Herman Clark Stadium
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|Full name||Herman E. Clark Stadium Paul Galvan Field|
|Location||Fort Worth, TX|
|Owner||Fort Worth ISD|
|Fort Worth ISD Schools|
Herman Clark Stadium Paul Galvan Field is a 12,000-capacity multi-use stadium in Fort Worth, Texas. The stadium is mostly used for High school football where it hosts teams from the Fort Worth Independent School District but is also used for track & field contests and soccer matches. The playing surface is artificial turf and there is no video scoreboard. Built in 1970 adjacent to Tarrant County College-South Campus, the stadium is named for Herman E. Clark, a longtime Fort Worth ISD athletic director. The field is named for Paul Galvan.
- "Herman Clark Stadium". Texas Football Stadiums. Retrieved 8 July 2014.