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University Field
LocationPrinceton, New Jersey
OwnerPrinceton University
Capacity20,000
Construction
Built1876
Expanded1896
Demolished1960
Tenants
Princeton Tigers football, Princeton Tigers baseball

University Field was a stadium in Princeton, New Jersey which opened in 1876 through a gift by William Libbey, then a student at the College of New Jersey (renamed Princeton University in 1896).[1] It hosted the Princeton University Tigers football team until they moved to Palmer Stadium in 1914.[2] It was home to the Princeton baseball team from its opening until 1960, when the field was replaced by Princeton's Engineering Quad.[3] The stadium held 20,000 people at its peak.[4]

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