Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium

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Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium
Location Canton, Ohio
Opened 1938
Other Names Fawcett Stadium (1938-2015)
Tenants Pro Football Hall of Fame Game (1962-present)

Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium is a football stadium and entertainment complex in Canton, Ohio. It is a major component of Johnson Controls Hall of Fame Village, located adjacent to the grounds of the Pro Football Hall of Fame. The venue hosts the annual Pro Football Hall of Fame Game and serves as the home field for the football teams from Canton McKinley High School and Walsh University. It also served as the home field for Malone University from 1993 to 2018 and a number of other Canton-area high schools.

List of credited publications

League Date/Season Team(s) Type
National Football League August 11, 1962 St. Louis Cardinals vs. New York Giants Program
September 8, 1963 Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Cleveland Browns Program
September 6, 1964 Baltimore Colts vs. Pittsburgh Steelers Program
September 12, 1965 Washington Redskins vs. Detroit Lions Program
August 8, 1970 Minnesota Vikings vs. New Orleans Saints Program
July 31, 1971 Los Angeles Rams vs. Houston Oilers Program
July 24, 1976 Detroit Lions vs. Denver Broncos Program
August 1, 1981 Cleveland Browns vs. Atlanta Falcons Program
August 7, 1982 Minnesota Vikings vs. Baltimore Colts Program
July 27, 1991 Denver Broncos vs. Detroit Lions Program
August 1, 1992 Philadelphia Eagles vs. New York Jets Program
July 29, 1995 Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Carolina Panthers Program
July 27, 1996 New Orleans Saints vs. Indianapolis Colts Program
July 26, 1997 Seattle Seahawks vs. Minnesota Vikings Program
August 6, 2001 Miami Dolphins vs. St. Louis Rams Program
August 4, 2003 Kansas City Chiefs vs. Green Bay Packers Program
August 9, 2004 Denver Broncos vs. Washington Redskins Program
August 8, 2005 Miami Dolphins vs. Chicago Bears Program

See also

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