Harvard Stadium

Stadium, Athletics & Sports
65 N Harvard St (across from Ohiri Field)
Boston, MA 02163
(617) 495-1000


  • Built in 1903, this horseshoe-shaped stadium holds 30,323 sports fans, has 2,282 steps, and held concerts by Bob Marley and Janis Joplin.
  • Built in 1903, it's the nation's oldest stadium, & home to the school's football team. Harvard's biggest rival has been Yale, & the most famous confrontation came on Nov. 23, 1968 when they tied 29-29
  • Come every Wednesday morning at 6:30am for a special free treat from the November Project. All year, all weather. #RiseAndShine
  • @Nov_Project: Wednesday mornings at 5:30 and 6:30. Come eat some stairs for breakfast! #RiseAndShine
  • Not only does Harvard football and Boston Cannons lacrosse call this landmark home, its stairs are revered by those looking for an intense workout.
  • Up and down, up and down. 37 sections. Free stair master.
  • Never been to a game!
  • Continues to be the best workout in all the land
  • This is the most pure, beautiful football stadium in the country.
  • View from the top is awesome
  • You can walk right into the stands or onto the pitch
  • Nice Place!
  • I thought there'd be equations on the field and shit.
  • November Project meets here Wednesday mornings. Get fit. For free.
  • After his graduation, Steel started working as a youth rehabilitator.
  • Your butt gets cold quickly sitting on the concrete slabs they call benches.
  • Watch the people running the stairs and thank God you are not among them
  • Beautiful old school architecture
  • Built in 1903, it was the first structure in the world to employ reinforced concrete in a vertical way, and has had minimal changes ever since. Janis Joplin played her last show here, in 1970.
  • One of the best places to train!

Nearby places

2 Brattle St
79 N Harvard St (Harvard Athletic Complex)
10 Eliot St (at Winthrop St.)