Joe Albi Stadium

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Joe Albi Stadium
Location Omaha, Nebraska
Opened September 15, 1950
Closed January 2022
Demolished TBD
Other Names Memorial Stadium (1950-62)
Tenants Washington State Cougars (1950-83)
Spokane Shockers (1968-69)

Joe Albi Stadium is a former outdoor athletic stadium located in Northwest, Spokane, Washington, United States, that is currently undergoing demolition. The process is expected to complete in fall 2022.

List of credited publications

League Date/Season Team(s) Type
College football October 5, 1963 Washington State Cougars vs. Arizona Wildcats Program
Continental Football League August 23, 1969 Spokane Shockers vs. Las Vegas Cowboys Program
National Football League August 28, 1971 San Francisco 49ers vs. Denver Broncos Program
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Venues Anaheim Stadium • Autostade • Bethel Park • Bush Stadium • City Stadium • Dillon Stadium • Downing Stadium • Foreman Field • Hughes Stadium • Joe Albi Stadium • Johnny Rosenblatt Stadium • Laidley Field • Memorial Stadium • Roffino Stadium • Rubber Bowl • Soldier Field • War Memorial Stadium
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