Aloha Stadium deemed unsafe, which could affect Hawaii’s high school football state championship games

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Aloha Stadium, home to every Hawaii high school football state championship game, is closed after officials deemed it unsafe for fans. The stadium opened in 1975.

With the closing and unlikely reopening, the Hawaii High School Athletic Association will have to find a new location for the state championship games.

There was no football in the fall due to the coronavirus pandemic. There still no word on whether a spring season will be played. California, Colorado, Illinois, Massachusetts, Nevada, New York, North Carolina, Oregon, Rhode Island, Virginia and Washington are expected to play football in the spring.

Aloha Stadium in also home to the Polynesian All-Star high school football game played annually.

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