Currently, there aren't any events scheduled at Ray and Sue Smith Stadium (Formerly Holland Municipal Stadium)
5,322-seat American football stadium located in Holland, Michigan. Built in 1979, it is the home of the Hope College Flying Dutchmen football team. It is also used regularly for high school football, including the home town team, Holland High School. The stadium features two concession stands, restrooms, and a press box. It is adjacent to a municipal swimming pool; the stadium shares locker room facilities with the pool.
Although the stadium is owned by the city of Holland, Hope College built the adjacent Lugers Fieldhouse in 1991. The Flying Dutchmen's locker rooms are located there, as are locker rooms for other sports and a sports medicine center.
It is also used for graduation ceremonies and other special events, including fireworks and the Tulip Time Festival.
Hope College plays its home games at its own stadium. Opened in 1979, the stadium was acquired by the college from the City of Holland in 2012. The stadium is located on a 16-acre parcel near 16th Street and Fairbanks Avenue, south of the Hope College owned Ekdal J. Buys Athletic Complex. Bleachers can accomodate 5,300 fans and an end zone hillside can serve hundreds more. There is on-site reserved parking in addition to parking available at nearby DeVos Fieldhouse. The stadium has a spacious press box and two concessions stands with restrooms. Team locker rooms are available at the nearby city-owned Bouws swimming pool on game day. The nearby college-owned Lugers Fieldhouse serves the football team in the Fall and other teams in the Spring. The fieldhouse includes a fully equipped sports medicine center and lockerrooms for athletes, coaches and officials.
The first Hope football game in the stadium was a 20-2 victory over Wabash College of Indiana on Sept. 15, 1979.
The 1997 Flying Dutchmen established a single season attendance record with an average of 4,148 fans per game. Playing their first night game at the stadium to open the 1997 season, the Flying Dutchmen attracted a record 6,421 fans for the Community Day contest, defeating Benedictine, Ill. 27-0. The Dutchmen also played home night games in 2000, 2007, 2008 and 2011.
The stadium underwent a major renovation prior to th