- Address: 400 Graymont Avenue West, Birmingham
- Country: United States
- Capacity: 71,000
- Opened: 19 November 1927
- Main use: American football
Extra stadium info – Legion Field
The venue opened in 1927 with a capacity of 21,000. It was renovated several times. The Legion Field hosted football matches for the Games of the Olympiad in 1996, including a match between the United States and the Argentine Republic. 83,000 people attended the game, which became a record attendance for the stadium. The United States also won their Olympic football game against Tunisia at the Legion Field in front of 45,000 spectators. The Italian Republic, Korea and the United Mexican States also played Olympic football matches in the group stage of the tournament at the Legion Field.
The stadium also hosted two quarter-finals for the tournament. The Argentine Republic won the first one after beating Spain 4-0. Nigeria won the second one after beating the United Mexican States. Augustine Azuka Okocha scored the first goal of the game and Celestine Hycieth Babayaro scored the second goal of the game. Both Nigerian football players played numerous games in the world famous Premier League.
The Birmingham Legion
10,000 people attended the first home game of the Birmingham Legion at the Legion Field. The second-tier football match took place on 15 May 2021. The Birmingham Legion won the game 1-0. Neco Jeborie Brett scored the only goal of the match. He played his first game for the national football team of Jamaica, also known as the Reggae Boyz, in 2022.