A.J. McClung Memorial Stadium
Catch a football game during the season at the A.J. McClung Memorial Stadium in Columbus, GA. The stadium is a 15,000-seat venue that has been in operation for more than a century. It is named after a former mayor of the city.
See various local football games during the fall. Numerous high school and youth football games are held here in Columbus, Georgia throughout the season.
If soccer is more of your thing then you’re in luck as the stadium also hosts a number of soccer events. The venue hosts different high school soccer events in the spring and fall alike.
Experience the fun of every Georgian’s favorite Saturday pastime as various college football games are held here during the fall. The stadium in the City of Columbus is home to the Tuskegee-Morehouse rivalry game, a game between two of the most prominent historically black schools in the region. It also hosts the Fountain City Classic, an annual game between Fort Valley State and Albany State that first originated in 1924. The stadium is no stranger to college action as it hosted the annual game between Georgia and Auburn, also known as the Deep South’s Oldest Rivalry, from 1916 to 1958.