The Rubber Bowl is a stadium in Akron, Ohio primarily used for American football. From 1940 to 2008, it served as the home field of the University of Akron's Zips football team. Today, it is occasionally used for high school football. It is named after the predominance of the tire industry in Akron. The stadium opened in 1940, has a capacity of 35,202, and is located about six miles southeast of the main campus, next to Akron Fulton International Airport.
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