Located in Central Oahu, the Aloha Stadium is Hawaii’s largest outdoor arena, home to the University of Hawaii Warriors football team and the annual NFL Pro Bowl game. In addition, the Aloha Stadium hosts a multitude of events attracting visitors from around the State including soccer matches, concerts, car shows, fairs and the ever popular Aloha Stadium Swap Meet & Marketplace.
Our mission is to meet the challenge of providing a first class arena where the dreams of our young people can be realized through participation in sporting and other special events; where the spirit of achievement can be nourished by the thrill of competition; where families can gather to share their cultural diversity with pride and a feeling of Aloha.
- Officially opened on September 12, 1975
- First football game played between University of Hawaii and Texas A & I on September 13, 1975. Attendance: 32,247
- Ownership: State of Hawaii
- Management: Stadium Authority, State of Hawaii
- Capacity: 50,000 (424-wheelchair seats on the lower concourse level)
- Size: 104 acres
- Location: 12 miles (20 minutes) from Waikiki, 2 miles from the Honolulu International Airport
- Parking: 8,000 cars, 150 buses, 109 disabled
- Main playing surface: FieldTurf
- Events at Aloha Stadium include football, baseball, soccer, boxing, religious and music festivals; swap meets; auto shows; motorcrossess; mud races; tractor pulls; concerts; carnivals, etc.
- The scoreboard is 154 feet long. The videoboard is 19′ x 26′.
- Sitting in the highest seat in the stadium is as high as a ten-story building.