Clarence D. Martin StadiumWashington State Cougars
720 NE Stadium Way, Pullman, WA, 99164
The Clarence D. Martin Stadium (or Martin Stadium for short) is home to the Washington State University's NCAA football team, the Cougars. The stadium opened in 1972 after a little over six months of construction with initial construction costs of about $1 million. The stadium was previously known as Soldier Field and Rogers Field and it is located in Pullman, Washington. The football field uses the very popular FieldTurf artificial playing surface but has also used Omniturf, SuperTurf, and AstroTurf. The facility has a current seating capacity of 32,740 people and has been renovated and expanded with about $150 million worth of renovations. The facility has restrooms and concessions available on site as well as a large press box above the stadium seating. There is a permanent lighting system installed in order to accommodate night games. Recent renovations to the stadium have included the addition of new luxury suites and upgraded seating facilities.
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