Little Rock, AR to host 2021, 2022, 2023 NJCAA Football Championships
War Memorial Stadium and the Arkansas Times are excited to announce the fourth Arkansas Made - Arkansas Proud Market.
By KEVIN TRAINOR The University of Arkansas has signed an amendment to an existing agreement with the Arkansas Department of Parks, Heritage and Tourism to bring two additional Razorback football games to Central Arkansas in future seasons and extend the ...
Community effort increases accessibility to War Memorial Park, including the stadium, zoo, and children's library.
Salt Bowl 2020 is a go, but with special restrictions to protect fans and staff from Covid-19. Find out here how the game day experience will be different this year, how to watch from home, and how you can help your community in the process.
The Safe Routes to School National Partnership advances safe walking and bicycling to and from schools, to improve the health and wellbeing of kids of all races, income levels and abilities, and to foster the creation of healthy communities for everyone. Help make safe routes to parks; share your ideas at LRPRsurvey.org
Missing your favorite sports? Here's one from our vault: Fayetteville vs Bentonville for the 7A championship at War Memorial in 2014. Part 1 Part 2 Part 3
Covid-19 concerns lead to cancellation of 2020 event; 2021 date set
Noticeable changes will be evident when football fans come to War Memorial Stadium (WMS) for the November 29th “Battle Line Rivalry” between the Arkansas Razorbacks and the Mizzou Tigers. This event is returning to Little Rock on the Friday following Thanksgiving and has a 1:30 p.m. kickoff time. Tailgating will open on the War Memorial grounds starting at 6 a.m.
The 2A, 3A, and 4A teams competing in the AAA High School Football State Championship games at War Memorial Stadium on 12/7 and 12/8 have set their practice schedules for the week.