William "Dick" Price Football Stadium is a 30,000-seat, multi-purpose stadium located on the campus of Norfolk State University in Norfolk, Virginia, United States. It opened in 1997. The home of the Norfolk State Spartans football team, it was named in honor of former athletics director and head football and track coach Dick Price. The stadium features mostly bleacher seats with some chairbacks and has two videoboards, one behind each end zone.
|Location||700 Park Avenue|
Norfolk, VA 23504
|Owner||Norfolk State University|
|Operator||Norfolk State University|
|Surface||Shaw Sports Spike Zone Pro|
|Broke ground||April 4, 1996|
|Opened||August 30, 1997|
|Construction cost||$12.2 million (U.S.)|
($20.6 million in 2021 dollars)
|Architect||Shriver and Holland Associates|
|Norfolk State Spartans|
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