Independence Stadium

Independence Stadium may also refer to:

  • Independence Stadium (Shreveport) in Louisiana, United States
  • Independence Stadium (Bakau) in Gambia
  • Independence Stadium (Namibia) in Windhoek
  • Independence Stadium (Zambia) in Lusaka
  • Stadium Merdeka (Independence Stadium) in Malaysia

Other articles related to "independence stadium, independence, stadium":

Louisiana Tech Bulldogs Football - Home Stadiums - Independence Stadium (alternate, 1928–present)
... LA Tech occasionally hosts games at Independence Stadium in Shreveport, Louisiana ... The Bulldogs have played 71 games in Independence Stadium including 4 trips to the Independence Bowl and have produced an all-time record of 45–23–3 at ... LA Tech has hosted many teams in Independence Stadium during the regular season including Southern Miss, North Texas, Tulsa, Houston, Baylor, California, Texas A M, SMU ...
Shreveport, Louisiana - Sports
... The home field for the Aftershock is Independence Stadium ... They played at State Fair Stadium (now known as Independence Stadium) from September 1974 through October 1975 ... Shreveport's Independence Stadium has served as host of the Independence Bowl since 1976 ...
Independence Stadium (Zambia)
... Independence Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in Lusaka, Zambia ... It was originally built in the mid-1960s for use in hosting the country's independence celebrations ... The stadium holds 30,000 people ...
Razundara Tjikuzu - Career Statistics - International Goals
22 April 2000 Independence Stadium, Windhoek, Namibia Seychelles 3-0 Win 2002 WC qualification 2. 22 April 2000 Independence Stadium, Windhoek, Namibia Seychelles 3-0 Win 2002 WC qualification 3. 22 April 2000 Independence Stadium, Windhoek, Namibia Seychelles 3-0 Win 2002 WC qualification 4 ...

Famous quotes containing the words stadium and/or independence:

    It’s no accident that of all the monuments left of the Greco- Roman culture the biggest is the ballpark, the Colosseum, the Yankee Stadium of ancient times.
    Walter Wellesley (Red)

    I saw the man my friend ... wants pardoned, Thomas Flinton. He is a bright, good-looking fellow.... Of his innocence all are confident. The governor strikes me as a man seeking popularity, who lacks the independence and manhood to do right at the risk of losing popularity. Afraid of what will be said. He is prejudiced against the Irish and Democrats.
    Rutherford Birchard Hayes (1822–1893)