The stadium is named after Harold 'Pop' Keeney, Bothell's first football coach, who formed one of Bothell's pioneer families.
About Pop Keeney
Regarded by many as one of the best places in the state to watch a high school football game, Pop Keeney Stadium is home to athletic events hosted by Northshore's high schools, Bothell, Inglemoor, and Woodinville, and junior highs, as well as numerous community activities and youth sporting events.
Located in downtown Bothell, the complex include a lighted turf football/soccer stadium with a capacity of 4,500, a grass soccer field, and a baseball diamond with stands. In addition to hosting state football playoffs games, Pop Keeney has also hosted state soccer playoffs for both boys and girls.
- Seating Capacity: 4,438 (Home team seating - 2,900; visitor team seating - 1,538)
- On-site Parking: 501 spots