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The New Balance Track and Field at Newell Stadium in Gloucester.

The New Balance Track and Field at Newell Stadium in Gloucester.

Gloucester

New Balance Track and Field

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at Newell Stadium

Opened Sept. 4

Cost $3.8 million

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Capacity 2,250

Includes Artificial turf field that can be used for football, soccer, field hockey, and other sports; a new running track; bathrooms, and press box. Concession stands run by booster clubs brought up to code with volunteer efforts by individuals and donation of materials by the Building Center of Gloucester.

Lynnfield

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Proposed Four artificial turf fields for all outdoor sports, three with lights, a new track, and rebuilt fields and playgrounds in seven locations.

Cost $8.75 million, including preconstruction engineering costs.

Capacity Number of main stadium bleachers to be determined, but likely 1,000 to 1,200.

Amenities Besides the turf fields, a stand-alone building at the high school will include concession stands with bathrooms, visitors and officials’ locker rooms, a trainer’s room, and storage.

SOURCE: Pam Ashe, Gloucester Fishermen Athletic Association; Arthur Bourque, Lynnfield Recreational Field Study Committee

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