Home of Harvard Men's and Women's Lacrosse and Men's and Women's Soccer
- FieldTurf pitch
- 116 X 74 yards
In September 2010, Harvard athletics unveiled the brand new Soldiers Field Soccer Stadium as a another venue for the Harvard lacrosse and soccer teams. In the first ever game at the field, the Harvard women's soccer team played Long Island to a 2-2 tie on Sept. 3, 2010. On the following evening before 3,221 fans, the No. 10 Crimson men defeated No. 13 Stanford by a score of 2-1.
In the fall of 2015, the name of the venue officially changed to Jordan Field, honoring former football player Jerry Jordan '61.
The stadium, one of the premier soccer facilities in the Northeast, features seating capacity of up to 2,500 fans, including permanent bleachers which seat 1,000 spectators, as well as additional space for standing room only sections.
Jordan Field also has a permanent press box and lights, which allow for games to be played at night. This field provides Harvard with an excellent facility for student-athletes and fans alike.
Jordan Field consists of a 116 yards x 74 yards FieldTurf pitch for matches and practice for Harvard men's and women's lacrosse and men's and women's soccer.
Not open for recreational use