Stadium Project: Barron Stadium in Rome, Georgia

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Historic Barron Stadium in Rome, Georgia was built in 1924. It’s home to the Wolves of Rome High School.

The stadium was originally known as Hamilton Field. It was renamed Barron Stadium in 1925 for local businessman William F. Barron, who helped acquire the property.

The stadium’s seating capacity is 6,500.

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