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Stadium bulbs are 750-1500W each. Use 1000W for estimate.

Estimate 20 bulbs on each pole.

Estimate 6 poles for a high school field.

That's 120 lights times 1 kilowatt each. 120 kW.

Lights on for one hour is 120 kWh (kilowatt-hours)

For comparison, a house might use 1000 kWh in a month.

YMMV.

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the watt required range from 100000 tp 200000 watts for LED lights, 300000 to 600000 watt for metal halide 1000000 to 2000000 watts for halogen lights

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