Eagle Stadium – Allen, Texas

Allen Eagle Stadium is a nationally renowned state-of-the-art facility. The stadium features comfortable seating for up to 18,000 with ample parking, modern concessions, the latest field technology, a multi-level home-side press box, and an advanced, high-definition video scoreboard. The facility is one of the largest high school stadiums in Texas and is home to the Allen High School Eagles.

Allen Eagle Stadium has hosted Texas vs. The Nation college football all-star bowl game and the Tom Landry Classic. Below the stands, there is a practice area for men’s and women’s golf, a 5,800 sq. ft. wrestling practice area, and a weight room.

The stadium opened on August 31, 2012, with a non-district matchup between Allen and Southlake Carroll, who at the time was the defending 5A state champion and the No. 1 ranked team in the state. In an upset, Allen prevailed, 24–0, en route to its own state title later that year. The Eagles have enjoyed remarkable success since opening the stadium winning 54 consecutive games in the stadium from 2012–2021. Atascocita became the first team to beat the Eagles at the venue on September 3, 2021. Allen has won four state championships (2012, 2013, 2014, and 2017) since Eagle Stadium opened, and five overall (2008).

Seating Capacity

18,000 total with 9,000 on the home side including 1,000 seats set aside for Escadrille, 4,000 seats in the end zone for students and general admission, and 5,000 seats for visitor general admission and reserved sections

Number of Chair-back Seats

6,500 reserved bench seats with bench backs including 5,000 on the home side and 1,500 reserved on the visitor side.

Ticket Prices

Pre-sale tickets are available for each home game at $4 for students (ages 3 – high school seniors) and $6 for adults. Tickets at the door are all $8 for general admission and $10 for visitors reserved.

Eagle Stadium is notable (and controversial) for its size (it has a capacity of 18,000 spectators, the fifth largest high school stadium in Texas, and the largest which serves as the home field for only one high school) and its cost of completion (just under US$60 million). The 18,000 seats include 9,000 home-side seats (including 1,000 reserved for the Allen Escadrille), 4,000 end-zone seats for students and general admission (located in the north end zone), and 5,000 visitor-side seats.

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