Hillsboro Stadium
Hillsboro Stadium in Hillsboro, Oregon, United States is a multi-sport stadium owned by the city of Hillsboro. Opened in 1999, the award winning stadium is part of the Gordon Faber Recreation Complex located in the northeast part of the city adjacent to the Sunset Highway. The facility hosts home football games for Century High School and state playoff games for the Oregon School Activities Association's smaller school divisions. Hillsboro Stadium is also used for baseball, softball, soccer, and lacrosse and has hosted college and professional teams.

Built in 1999, the stadium cost $7.5 million to build, opening in August of that year. Overall, the entire sports complex cost $10 million to build, with funding from the city and the Ronler Acres urban renewal district. The first football game at Hillsboro Stadium was on September 17, 1999, when Century High School played Oregon City High School. Previously, Century had used Hare Field after the school opened in 1997, sharing that stadium with Hillsboro High School and Glencoe High School. In 2000, the facility was expanded to increase seating capacity from 4,000 to the current 7,000 plus. An additional 3,000 temporary seats were added at that time as well to accommodate the Portland State football team. The team used Hillsboro Stadium in 2000 when then Civic Stadium (now PGE Park) was being renovated. Portland's Central Catholic High School also played their home games at the stadium that season as well. In May 2001, the University of Oregon Ducks football team held their annual spring game at the stadium. This scrimmage event included future NFL quarterbacks Joey Harrington and Jason Fife. In October 2005, Hillsboro Stadium hosted a college football game between Southern Oregon University (SOU) and Pacific Lutheran University (PLU) in a neutral site contest between the NCAA Division III PLU and NAIA SOU. During the 2007 season, Pacific University’s baseball and softball teams used the stadium while their new facility was being built in Forest Grove. In June 2008, the opening ceremonies of the Special Olympics Oregon Summer Games were held at the facility. On August 9, 2008, the stadium hosted a regular season game between the Philadelphia Barrage and the New Jersey Pride of Major League Lacrosse (MLL). New Jersey won the game with attendance totaling 3,687 people. Hillsboro Stadium is mentioned as the likely home of any MLL team that may be awarded to or relocate to Portland. The annual Les Schwab Bowl for high school football all stars was played at the stadium in June 2009. In February 2010, the facilities artificial turf was replaced for the first time, with FieldTurf replacing the original AstroTurf. The renovation cost $988,000, of which the school district covered $250,000 of those costs. Hillsboro Stadium is scheduled to host the Amateur Softball Association (ASA) Girls 16B Western National Championship in August 2010. The stadium will be used for opening ceremonies and some games will be played on-site, while another ASA tournament in scheduled for the stadium in 2012. Portland State again used the stadium in May 2010 for its spring football game, and will hold its home football games during the 2010 season at Hillsboro Stadium. The home games begin in October, and will be held at the stadium while PGE Park undergoes a remodel to prepare for Major League Soccer. Also due to those renovations, Central Catholic High School will play its home football games at Hillsboro Stadium.

Designed by GBD Architects and built by Hoffman Construction Company, the stadium was named one of 1999's Best Public Project Award recipients by AIA Western International. The facility also won the 2000 Design Award of Merit from International Illumination Design Award. Hillsboro Stadium has a 170,000-square-foot (16,000 m 2) FieldTurf field. This field is large enough to accommodate two games at the same time. The main grandstand is on the south side of the field and contains locker rooms, concession stands, and team training facilities. Seating capacity is around 7,600 people. The main, covered grandstand seats 4,000. The FieldTurf field is used for a variety of sports. These include lacrosse, football, soccer, baseball, and softball. The main use is for high school athletics for Hillsboro’s four high schools, primarily Century High School. The stadium also hosts other events such as foot races, Oregon School Activities Association state football playoffs, Cyclocross ( Cross Crusade), expositions for rally cars, and high school band competitions.