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Stadiums in Hawaii

Information about stadiums in Hawaii.

Oahu Island Stadiums

Aloha Stadiumc
The Aloha Stadium opened in on September 21, 1975 and many football games are played here, including the annual Pro Bowl, Hula Bowl, and Hawaii Bowl, and all of the home games of the Hawaii Warriors football team from the University of Hawaii. There is a large swapmeet in the stadium every weekend, and is is also a venue for baseball games, soccer games, concerts, and other events. The Aloha Stadium has enough seating for 50,000 people. It is located west of Honolulu, and 2 miles north of the Honolulu Airport.

Les Murakami Baseball Stadium
Baseball stadium on the campus of the University of Hawaii at Manoa on Oahu Island. First opened on February 17, 1984. Can seat more than 4,300 spectators. Located at 1337 Lower Campus Drive in Honolulu.

Honolulu Stadium (1926-1976)
This stadium at South King and Isenberg Streets in Honolulu was built in 1926 when Oahu's entire population as less then 200,000 people. It seated approximately 24,000 people, but had only about 80 parking spaces. The Honolulu Stadium was demolished in 1976 after the Aloha Stadium was built. The grounds of old stadium have been turned into Old Stadium Park.

Maui Island Stadiums

War Memorial Stadium
Hawaii's War Memorial Stadium is located in Wailuku on the island of Maui and it is part of a larger sports complex run by the Maui Parks System. The complex includes the 20,000 seat War Memorial Stadium, three little league fields, three softball fields, two soccer fields, a gymnasium that seats nearly 3000 people, and a swimming pool called "Coach Sakamoto Pool". In 1998 the Hula Bowl Football Game was moved from the Aloha Stadium to War Memorial Stadium, but in 2006 the game was moved back to the larger capacity Aloha Stadium on Oahu.

Sports Arenas and Other Sports Facilities in Hawaii
Oahu: Cannon Activities Center
Stan Sheriff Center (Oahu)
Oahu: Waipio Soccer Stadium
Maui: Lahaina Civic Center

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