First Look Inside Prosper's $48 Million High School Football Stadium

The stadium will have the largest video board of any high school stadium in Texas, district says

North Texas got the first, up-close look at the latest structure to light up Friday night skies in Collin County: Children's Health Stadium in Prosper.

The $48 million, 12,000-seat stadium will serve the Prosper Independent School District when it opens this month.

NBC 5's Ben Russell gives us an inside look of Prosper's new $48 million high school football stadium.

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It joins two other huge facilities in the area: the $60 million Allen Eagle Stadium and McKinney ISD's $70 million stadium.

Prosper ISD released these bragging rights:

  • The largest video board in a Texas High School stadium
  • Portable X-ray machine: Housed inside the stadium for Friday night game utilization. It is the only high school in Texas with on-site portable X-ray machine.
  • Sideline cooling units and hydration stations: The Children's Health Stadium at Prosper ISD is one of the only Texas high school stadiums with this equipment.
  • Emergency Transport Cart with Cot and Stretcher: To minimize transfer of injured athlete. Prosper ISD will be one of a few high schools to own this equipment.
  • SidelinER Tent: Prosper ISD was the first High School in Texas to have a sidelinER tent.
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Video board at The Children's Health Stadium in Prosper. (Published Aug. 16, 2019)
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