Strawberry Stadium is a 7,408-seat football stadium in Hammond, Louisiana. It is home to the Southeastern Louisiana Lions football team. The facility was constructed in 1937 as part of Franklin D. Roosevelt’s WPA program under project #3014. The stadium also hosts St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic High School football, previously hosted Hammond High School football, and has been the site of numerous playoff games involving other schools from Tangipahoa Parish.
The 1975 Louisiana High School Athletic Association Class AAAA state championship game was contested at Strawberry Stadium. St. Augustine, New Orleans' all-black, all-male Catholic high school, won its first LHSAA championship by defeating Covington High 35-13.
A renovation completed prior to the 2007 football season added club seating, six luxury suites, each accommodating 15 fans, as well as 116 seats outside of the Victory Club. The renovation also increased the press box size. In addition, a new multilevel parking garage for 500 vehicles was constructed to the west of the stadium and connected to it. Before the 2012 season, new turf has been installed after being used at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome.