Jack Williams Stadium

Jack Williams Stadium has long been considered one of the finest American Legion baseball stadiums in the country. Built exclusively for American Legion baseball, Jack Williams Stadium received rave reviews when Fargo Post 2 first hosted the American Legion Baseball World Series in 1983. Legion officials and fans were awestruck again when nearly $100,000 worth of improvements and additions were made to host the 1992 and 1995 World Series. The stadium opened in 1966 has hosted several postseason tournaments at all amateur levels.

Jack Williams Stadium has a natural grass playing surface with two batting cages, field lighting for night games, and permanent seating for approximately 2,000 spectators. It is located across the Red River from Moorhead's Matson Field, another baseball facility providing essentially a two-field complex.


  • Total Number of Parking Spaces - 110
  • Number of Locker Rooms - 3
  • Onsite Meeting Rooms - 1

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Stephonie Broughton

Stephonie Broughton

Director of Sports, Fargo-Moorhead Convention & Visitors Bureau
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