|Location||Kingston, New York|
|Owner||City of Kingston|
Grass (1949–1978) |
Kingston Colonials (Colonial/Can-Am) (1949–1951) |
Kingston High School Tigers (NYSPHSAA) (1952–present)
Hudson Valley Highlanders (NAFL) (2008)
Kingston Stockade FC (NPSL) (2016–present)
Robert Dietz Memorial Stadium is a football stadium in Kingston, New York. Dietz Stadium is the home field of the Kingston High School Tigers football team. It is named for Robert H. Dietz, a Medal of Honor recipient killed in World War II. Dietz was a Kingston native.
One lap on the track is 400 meters.
High school football
After the team folded in 1951, the stadium was purchased by the City of Kingston for the Kingston City School District, and has served as a high school football stadium ever since.
The team served as the home stadium for the short-lived Hudson Valley Highlanders of the North American Football League; the team played only one season in 2008.