Farrington Field

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Farrington Field
Farrington Field in Fort Worth, Texas
Location 1501 N. University Dr.
Fort Worth, Texas
Coordinates 32°44′45″N 97°21′37″W / 32.745743°N 97.360218°W / 32.745743; -97.360218
Owner Fort Worth ISD
Capacity 18,500
Record attendance 24,836 (November 23, 1944 North Side H.S. vs. Paschal H.S.)
Surface artificial
Built 1938-1939
Opened November 3, 1939
Renovated 2010
Construction cost $400,000
Architect Preston M. Geren
General contractor General Construction Co., Fort Worth
Waco's Farrington Field Exterior
Waco's Farrington Field Grandstand

Farrington Field is an 18,500-capacity multi-use stadium located in Fort Worth, Texas. The stadium was completed in 1939 and was named in memory of E.S. Farrington, a long time superintendent of the Fort Worth Independent School District. The stadium is the 2nd largest in Fort Worth proper and is used mainly for football and track & field.

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