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A Guide to Where Football is Played in Orange County

September 01, 2000

1) Aliso Niguel High School,

Wolverine Stadium

2800 Terrace View, Aliso Niguel

Directions: Interstate 5 to Alicia Parkway. South to Aliso Creek Road. Aliso Creek Road to Terrace View. Turn east and follow to Deerhurst; stadium on right.

Parking: School lot and surrounding streets

Capacity: 2,675

Who plays there: Aliso Niguel

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2) Bolsa Grande High School

9401 Westminster Ave.

Directions Garden Grove Freeway to Brookhurst Avenue. South to Westminster Avenue. Turn west; stadium on corner of Deodora Drive and Westminster.

Parking: Lots behind home side; next door Garden Grove Park and surrounding streets

Capacity: 5,000

Who plays there: Bolsa Grande, La Quinta, Pacifica, Rancho Alamitos

Noteworthy: Two speed soccer arenas are adjacent to football stadium's west gate. All three visible from Garden Grove Freeway.

3) Brea Olinda High School

789 Wildcat Way, Brea

Directions: Orange Freeway to Lambert Road. East to Wildcat Way. North on Wildcat Way; stadium behind school on left.

Parking: School lot and surrounding streets

Capacity: 2,000

Who plays there: Brea Olinda, Orange Lutheran

4) Buena Park High School, Spaulding Stadium

Magnolia Avenue and Academy Drive, Buena Park

Directions: Santa Ana or Riverside Freeway to Magnolia Avenue. North to Orangethorpe Avenue; stadium on west side of campus.

Parking: School lot and surrounding streets

Capacity: 3,800

Who plays there: Buena Park, Sunny Hills

5) Cal State Fullerton, Titan Stadium

800 N. State College Blvd., Fullerton

Directions: Orange Freeway to Yorba Linda Boulevard. West on Yorba Linda over the freeway; college and stadium on left.

Parking: Stadium lot is on corner of Yorba Linda and State College.

Capacity: 10,000

Who plays there: Santa Margarita, Servite

Noteworthy: University's Division I-A football team played only one year in the stadium, built in 1992, before the program was dropped. Titan soccer teams play there.

6) Capistrano Valley High School, Cougar Stadium

26301 Via Escolar, Mission Viejo

Directions: Interstate 5 to Avery Parkway. East to Marguerite Parkway. South on Marguerite. Left on Via Escolar; school and stadium on left.

Parking: School lot and surrounding streets

Capacity: 2,900

Who plays there: Capistrano Valley

7) Dana Hills High School, Walt Spencer Stadium

33333 Golden Lantern, Dana Point

Directions: PCH to Golden Lantern. North to corner of Stonehill Drive; stadium on west side of school.

Parking: School lot and surrounding streets

Capacity: 2,000

Who plays there: Dana Hills

Noteworthy: Named after school's first principal; paid for with bingo funds.

8) El Modena High School, Fred Kelly Stadium

3920 Spring St., Orange

Directions: Costa Mesa Freeway to Chapman Avenue. East to Prospect Street. North to Spring Street; school and stadium on right.

Parking: School lot or shopping centers and streets adjacent to stadium

Capacity: 7,500

Who plays there: Canyon, El Modena, Orange, Villa Park

Noteworthy: Stadium is named after star athlete who was an Olympic gold medalist in track in 1912.

9) Fullerton High School, Fullerton District Stadium

201 E. Chapman Ave., Fullerton

Directions: Riverside Freeway to Lemon Street. North past Chapman Avenue; stadium on corner of Lemon and Berkeley Avenue.

Parking: School lot or across Lemon at Fullerton College

Capacity: 6,700

Who plays there: Fullerton, Troy

10) Garden Grove High School, Grove Stadium

11271 Stanford, Garden Grove

Directions: Garden Grove Freeway to Euclid Street. North to Lampson Avenue; stadium on right.

Parking: School lot and surrounding streets

Capacity: 5,000

Who plays there: Garden Grove, Los Amigos, Pacifica, Santiago

Noteworthy: One of only two lighted football fields in the seven-school Garden Grove Unified School District; other is at Bolsa Grande High.

11) Glover Stadium

La Palma Park, corner of Harbor Boulevard, La Palma Avenue and Anaheim Boulevard,Anaheim

Directions: Riverside Freeway to Harbor Boulevard. South to La Palma Avenue. East on La Palma; stadium on left.

Parking: In park; public lot across Anaheim Boulevard; on surrounding streets

Capacity: 9,500

Who plays there: Anaheim, Fairmont, Katella, Loara, Magnolia, Savanna

Noteworthy: Named after Dick Glover, a coach and athletic director at Anaheim High in the 1940s and '50s and district physical education coordinator. He was instrumental in getting stadium built.

12) Hare School Park

Chapman Avenue between Avenue and Loraleen Street, Garden Grove

Directions: Garden Grove Freeway to Magnolia Avenue. North to Chapman Avenue. East on Chapman; park on right.

Who plays there: Liberty Christian (eight- man football)

13) Huntington Beach High School, Sheue Field

1905 Main St., Huntington Beach

Directions: San Diego Freeway to Beach Boulevard. South to Yorktown Avenue. East on Yorktown to Main Sreet. South on Main, stadium across from Huntington Beach City Hall.

Parking: Enter at Main Street signal adjacent to Worthy Park; walk through campus to stadium entrance, or back to Main Street.

Capacity: 5,000

Who plays there: Edison, Fountain Valley, Huntington Beach, Ocean View

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