|"The nation’s most original (hideous) football field"|
|Construction cost||$2.3 million|
The turf is not the normal selection of green, but is instead alternating red and gray. It has been called "The nation’s most original (hideous) football field." As of the 2012 season, Lindenwood is only one of four programs to have the field color other than the traditional green and the only NAIA school to do so. The first college football game played at the stadium was a 43–37 victory over the Avila Eagles on September 1, 2012.
The stadium is also used for local high school sporting events and other community events.
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