S.B. Ballard Stadium

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S.B. Ballard Stadium
Location Norfolk, Virginia
Opened October 3, 1936
Other Names Foreman Field (1936-2018)
Tenants Old Dominion Monarchs (1936-40, 2009-present)
Norfolk Neptunes (1966-71)

S.B. Ballard Stadium is a 22,480-seat multi-purpose stadium on the campus of Old Dominion University in Norfolk, Virginia. It opened in 1936 with a football game between the University of Virginia and the College of William & Mary's Norfolk Division, which is now Old Dominion University. It is currently the home of Old Dominion Monarchs football.

List of credited publications

League Date/Season Team(s) Type
College football November 12, 1977 East Carolina Pirates vs. William & Mary Indians Program

See also

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