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Rutgers Stadium
Full nameRutgers Stadium
LocationPiscataway, New Jersey
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Opened1938
Closed1993
OwnerRutgers University
OperatorRutgers University
Capacity31,219
Tenants
Rutgers Scarlet Knights football (1938-1993)

Rutgers Stadium was a stadium in Piscataway Township, New Jersey. It hosted the Rutgers University Scarlet Knights football team until the school moved to the current Rutgers Stadium in 1994. The stadium held 31,219 people at its peak and was opened in 1938. It also hosted the NCAA Men's Lacrosse Championship on five different occasions.

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Preceded by
Francis Field
Bill Armstrong Stadium
Host of the College Cup
1963
1989
Succeeded by
Brown Stadium
USF Soccer Stadium
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