Cirtus College
1000 West Foothill Boulevard
Glendora, California 91741
Telephone: (626) 914-8890

Football stadium (opened 1963)
Seats 10,000


One of the state's premier Community College facilities, upgraded in 1997, offers 10,000 seats for both football and track, although as many as 12,000 have squeezed in for CIF-Southern Section playoff games. The bowl-shaped stadium has a natural-grass field and an all-weather, nine-lane track. It has been a popular site for pre-Rose Bowl game practices for the Pac-10 or Big Ten conference representative thanks to the extensive support facilities, including two weight rooms, an excellent training room and a nearby aquatics center with a heated pool. It was also the site for the California State High School Track & Field Championships in 1998.

Quick Facts

The basics:
Citrus Stadium seats 10,000 on aluminum backs in a bowl-shaped format. The stands are equally arranged on both sides.

Location and parking:
The facility is located at the intersection of Barranca Avenue and Alosta Avenue on the Citrus College campus in the eastern San Gabriel Valley, about one mile north of the Foothill (210) Freeway. Azusa Pacific University is located adjacent to the Citrus College campus.

Citrus College operates the venue. Inquiries about usage should be directed to Judy Rojas, facilities coordinator, at

Technical information:
The field is standard grass with a surrounding, all-weather, nine-lane track. There is lighting for night use. There is aluminum bench eating for 10,000. There is also an adjacent grass practice field.

There are locker rooms for home and visiting teams for football use, plus a smaller room for use by officials.

Spectator amenities include a new public address system and scoreboard installed in 1997. There is an on-site ticketing sales office.