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Benedetti–Wehrli Stadium

View of the stadium from the end zone

Benedetti–Wehrli Stadium is a stadium in Naperville, Illinois. It is primary used for American football and soccer. The stadium hosted the 2000 NCAA Division III Men's Outdoor Track and Field Championship. The stadium opened in 1999 for North Central College and was used by the Chicago Fire in 2002 and 2003, when it was known as Cardinal Stadium. Benedetti–Wehrli Stadium is named after two North Central College Alumni/Donors: Albert Benedetti and Richard Wehrli. Benedetti-Wehrli also hosts the two highly hyped football games of Naperville Central High School - Naperville North High School and Waubonsie Valley High School-Neuqua Valley High School. The stadium also serves as host to a competitive drum corps show hosted by [[The

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