Frederick Sports Mural

brought to you by Community Arts Inc & TGP Gives

Frederick Sports Mural at Harry Grove Stadium


​​​​​​​One of the world's largest sports murals to be located right here at Harry Grove Stadium in Frederick, Maryland. The Mural will celebrate 125 years of local athletic history in more than 30 sports and recognize 5 coaches and 250 athletes including a horse.

$2 Million

dollars needed to complete the project


square feet, one of the largest sports murals in the world


full color portraits of local athletes done by a single artist


different sports represented

Creating a Multi-generational impact

Yemi Fagbohun

The Artist

Yemi Fagbohun

Well-known in Frederick County for his community-centered projects, he collaborates with towns across the region to design highly-collectible keepsakes highlighting area landmarks. Courtyard by Marriott, The Common Market, Creekside Plaza and many more locations are home to his large historic murals and glass installations. 

How can we reach our fundraising goal?

How to Create your own Fundraising Team

Have you ever had a coach that impacted your life? A team mate that was more like a sister/brother to you? A mentor that changed the path of your life for the better? Raise $25,000 to honor their legacy by putting them on the Frederick Sports Mural forever. 

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I'm ready to create a fundraising team

Upcoming Events

A night with the athletes

A night with the athletes

Join us for an exclusive introduction of the mural at The Tasting Room on Sunday, November 7th with featured athletes

An Ode to the Art

An Ode to the Art

Join us on November 16th at The Delaplaine Arts Center for a special evening with the man behind the art and learn more about the Frederick Sports Mural

Keys to The Stadium

Keys to The Stadium

Join us for our first ever fundraising event for The Frederick Sports Mural at Harry Grove Stadium at Nymeo Field this Spring!



Each athlete was researched and hand selected by our sports historian and athletics expert dating back to 1895.