Home of Harvard Field Hockey
- Synthetic Turf for Field Hockey & Lacrosse
- Press box for 12 working members
- Seating Capacity for 900
Jordan Field was built in 2000 and serves as the home of Crimson field hockey. The synthetic turf facility was officially dedicated on April 15, 2000, prior to Harvard's men's lacrosse game against Ivy rival Princeton. The facility, located adjacent to the newly-remodeled Beren Tennis Center, is a generous gift of Gerald Jordan '61, a former Crimson football player.
This turf facility serves as the primary playing surface for the field hockey team, and provides a training facility and inclement weather option for Harvard's other fall and spring sports. The current seating capacity is 900 spectators; the press box can accommodate up to 12 members of working media. The facility is equipped with stadium lighting to allow for practice and competition in the nighttime hours.
Jordan Field has been a host site for the NCAA field hockey tournament, and the site has also served as the home field for Harvard men's and women's lacrosse.
Not open for recreational use