The Aloha Stadium is located in Honolulu, Hawaii and is the home of the University of Hawaii Warriors football team. It is the largest, most versatile multi-purpose facility of its kind in Hawaii. Housing 50,000 seats, the facility is able to move four 7,000-seat sections of the stands into three different configurations: a diamond for baseball (which can also be a wide rectangle for soccer), an oval for football and a triangle for concerts. The National Football League has held the Pro Bowl at the Aloha Stadium since 1980. It is also a host for many high school football games during their season, and accommodates large concerts and events. Additionally, every weekend crowds congregate in the stadium’s parking lot for swap meets.