium, the stadium is the home venue for the football, track and field, and band events for the high school and middle schools in the district. Also, the Crossmen Drum and Bugle Corps host their spring training here annually in May and June. The playing surface was upgraded in 1998.[4]


  1. ^ "Heroes Stadium Executive Summary" (PDF). North East ISD. 
  2. ^ "Paragon Sports - Projects". Archived from the original on 2011-07-18. 
  3. ^ "Blossom paved way for district's 50 years of athletic success". San Antonio Express-News. 
  4. ^ "NEISD: 1998 Bond Project". North East ISD. 

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