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Atwood Stadium is an 11,000-seat stadium located in Flint, Michigan. It opened on June 8, 1929 and has hosted high school football, minor-league baseball, and concerts over the years. Atwood still hosts high school football games today.

Originally Atwood Stadium had a natural grass field, but in 1969 began using artificial turf. Atwood's turf was ruled unsafe, leading to the stadium's closure in 1992. The stadium reopened in 1995 after $2 million in improvements, including a new artificial turf field.

Currently the stadium in undergoing key renovations, but the stadium is still in use for sporting events, mainly football. It is currently home to Flint middle school football as well as Central, Northern, and Southwestern High School football, and Flint Fury semi-pro football.

In 2006, most of Atwood's seating received renovations, with new padded vinyl seats installed.

DAY, MAY 22, 2010 NOON - 2PM
Entertainment * Concessions*Fun for the whole Family

Atwood Stadium is located at
701 W Third Ave., which is part of historic downtown Flint


Flint Football

Flint Fury Football
"We Must Protect This House"

Flint's Historic Atwood Stadium is on the rise again and every one and certain teams want a piece of the action but, Atwood is "OUR HOUSE" and we are here to stay! Come join us in Atwood's resurrection!
- Flint Fury

Genesee County Patriots Football
The Genesee County Patriots AAA Minor League make their home at Atwood Stadium

Home of the 2007 Flint Fury and the Genesee County Patriots
Mid Continental & AAA Minor League Football Leagues