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Date Opened 1869
Date Closed 1891
Ownership
(Management)
Rutgers University
(Rutgers University)
Surface Grass
Cost of Construction Unknown
Capacity Unknown
Luxury Suites None
Club Seats None
  Other Facts  
Former Tenants Rutgers Scarlet Knights
(NCAA) (1869-1891)
Population Base 50,000
On Site Parking Unknown
Nearest Airport Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR)

Championships 1st
1869


Sources: Mediaventures

One hundred and twenty-five years ago on November 6, 1869, Rutgers and Princeton played the first intercollegiate football game in New Brunswick on College Field, which is now the site of the College , Avenue Gymnasium and its parking lot. And, while Rutgers won that initial contest, 6-4, Princeton would dominate the early days of this intrastate rivalry.

The Tigers won the second game at home a week later and went on to win the next 24 games through 1897, holding the Scarlet Knights scoreless in 22 of the 25 victories. Getting together again in 1911, Princeton added five more wins before the series lapsed in 1915. A leap of 18 years, a tumultuous time in this country's history, elapsed before the next meeting, but the pattern did not change as Princeton took the 1933, 1935, 1936 and 1937 games, all on its home grounds, as were all but six of the 34 games.

Those six games had been played at the site of the original game, College Field, where contests were staged through 1891, after which Neilson Field became the home of the Scarlet until 1938.

Rutgers Scarlet Knights

College
Field

College Field

1869-1891
Neilson
Field

Neilson Field

1892-1938
Old Rutgers
Stadium

Old Rutgers Stadium

1938-1992
Giants
Stadium

Giants Stadium

1993
High Point
Solutions Stadium

High Point Solutions Stadium

1994-Present


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