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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by nmez21, Jul 7, 2008.
That field looks delicious! Our football field looked like that last year at the start of the season, but by the end of the year it looked like crap. We use the municipal field in New Ulm, MN, and it's used by 3 high school varsity football teams and 1 soccer team.
nice looking grass. Kind of a small stadium. Ours holds about 10,000 and sadly we switched to that new field turf crap. They made it look like it has stripes. But everybody knows that they are fake. It does though have our school logo in the middle. Good pics.
Ours is kinda built into a hill so the seating could really be a lot, and we have a gravel track for people to stand on, so it's probably in the 15,000 range if it needed to go to that. My freshmen year we went to Caledonia H.S. in SW Minnesota for the State quarter-finals and the paid admission to the game was 4,000. It was crazy to see people completely surround the field along the fence. We shouldn't have played them there, it was way too small, it should've been at Winona State or something.
Nice Job with the stripes
nice....I like it
Our school is kinda big. We've got about 2,000 kids in it. But there are other schools here in Kansas City that have 4,000 kids in them. They are the school that have the really big stadiums.
shoot that stadium looks big compared to the tiny ones we have here in podunk...even the big schools have sh##y football fields.
Was that done with a Super Z and also what stripe kit did you use? Thanks.