High school football is in the blood of Texas and as they say, everything is bigger in Texas, including our stadiums.

10. Stallworth Stadium – Baytown, TX – 16,500 capacity

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With a seating capacity of 16,500 Stallworth stadium comes in as the 10th largest high school football stadium in Texas. Goose Creek, Robert E. Lee, and Sterling high school all call it home in the great city of Baytown, Texas. Built in 1969, it also has been attended by a US President. President Gerald Ford stopped by while on the campaign trail in 1967.

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9. Veteran’s Memorial Stadium – Pasadena, TX – 16,800 capacity

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Just around the corner from Baytown is the next stadium on our list; Pasadena’s Veteran’s Memorial Stadium. This stadium seats 16,800 and is home to 5 area high school teams.

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5 Responses

  1. Michael

    Very interesting but you left off Kimbroigh Memorial Stadium in Canyon which has a capacity of 20,000 and is home to two high school teams.

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  2. Kat

    What about Spring Branch Independent School District’s Tully Stadium in Houston, TX?

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    • Amberoni13

      Tully Stadium claims 15,000 seats on their website, so not in the top 10.
      Kimbrough Memorial Stadium is owned and used by WTA&M, only leased to local high school use, so not really a high school stadium.

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  3. JBreezy

    Grande Communications Stadium – Midland, TX. – 18,000 Capacity, larger than San Angelo’s junk stadium.

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  4. Johnny Treece

    It has been a long time since I heard Mesguite Skeeters the High school I went to—40 years ago

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