War Memorial Stadium is a multipurpose stadium in Little Rock, AR. It is the second home stadium for the Arkansas Razorbacks. Little Rock Catholic and Arkansas Baptist also play their home games at War Memorial Stadium. The University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff takes part in the Delta Classic there. In addition to being a sporting arena, it also sometimes features special events. In the past it's been used for concerts. The field has been sponsored by AT&T and called AT&T field since 2010. The stadium can seat 54,120 people.
Where / Directions:
War Memorial Stadium is located at 1 Stadium Drive in Little Rock. It's near the Arkansas Department of Health, War Memorial Park, the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS) and the Little Rock Zoo. The stadium parking lot is utilized by UAMS and surrounding businesses when it's not in use. During Razorback games, surrounding lots are used for overflow parking. Google map
For Razorback games: When you get near the stadium, you'll be directed to parking, but you may have to park on grass. General parking for 4,800 cars can be found on the War Memorial golf course. General parking is $20. There are 400 spots at the corner of Fair Park Boulevard and Markham Street where fans pay $120 a season for reserved tailgating and there is scholarship parking in the lots around the stadium. There is also space for RVs. War Memorial has a parking map on their website
For most other events, there is ample parking on the stadium lot.
The atmosphere for tailgating is different at War Memorial than in Fayetteville, and must be experienced by any Razorback fan. Even fans of other teams admit you've never tailgated if you've never tailgated in Little Rock.
Check out the the guide to find out more about the experience. However, the best advice is to show up early and prepare to meets lots of friendly people.
Meet the Razorback Team:
One of the fun things to do on a Razorback Game day is witness the arrival of the Razorback Football team and staff before the game. Fans line the stadium entrance (the side closest to Markham) to greet the team as they make the trek from the buses to the locker room. Most of the team will high five kids (and grownups). The team usually arrives for this tradition 2 hours before kickoff. You have to line up early to get a prime spot.
The Other Stadium: Fayetteville's Reynolds Razorback Stadium:
Most Razorback home games are played in Fayetteville. Fayetteville's stadium is Reynolds Razorback Stadium
. The current contract keeps at least two Razorbacks games, with one being a conference game, in Little Rock until the end of the 2014 season.