Everett Memorial Stadium is an outdoor stadium complex in Everett, Washington, primarily used for football and baseball. Opened in 1947, it has been the home field of the Everett AquaSox, a minor league baseball team in the Northwest League, and its predecessor the Everett Giants, since 1984. Since 2013, the football stadium has also been home to the Everett Reign, a women's football team. Remodeled in 1998, it currently has a seating capacity of 3,682 for baseball and 12,000 for football.
It is also home to the Puget Sound Festival of Bands, an annual marching band competition. The 20-acre (8.1 ha) complex includes the football and baseball stadium, and is owned by the Everett School District, whose schools use the two stadiums for their athletic programs.
The first professional team to play at the stadium was the Everett Giants, playing in the Northwest League of Class A baseball. The first Giants game held at the stadium was played against the Bellingham Mariners in front of a crowd of 3,527 on June 19, 1984.
The baseball stadium underwent extensive renovations in 1998, at a cost of $5 million. The upgrade increased capacity by 1,400 seats to the present 3,682, built a larger concession area, and installed new lighting. The renovation was funded by a motel-hotel tax approved by the Washington State Legislature in 1994.
On October 17, 2017, citing the poor field conditions of the natural grass when the stadium was used by the Everett High School and Everett Community College baseball teams, which rendered the field unusable for baseball games played by both schools (although the latter school did play two games out of 22 that they had scheduled at the stadium in 2017), the field surface will be switched to an artificial surface. The surface switch received approval from the Aquasox parent club, the Seattle Mariners. Work on replacing the surface will begin later in 2017, and upon completion, will be the third field in the Northwest League to have an artificial turf field (the Eugene Emeralds' PK Park and the Hillsboro Hops' Ron Tonkin Field are the others).