Amon G. Carter Stadium

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Amon G. Carter Stadium
Location Fort Worth, Texas
Opened October 11, 1930
Other Names n/a
Tenants TCU Horned Frogs (1930-present)

Amon G. Carter Stadium is an open-air football stadium on the campus of Texas Christian University in Fort Worth, Texas. It is the home stadium of the TCU Horned Frogs football team. It is named after Amon G. Carter, a prominent Fort Worth businessman, newspaper publisher, and city booster. It has several popular nicknames, the most popular being "The Carter" and "Hell's Half Acre" (a reference to the site in Fort Worth's wild west past, which was located near the stadium, as well as the difficulty opposing teams have winning in the stadium).

List of publication appearances

League Date/Season Team(s) Type
College football November 11, 1939 TCU Horned Frogs vs. Tulsa Golden Hurricane Program
December 22, 2022 Armed Forces Bowl (Baylor Bears vs. Air Force Falcons) Program

See also

List of college football stadiums

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All Schools Baylor Bears • Iowa State Cyclones • Kansas Jayhawks • Kansas State Wildcats • Oklahoma Sooners • Oklahoma State Cowboys • TCU Horned Frogs • Texas Longhorns • Texas Tech Red Raiders • UCF Knights • West Virginia Mountaineers
Basketball Venues Gallagher-Iba Arena • Lloyd Noble Center
Football Venues Amon G. Carter Stadium • Bill Snyder Family Football Stadium • Boone Pickens Stadium • Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium • Gaylord Family Oklahoma Memorial Stadium • McLane Stadium • Milan Puskar Stadium