TouVelle Stadium — 1979-present
Built in 1979, TouVelle Stadium and its surrounding facilities are home to Bettendorf High School football, baseball, softball, and track teams and is one of the state's best athletic facilities. The stadium seats approximately 6,000 fans and is located in the north section of the high school campus.
Since 1981, TouVelle Stadium has witnessed the football program win seven (7) Class 4A state titles along with over sixteen (16) other playoff appearances. As well, the field has overseen three notable winning streaks: 36 games from 1987-89, 30 games from 1991-93, and 24 games from 2007-2008. The stadium has also been home to twelve (12) conference championship teams.
TouVelle Stadium has also been the home to many legendary Bulldogs who have played on its turf: from noseguard Hap Peterson to running backs Greg Brown and Tavian Banks as well as wide receiver Colin Sandeman and linebacker Pat Angerer.
Named in honor after
Dr. Alwyn TouVelle, a memorial on the walkway leading into the stadium
describes Dr. TouVelle as a man "...who for 25 years gave unselfishly his
time and energy as team physician for Bettendorf High School. His devotion to
our school and community has served as an inspiration for all to emulate"
and was dedicated on September 18, 1981.