Titan Stadium (UW–Oshkosh)

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J. J. Keller Field at Titan Stadium
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Titan Stadium (UW-Oshkosh)
Address450 Josslyn St, Oshkosh, Wisconsin 54902
Coordinates 44°1′25″N88°33′47″W / 44.02361°N 88.56306°W / 44.02361; -88.56306
Capacity 9,800
Surface synthetic turf
University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh

J. J. Keller Field at Titan Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium at the University of Wisconsin–Oshkosh in Oshkosh, Wisconsin. Other sports facilities at the university are Kolf Sports Center, Tiedemann Field, and Albee Hall. It was named after John J. Keller, founder of J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc., a safety and compliance solutions company located in Neenah, Wisconsin, with funds from the John J. & Ethel D. Keller fund at the Community Foundation of the Fox Valley Region. [1]



The stadium was built in 1970. [2] The stadium has a capacity of 9,800 people. It was renovated in 2004 for nearly $10 Million to update the facility, include the capability to play soccer, as well as a turf field. [3]

The stadium has one large grandstand on the West side of the field. There is a running track around the stadium. The football playing field is not centered, rather it is closer to the grandstand, improving visibility from there.

There is, in addition, a smaller running track/soccer field located next to Titan Stadium.

In 2007 and 2008, the DIII National Track and Field Championships were hosted at Titan Stadium.

The stadium is also used for home games/meets for the Oshkosh high schools; Oshkosh West Wildcats, Oshkosh North Spartans, and Oshkosh Lourdes Knights.

Stadium and field after a game UW Oshkosh Titan Stadium.jpg
Stadium and field after a game

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