League Stadium


The Dubois County Bombers play their home games at historic League Stadium in Huntingburg, Indiana.

League Stadium was built in 1894. In 1991, the original field and grandstand were renovated and expanded by Columbia Pictures for the filming of the movie, "A League of Their Own". Tom Hanks, Geena Davis, Rosie O'Donnell and Madonna starred in this classic about the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League (AAGPBL). League Stadium served as the home field for the Rockford Peaches. Original advertisements from the movie still remain along the outfield fence of the ballpark.

In 1995, League Stadium was used in the HBO movie, "Soul of the Game." The movie focused on Negro League baseball.

In 1996, professional baseball came to League Stadium when the Dubois County Dragons of the Heartland League were formed. The league folded in 1998 after three seasons, but professional baseball wasn't gone for long. The Frontier League's Dubois Country Dragons started play at the stadium in 1999. The Dragons played at the stadium from 1999-2002 before moving to Kenosha, WI.

In 2005, baseball was back at League Stadium with the arrival of the Dubois County Bombers of the Central Illinois Collegiate League (CICL). The Bombers begin their fifth season of play at the stadium in 2009 in a new league, the Prospect League.

In addition to Bombers baseball, other games and events are held at the stadium each year. League Stadium is home to the Southridge High School Raiders and the field also hosts I.H.S.A.A. Sectional and Regional Baseball Tournaments.

The seating capacity of League Stadium is 2,783.