Year opened: 1912
Capacity: 29,603, up from 25,000 at opening
Redland Field, 1912-33
Crosley Field, 1934-72
Pro football tenants:
Cincinnati Celts (APFA), 1921
Cincinnati Reds (NFL), 1933-34
Cincinnati Bengals (AFL), 1937; (Independent), 1938; (APFA), 1939; (AFL), 1940-41
Postseason games hosted:
Other tenants of note:
Cincinnati Reds (MLB – NL), 1912-70
Cincinnati Tigers (baseball Negro leagues), 1934-37
Cincinnati Buckeyes (baseball Negro leagues), 1942
Cincinnati Clowns (baseball Negro leagues), 1943, 45
Notes: Bengals (not related to current NFL franchise) joined second AFL, and upon that league’s demise continued as an independent minor league team in ’38 and joined the minor league American Professional Football Association in 1939 before becoming a member of the third AFL in 1940. Hosted one home game of NFL Portsmouth Spartans, 1931. Stadium renamed for Powel Crosley Jr., who bought baseball’s Reds in 1934.
Fate: Demolished in 1972, site became an industrial park.