The new stadium is part of SISD’s $330 million bond program passed by voters in November 2016. The stadium will replace the district’s current stadium, the Leonard George Stadium, which is 50 years old and no longer meets the district’s needs, according to SISD. The stadium was named after Randall Reed’s Planet Ford in June, who will have naming rights over the stadium for the next decade.
The $38.9 million stadium, located on a 117-acre parcel of land at 23802 Cypresswood Drive, Spring, will feature seating for 8,000 fans, a 19,650-square-foot field house, a 6,300-square-foot community room with a capacity of 300, and the Spring ISD Memorial to honor service members from the Spring area. The stadium will also feature a state-of-the-art turf field, a video scoreboard system, concessions throughout and modern press box amenities.
Through the district’s new online ticket office attendees can select the exact seats they want to purchase on a seating map, pay securely with a credit card and receive tickets electronically, according to a July 31 news release.
Season tickets for Spring and Westfield high schools, which each have five home games this season, cost $25, while season tickets for Dekaney High School’s six home games cost $30. To review the district’s Clear Bag Policy for all events at Planet Ford Stadium, click here.
To purchase football season tickets, click here. For more information, call the SISD athletics office at 281-891-6152.