Plaster Sports Complex

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Robert W. Plaster Stadium
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Former namesSMS Stadium (1941–1970)
Briggs Stadium (1970–1991)
Plaster Sports Complex (1992–2013)
Location1015 East Grand Street
Springfield, Missouri 65897
Coordinates37°11′51.55″N 93°16′47.18″W / 37.1976528°N 93.2797722°W / 37.1976528; -93.2797722Coordinates: 37°11′51.55″N 93°16′47.18″W / 37.1976528°N 93.2797722°W / 37.1976528; -93.2797722
OwnerMissouri State University
OperatorMissouri State University
Capacity17,500 (2014–present)
16,300 (1997–2013)
16,600 (1992–1996)
10,000 (1965–1991)
8,500 (1941–1964)
SurfaceSport Turf
Construction
Broke ground1941
OpenedSeptember 19, 1941[1]
Renovated1991, 2014
Construction cost$60,000
($1.04 million in 2019 dollars[2])
ArchitectHood-Rich Architects (1991 structure)[3] Hastings+Chivetta Architecture (2014 renovation)
Tenants
Missouri State Bears football (NCAA)

Plaster Stadium (formerly Plaster Sports Complex and Briggs Stadium) is a 17,500-seat football stadium located in Springfield, Missouri. It is home to the Missouri State Bears football team.

  1. ^ "2013 Football Guide". Missouri State Athletics. p. 146. Retrieved December 11, 2013.
  2. ^ Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis. "Consumer Price Index (estimate) 1800–". Retrieved January 1, 2020.
  3. ^ "MSU Plaster Sports Complex". Prestressed Casting Co. Archived from the original on September 7, 2012. Retrieved December 11, 2013.

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