Robert B. Redman Stadium is situated on the upper campus of Bloomsburg University as part of the university's 103-acre athletic complex. Originally built in February 1974, the new facility took the place of Athletic Park in downtown Bloomsburg as Home of the Huskies.

Bloomsburg University dedicated the field at Redman Stadium in honor of head coach Danny Hale on April 28, 2012. Hale began coaching at Bloomsburg in 1993 and holds the school record for most coaching victories. 

In the spring of 2008 the facility was completely renovated as a part of a $3.45 million dollar project which included a press box with elevator, new rest rooms, artificial turf field, track and field facilities, new railings and ADA compliance, new parking lot, new visitor bleachers and lights.

The stadium, which overlooks the scenic Susquehanna Valley, has seating for 5,000 spectators, although attendance at several events has exceeded that total. The largest crowd to see a football game in the facility totaled 7,483 at the 1985 Homecoming contest against Millersville.