Alumni Stadium is the athletics stadium at Bob Jones University, a Protestant Fundamentalist university in Greenville, South Carolina. The stadium, completed in 1968, was a gift of the BJU Alumni Association and seats 4,000 in a single stand situated along the north sideline. Its bleachers are constructed of prestressed concrete beams, and its seats are made of anodized aluminum.
The University abolished intercollegiate athletics in 1933, and only intramural sports are played in the stadium, including the University's intramural soccer final, the Turkey Bowl, which is played the weekend before Thanksgiving. Although a quarter-mile athletic track circles the field, the facility could technically be classed as a soccer-specific stadium because its grass playing field is wide enough for a regulation soccer pitch.