Cleveland Stadium Game Used Stadium Seating


This is game-used seating from the old Cleveland Stadium that was home to the Cleveland Indians and Cleveland Browns. It opened in 1932 and was demolished in 1996 – making this piece of history a collectible. Only 1 available.

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This is a piece of actual wooden seating that once served as seating in Cleveland Stadium in Cleveland, Ohio. There is brown paint on the back of this from the chair. The first game at Cleveland Stadium was on July 31, 1932 when Cleveland hosted Philadelphia. Cleveland Stadium was one of the first multi-purpose stadiums and was built for both baseball and football. The stadium was the home of the Cleveland Indians (MLB) from 1932 to 1993 and home of the Cleveland Browns (NFL) from 1946 to 1995. The stadium also hosted the MLB All Star Game 4 times and the World Series in 1948 and 1954. The Indians played their final game at the stadium in October 1993 and the Cleveland Stadium was demolished in 1996.

This is a rare piece of game-used memorabilia. This game-used memorabilia comes in a clear cube display case or wooden display case to keep your collectible protected and on display.

This is unconditionally guaranteed to be 100% authentic by BK Investment Advisors.