Montana Grizzlies | Washington-Grizzly Stadium

Location: Missoula, Montana
Nickname: Grizzlies
Conference: Big Sky Conference
Head Coach: Bob Stitt
Mascot: Monte
Team Colors: Maroon & Silver
Fight Song: Up WIth Montana
Stadium Name: Washington-Grizzly Stadium
Field Name: John Hoyt Field
Field Type: FieldTurf
Stadium Opened: 1986
Stadium Capacity: 25,217
Attendance Record: 26,352 - Montana State (November 22, 2014)
Home Team Record: 163-21 (.886) through 2010
All Time Record: 549–475–26
National Championships: 1995, 2001
Misc Info:

That first game was played mid-way through the season on October 18, 1986, a 38-31 come-from-behind win over Idaho State.

Last season Montana set Big Sky Conference regular-season home attendance records, drawing 174,236 fans in seven games, averaging 24,891 per contest.

Over the past three seasons the Grizzlies are 20-0 at home in regular-season games.

The plans for an on-campus football facility at Montana came to fruition in August of 1985 when Missoula businessman Dennis R. Washington and the employees of Washington Corporations provided a gift of $1 million, hence the name of Washington-Grizzly Stadium. The cost of the stadium was around $3.2 million and originally held 12,500.

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