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Alumni Field
Philip F. Whitmore Administration Building.jpg
Whitmore Administration Building, located on the spot of the former field
Location Amherst, Massachusetts 01003
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Opened 1879
Closed 1964
Demolished 1965
Owner University of Massachusetts Amherst
Operator University of Massachusetts Amherst
Surface Grass
Tenants UMass Redmen (NCAA) (1879-1964)
Capacity Unknown

Alumni Field was a multi-purpose stadium in Amherst, Massachusetts on the campus of the University of Massachusetts Amherst. It was home to the UMass Redmen football team from around 1879 to 1964, when it was replaced by Warren McGuirk Alumni Stadium in nearby Hadley, Massachusetts. Today, the former location of the field is the location of the Philip F. Whitmore Administration Building.

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