Henry G. Steinbrenner '27 Stadium

Steinbrenner Stadium

Henry G. Steinbrenner '27 Stadium was dedicated in 1978 by New York Yankees owner George Steinbrenner and his two sisters and was rededicated in 2009 after the addition of a new entryway. The gift was made in honor of their father who won the national championship in 220-yard hurdles as an MIT undergraduate. The mondo-surface track featured the first steeplechase in New England and was judged one of the nation's finest track and field facilities upon opening in 2001.

Within Steinbrenner Stadium is Bob and Eveline Roberts P'10 Field which was dedicated in October 2008. The venue features a new Field Turf artificial playing surface and lights. Roberts Field serves as the home for MIT's football, lacrosse, and soccer teams.

 

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