DiSanto Field
Former namesFinnigan Fields, Case Field
Location1747 E 118th St, Cleveland, OH 44106
Coordinates41°30′48.4″N 81°36′13.1″W / 41.513444°N 81.603639°W / 41.513444; -81.603639Coordinates: 41°30′48.4″N 81°36′13.1″W / 41.513444°N 81.603639°W / 41.513444; -81.603639
Public transitGCRTA East 115th Street
Little Italy–University Circle
OwnerCase Western Reserve University
OperatorCase Western Reserve University
OpenedAugust 2005
Construction cost$126 million USD
ArchitectGoody Clancy
Case Western Reserve Spartansfootball, soccer, track and field (NCAA) (2005–present)
AFC Cleveland (NPSL) (2014)
Cleveland Fusion (WFA) (2014)

DiSanto Field, on the campus of Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio, is a 2,400-seat multi-purpose football stadium home to the Case Western Reserve Spartans football, men's and women's soccer, men's and women's lacrosse, and men's and women's track and field teams.

The press box includes the Coach Bill Edwards president's suite, named after the College Football Hall of Fame inductee coach.[1] In 2008, the eight-lane track surrounding the field was named Coach Bill Sudeck Track.

The Case Western Reserve Spartans football team played its first home game in the new stadium on September 10, 2005, defeating the Denison Big Red 20-6.[2]

Renovation history

In 2014, the Wyant Field House opened, which included the 4500-square foot Steve Belichick Varsity Weight Room, gifted by Bill Belichick in honor of his father.[3]

In 2017, the field was resurfaced with FieldTurf Revolution 360 fiber and an EcoSense EPDM (ethylene propylene diene) fill.[4]

Draft Day

In the 2014 movie, Draft Day, DiSanto Field stood in for Camp Randall Stadium of the Wisconsin Badgers.[5]