Paul Brown Tiger Stadium

16,600 seat high school football stadium built in 1939. Additional temporary seating raises the capacity to 19,000. It is home of the Massillon Washington High School Tigers. The Tigers have won 22 state titles and have been the Associated Press National Champions 9 times.

The stadium is named after Paul Brown, a former Tigers coach (1932-40), who went on to coach at Ohio State University, and the NFL's Cleveland Browns and Cincinnati Bengals. In 1967, he was elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in nearby Canton. He passed away in 1991.
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