Guy V. Houston Stadium

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Owner: Flint MI Community Schools
County: Genesee
Capacity: 48505
Stadium Type: High School
Year Opened: 1967
Track: Yes
Soccer: Yes
Video Scoreboard: No
Wheelchair Access: None
Playing Surface: Grass
Guy V. Houston Stadium: Local Weather Conditions
Comments: Guy V. Houston Stadium was built in 1967 on the campus of Flint Northwestern High School. The estimated capacity is 5,000, and is often used for large high school track meets. It is the primary home of the Flint Northwestern Wildcats, although the Flint Northern Vikings and Flint Southwestern Knights also play home games at Houston periodically throughout the season. The Flint Central Indians also played occasional home games at Houston, prior to the schools closure in 2009. In recent years, it was home to Michigan Phoenix professional women's soccer, as well as Michigan Admirals and Genesee County Patriots semi-pro football.

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Last update: 7/4/2012 0:00:00
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