Renton Memorial Stadium is located at 405 Logan Avenue North, Renton and includes an all-weather artificial turf field surrounded by an all-weather rubberized track. The facility has covered seating for approximately 5,500 and parking for 1,000 vehicles. It is owned and operated by the Renton School District, with primary use by the three high schools, for all varsity football games and varsity soccer matches. The stadium also hosts both high school and middle school track and field meets.
The Stadium was originally constructed in 1948 and underwent several minor renovations over the years. In 2011 a $7 million renovation project took place thanks to voter support of a school construction bond measure in May 2008. This marked the first full renovation of the stadium in decades, with improvements to grandstands, roof, plumbing and electrical systems, new ticket booths, new wheelchair platforms and wheelchair lifts, new press boxes, widened walkways, new finishes, and a thermal envelope that complies with the 2006 Washington State Energy Code. Other improvements include a new turf field, a new scoreboard, resurfaced shot put pads, new discus cages, and renovated throwing events area, a resurfaced pole vault area and ball-control fencing on the ends of the field.