|Location||441 East Fordham Road
Bronx, NY 10458
|Renovated||1990, 2004, 2014|
|Architect||Jack L. Gordon Architects|
|Fordham University Rams (NCAA) (1930-present)|
Jack Coffey Field is a 7,000-seat multi-purpose stadium in The Bronx, New York. It is home to the Fordham University Rams football team and Fordham soccer. The facility opened for baseball in 1930. It was named after former Fordham baseball coach and longtime athletic director, Jack Coffey, in 1954, four years before his 1958 retirement.
Starting in 1964, students began using the left field and center field area for their club football team. Wooden stands were added and the university reinstated varsity football for the 1970 season. In 1990 those wooden stands were replaced with aluminum bleachers. Renovations behind home plate in 2004 and 2005 included lights, new dugouts, as well as a new grandstand and press box for the baseball section of the facility which now goes by Houlihan Park, as the recognized home of the Fordham Rams baseball team.
In 2014 Jack Coffey Field underwent further renovations including the addition of a full-color DakTronics video scoreboard beyond the Southern Boulevard endzone as well as chair back seating between the 40 yard lines. FieldTurf surface was also replaced with FieldTurfTM.
Aside from college baseball, football and soccer, professional soccer also came to Jack Coffey Field in 2016 as it hosted the Fourth Round U.S. Open Cup match between the New York Cosmos and NYCFC. 
- Fordham facilities at fordhamsports.com, URL accessed October 21, 2009. Archived 10/09/09
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