Gill Stadium

Manchester, New Hampshire

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Seating Capacity: 4,100
Dimensions: LF 312
CF 400
  RF 321
Year Opened: 1913
Former Notable Players: Aaron Hill, and Brandon League.
Notes: The Valley Street address has been a ball field for the better part of a century. The current structure was built by Amoskeag Manufacturing in 1913. Dubbed Textile Field, it played host to the industrial leagues for many years. City of Manchester took ownership in 1927, at which time it was renamed Municipal Athletic Field. The current moniker was added in 1967, in honor of Ignace Gill, the Parks and Recreation Director. Most recently it has undergone major renovations to be bring the facility into the 21st century, as the stadium played host to only its third minor league team ever, while an Eastern League franchise awaited Northeast Delta Dental Stadium on the banks of the Merrimac River for 2005. With new seating, playing field and lighting, the stadium reverted back to the area youth baseball and football leagues as the primary tenants.
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