I’m biased. But no place is better for me than watching Coal Grove play at Patterson Field. Take “home” fields out of it. I’ve always enjoyed watching a game at Valley. Good parking, good seating and an overall nice facility.
I still think valley has the nicest field they have plenty of visitor seating and nice concession stands on both sides really keeps lines down and the brick wall looks nice instead of the chain link most stadiums have
I’ve never been but looks really nice
Wheelersburg easily love where the stadium is love there is no track around it. Others I like Portsmouth, Valley, Waverl, Nelsonville-York has a nice field as well and Athens
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Valley's facility has the most "old school" character of the "newer" facilities. Jackson's Alumni Stadium is awesome in scale and features but comes across as sterile in atmosphere.
The best two years of my life were spent in the third grade.
Even though I am an Oak Hill fan, I’ve always enjoyed going to three places over the years. 1. Sciotoville- poor lighting, old field which predates WW1, right next to the road, but it has an atmosphere which is amazing to see, especially when the stands are filled to capacity. 2. Spartan Stadium- the old locker rooms, the smell of cigars and cigarettes permanently stained into the bricks, and the obvious history there. 3. Ironton’s Tank Stadium- there’s very few home side awning anymore, both teams coming out from underneath the stands, the old Tanks pictures on the outside of the home side stands. All three of these places have something that not a lot of new stadiums have: character.