Breese Stevens Field
|Address:||917 E. Mifflin St.|
|Hours:||4:00am - 10:00pm|
|Park Type:>||Sports Complex|
Breese Stevens Field Historic Structure Report (PDF)
This athletic facility was built on a block sold to the City of Madison in 1923 by the widow of former Madison Mayor Breese J. Stevens. The City hired local architects Claude and Starck to design a stadium for the new field in 1925. The stone walls were constructed in 1934 by the federal Civil Works Administration, the same year lighting towers were erected. During its early years the field was used for most outdoor high school athletic events and for minor league baseball. In 1982 a rehabilitation project converted it to a soccer facility.
Breese Stevens Field was designated a City of Madison Landmark on October 16, 1995.