Logan Chieftain Stadium is a state of the art multi-purpose stadium located on the campus of Logan High School ideally located just off US33 south of Logan. Built thanks to a bond issue passed in conjunction with a bond issue that financed the new Logan High School, Logan played its first varsity football game at the new facility at the start of the 2008 season.
The 5800+ seat facility plays host to LHS football, soccer, and track and field teams and has hosted multiple OHSAA post-season events. Please see the gallery below for detailed photos of highlights of one of southeast Ohio's premier athletic facilities.
Logan Chieftains Stadium Facts:
Built: 2007-2008, designed by VSWC Architects
Playing Surface: 24/7 High Performance Turf by the Motz Group; replaced in 2021
Capacity: 5,800 seats (3,520 on Home side, 2,236 Away side)
Pressbox: 870 Square Feet, Fully climate controlled, Separate booths for coaching staffs, media and staff seating for 20+
Scoreboard: Nevco video board will full video, operated by the staff of LHS-TV2
Parking: Approx. 800 paved spaces with additional overflow available on school grounds
First Game: Aug. 22, 2008; Logan VS Lancaster (Logan 35, Lancaster 10)