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Soldiers Field Soccer Stadium

Soldiers Field Soccer Stadium
Location Boston, Massachusetts
Owner Harvard University
Capacity 4,000
Field size 116 x 74 yards
Surface FieldTurf
Opened 2010
Harvard Crimson men's soccer
Harvard Crimson women's soccer
Harvard Crimson men's lacrosse
Harvard Crimson women's lacrosse
Boston Breakers
New England Revolution (Some U.S. Open Cup games)

Soldiers Field Soccer Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium located on the campus of Harvard University in the Allston neighborhood of Boston. (Although the core of the Harvard campus is in Cambridge, the athletic complex lies within Boston.) It opened in September 2010 and replaced Ohiri Field as the primary home of the Harvard Crimson men's and women's soccer teams. It hosted a 2010 playoff match for the Boston Breakers of the Women's Professional Soccer league due to conflicts with the team's primary home, Harvard Stadium.[1] In June 2013, the New England Revolution played host to the New York Red Bulls in a US Open Cup Round-of-16 game, marking the first time in Revolution history the team played a game within the Boston city limits.[2] Starting with the 2015 season, it is the home stadium and training venue of the Boston Breakers.[3]


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External links

  • Soldiers Field Soccer Stadium. Men's Soccer. Harvard University Athletics official website

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