Williams Stadium, home of Liberty’s football program since 1989, provides Flames Nation a truly outstanding game day experience. The on-campus football facility has been the site of some of the most memorable moments in program history.
The stadium opened on Oct. 21, 1989, when the Flames thrilled Liberty’s Homecoming crowd with a 37-18 victory over Towson State. When the stadium opened midway through the 1989 season, the facility’s seating capacity was 12,000.
The stadium experienced a major facelift prior to the 2010 season with the installation of more seating and the five-story Williams Stadium Tower. The seating capacity expanded to 19,200, while the Tower provided Liberty Athletics with 18 luxury suites, a full media center and expanded concessions and restrooms for the West side of the stadium. A new AstroTurf playing surface was also installed for an improved playing experienced for Liberty’s football players.
Tenant: Liberty Flames (NCAA)