Dedicated in 1925 as Brown University Field, the home of Brown football was built completely by subscription, raised by a committee headed by Clinton C. White 1900. New aluminum seats were installed in 1978 as part of Operation Pride in marking the 100th anniversary of Brown football.
Prior to building Brown Stadium, home games were played at Adelaide Park in Elmwood or on Lincoln Field, which occupied land then known as Lower Campus. At the turn of the century, a new field was opened off Hope Street, called Andrews Field, in honor of E. Benjamin Andrews, President of Brown from 1889-1898.
In 1988, the Stadium underwent a complete renovation, with work being done to restore and waterproof the concrete as well as paint the restrooms, press box and all the graphics throughout the stadium. In addition, an underground sprinkler system was installed for the stadium's natural grass field. A new home team locker room was completed for the 1991 season along with a reception room.
The stadium played host to it's first ever night game on September 25th, 2011 when the Bears took on Harvard under temporarily installed lights. Brown defeated the Crimson 29-14 in front of over 17,000 fans.
The stadium's current capacity is 20,000, although a record crowd of 33,000 witnessed Brown face Colgate on Thanksgiving morning, 1932, with portable bleachers being brought in for the game.