World War Memorial Stadium

World War Memorial Stadium, more commonly known as War Memorial Stadium, is the name of a baseball park in Greensboro, North Carolina, USA. It is situated on the northeast corner of Lindsay Street and Yanceyville Avenue, northeast of the downtown area and near the campus of North Carolina A&T University. It is currently the home of the NC A&T college baseball team of the NCAA Division I MEAC.

It was the home of various local minor league baseball clubs off-and-on from 1930 through 2004. A&T and also Greensboro College continue to use the stadium as their home field. It also continues to be used for other amateur baseball events. It was also the home of A&T football until they opened Aggie Stadium on their campus some years ago.

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