Martin Stadium History
When fans head to Martin Stadium, more likely than not they're doing so to see the Washington
State Cougars football team hit the field to do battle, likely with another very talented team that will mean that it will
be superstar versus superstar. Located in Pullman, WA, Martin Stadium opened in 1972 and provides fans a fantastic venue in
which to take in a college football game every time the Cougars play a home contest, as the atmosphere is absolutely bursting
with energy and passion from one game to the next. College football is one of the most popular sports in the entire nation,
and fans around these parts definitely know how to do their part and show their support for the beloved Cougars.
to some new renovations, this is also a venue that now has the modern amenities of today with the tradition of yesterday,
which is a great combination for anyone looking to head out to see a nice slice of premier college football. When the game
could still go either way and the Cougars are digging in looking to make a big play, you'll see that that it doesn't get any
better than Cougars' football at Martin Stadium.
Martin Stadium Events
Martin Stadium is a complete football
dominated venue that plays home to the Washington State Cougars, which has helped make it a staple of the community over the
years. The Cougars play in the Pac-12, one of the most competitive conferences in college football and a group of teams that
has plenty of playmakers battling it out on the field on a regular basis. Every year there are several top teams that come
into Martin Stadium to try to take a win from the Cougars, but this stadium's crowd makes for no easy road victories. With
thousands of fans at your side, it will be easy to see why Martin Stadium has become an iconic part of the Washington State
Martin Stadium Trivia
Did you know that Martin Stadium was also the home field of the Idaho Vandals
for a brief period from 1999-2001?
When the Vandals needed a stadium to help them with their transition back to the
highest division of college football, 1-A, it was the Washington State Cougars who stepped up and lent their stadium for all
of the home games to help the Vandals meet the attendance requirement.
Martin Stadium Experience
you catch a game at Martin Stadium in Pullman, WA, home of the Washington State Cougars, you'll see the star players of today
take the same field that such big names as Drew Bledsoe, Mark Rypien, Jason Hanson, James Hasty, Keith Lincoln and Mel Hein
set foot on during their playing days. This is a stadium that has been a major part of the local sports scene for a very long
time, and you'll understand what big-time college football is all about whenever the Cougars are digging in for a home game.
If you're a Cougars fan, then you simply can't let a season go by in which you don't catch a home game in person as the Cougars
look to give their fans another memorable season filled with nail-biting moments at Martin Stadium.