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Renderings released for Ching stadium, home for UH football games

  • Courtesy University of Hawaii athletics
                                This is a rendering of the football field in the Clarence T.C. Ching Athletic Complex on the lower campus of the University of Hawaii.

    Courtesy University of Hawaii athletics

    This is a rendering of the football field in the Clarence T.C. Ching Athletic Complex on the lower campus of the University of Hawaii.

  • Courtesy University of Hawaii athletics
                                Rendering of the football field for UH games at the Clarence T.C. Ching Athletic Complex.

    Courtesy University of Hawaii athletics

    Rendering of the football field for UH games at the Clarence T.C. Ching Athletic Complex.

  • Courtesy University of Hawaii athletics
                                Rendering of the football field for UH games at the Clarence T.C. Ching Athletic Complex.

    Courtesy University of Hawaii athletics

    Rendering of the football field for UH games at the Clarence T.C. Ching Athletic Complex.

The University of Hawaii football team’s home for the next few years now can be visualized.

UH officials today released renderings of the retrofitted Clarence T.C. Ching Athletic Complex that will be used for the Rainbow Warriors’ six home games this coming season.

The photo-quality drawings show overhead views of the length and width of the playing field. There also is a shot of the portable stands on the makai side that were prefabricated on the mainland.

The facility will be able to seat up 9,000 fans.

UH was forced to relocate its home games from 46-year-old Aloha Stadium. Officials of the Halawa facility said spectators could no longer attend events there because of safety issues of the structure.

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