The War Memorial Football Stadium was dedicated on September 18, 1948 in memory of those who served in World War I and World War II.
The Odebolt Memorial and park area were donated to the City of Odebolt by bankers. Construction work began in 1916; the Memorial was dedicated on Armistice Day 1921.
At the south entrance of the building is a concrete bust of a soldier, high on the wall of the building in an ornately decorated niche. The soldier wears a uniform and a helmet. It was placed here in 1931, when the building was constructed to honor the veterans of World War I.
The George Dilboy Memorial Stadium is a multi-purpose public sports stadium, home of the Somerville Rampage semi-pro men's football team, the Boston Renegades semi-pro women's football team, as well as teams from Somerville High School, Saint Clement High School, and Matignon High School. The stadium is named for George Dilboy*, who lived in Somerville and was awarded the Medal of Honor during World War I. The original stadium opened in 1955. It was demolished and rebuilt in 2006.
* See the George Dilboy Monument in Somerville, MA.