La Center Stadium
La Center, Washington
Tenant: La Center Wildcats
Capacity: 825 (600 home – 225 road)
Covered Seating: no
Restrooms: 3 Portable Toilets
Stadium Orientation: East/West
Concessions: 1 Mobile Food Concession Stand
La Center Stadium Street Address:
400 E Ivy Avenue
La Center, Washington
La Center Stadium is located on the campus of La Center Middle School in La Center, Washington.
It serves as the home stadium for the La Center Wildcats.
The stadium holds approximately 600 fans on the home side, 300 in the main section and another 300 in the additional seating. The road side has bleachers for an additional 225 fans. These seats are not covered so if the game day forecast calls for rain, and it usually does, be for warned. There are 3 Honey Bucket portable toilets at each game, 2 home/1 road. A mobile food concession stand is brought in for each game.
The current home stands at La Center Stadium were constructed in 2008 after the previous stands, commonly known as “old blue”, were torn down after being deemed unsafe by the Fire Marshall. The La Center Education Foundation is in the process of raising funds to construct a new stadium on the high school campus.
Entrance to the game is through the main ticket booth located at the Northeast corner of the stadium off of East Ivy Avenue.
Parking for games at La Center Stadium is located West of the stadium at La Center Middle School/Elementary as well as to the Northeast of the Stadium at Holley Park.
La Center Stadium 2012 Game Schedule
- Friday August 31 – Ilwaco at La Center* – 7:00 pm
- Friday September 21 – Castle Rock at La Center* - 7:00 pm
- Friday September 28 – Columbia at La Center* - 7:00 pm
- Friday October 5 – Tenino at La Center - 7:00 pm
- Friday October 19 – Toledo at La Center* - 7:00 pm
La Center Stadium Stadium Photo Galley
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