|Location||1300 Duncan Chapel Road|
Greenville, South Carolina 29613
|Opened||September 19, 1981|
|Construction cost||$2 million|
($5.69 million in 2020 dollars)
|Architect||Chapman, McMillan & Satterfield|
|General contractor||Farley Construction|
Paladin Stadium is a 16,000-seat stadium located near Greenville, South Carolina, USA. It was built in 1981 at a cost of $2 million, and originally seated 13,200 fans. It was expanded to its current capacity in 1985, and is currently home to the Furman Paladins football team. The stadium was converted to field turf before the 2013 season.
In addition to football, Paladin Stadium is also used for graduation ceremonies and concerts.
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