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Washington DC DMV

The Roy Lester Stadium
Richard Montgomery High School


The Story behind the Roy Lester Stadium
E. Roy Lester, a native of Spencer, W.Va., was a three-sport letterman in football, basketball and baseball from 1946-49. From 1958-68, Lester was head coach at Richard Montgomery High, in Rockville, Md., where he posted an impressive 86-10-1 record. At the completion of his final season in 1968, he held a record of 25-consecutive victories and thus the reason the stadium was dedicated in his honor.

Playing Surface: Turf
Seating Capacity: 4200
Metro Station: Rockville Metro

Warm Up Field: Yes
On Site Parking: Yes
On Site Restrooms: Yes
Average Spring-Summer Temperature: 80 degrees

Stadium Location
250 Richard Montgomery Drive
Rockwille, MD 20852


Fans of the Salvadoran and the Armenian Diaspora during a Diaspora World Cup Game

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