Breese Stevens Field

917 E. Mifflin St.
Madison, WI 53703

Breese Stevens Field has a very rich history dating back to its construction in 1926. Originally built as a baseball stadium, Breese Stevens has since played host to celebrities, athletes, and events from all walks of life. Now utilized as a multi-purpose stadium, Breese Stevens Field hosts a variety of sporting events, including concerts, professional soccer (Forward Madison FC), ultimate frisbee (Madison Radicals), lacrosse, rugby, and football. Located 8 blocks away from the Wisconsin Capitol, Breese Stevens Field is home to the oldest extant masonry grandstand in the state of Wisconsin. The complex was designated as a Madison Landmark in 1995. It was accepted for inclusion on the National Register of Historic Places (1995) and the Wisconsin State Register of Historic Places (2014).