Wetumpka Indians
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The Official Site of Wetumpka Indians Football

Wetumpka Football Stadium - Hohenberg Field

Photos taken by Brian Tannehill (except last 2)


Age: 111

Record (Common Era): 244-148-8

Capacity: 2,000 plus 

Most points scored in a Game: 87 (1927 vs Lafayette)

Playoff Games: 20

Playoff Record: 12-8


  • 1909 First game at Hohenberg Field
  • 1937 First lights on field
  • 1950s Concessions stands built
  • 1955 East concrete stands built
  • 1962 Old field house built
  • 1966 West concrete stands (home side change to west side)
  • 1975 New field house
  • 1980 West pressbox
  • 1984 First home playoff game
  • 1992 New stadium lights installed
  • 1995 New goal post added
  • 1995 Hosted Blount in a 4th round playoff game
  • 1997 West concession stand, restrooms built
  • 1998 First home overtime game
  • 2002 New East stands(Current), concession stands, restrooms, ticket booth, lights (Home side changed to east side) 
  • 2006 Expansion of East home stands
  • 2007 New west and north fencing
  • 2012 Sideline tarp add to home and guest sideline
  • 2012 Expansion of West visitors stands
  • 2012-2013 varsity used fieldhouse close to the old WHS
  • 2013-present varsity used fieildhouse in the northwest part of the stadium 
  • 2017 December 1st Fog Bowl  Wetumpka 44 Hillcrest Tuscaloosa 27 Indians advanced to 6A State Title Game for the first time
  • 2018 Home Lockerroom floor updated by Precision Floor Care
  • 2019 Indians play there last season at Hohenburg Field
  • 2019 Indians play there final game at Hohenburg Field in a playoff lost to Spanish Fort 

If you have any pictures, facts, or great games not listed above please email Al Johnson at wcqfootball@gmail.com. We are in the process of making a picture timeline of the history of Hohenberg Field, and your help would be greatly appreciated.  

630 NW Main St. Wetumpka, Alabama, 36092