Eddie Robinson Stadium

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Eddie Robinson Stadium
Grambling State University football stadium IMG 3656.JPG
Full name Eddie G. Robinson Stadium
Location Grambling, Louisiana
Coordinates 32°31′15″N 92°43′17″W / 32.520925°N 92.721289°W / 32.520925; -92.721289
Owner Grambling State University
Operator Grambling State University
Capacity 19,600
Opened September 3, 1983[1]
Grambling State Tigers (NCAA) (1983–present)

Eddie Robinson Stadium is a 19,600-seat multi-purpose stadium in Grambling, Louisiana. It opened in 1983 and is home to the Grambling State Tigers football team and Grambling High School Kittens football team. The stadium is named in honor of famous Grambling State University head football coach, Eddie Robinson. It replaced Grambling Stadium.

The stadium is oftentimes affectionately referred to as "The Hole" due to the topography of the stadium area.

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  1. ^ "Grambling Tigers Year-By-Year at Robinson Stadium" (PDF). Grambling State University Football Media Guide. Grambling State University. 2010. Retrieved January 17, 2011.