Daly Field consists of seven acres of parkland on the banks of the Charles River in the Brighton section of Boston on Nonantum Road. It is owned and managed by the Commonwealth through the Department of Conservation and Recreation. 


The Daly Field complex includes: 

  • Football field – MIAA standard high school synthetic turf field 
  • New field house – 3,200 square foot energy efficient building, including a sports medicine facility, team meeting rooms and public restrooms 
  • Tennis courts – Six fenced NCAA standard size courts for doubles play
  • Soccer and lacrosse fields – NCAA synthetic turf fields
  • Softball diamond – NCAA with clay infield and synthetic outfield
  • Field hockey – NCAA synthetic turf field
  • Walking track– A quarter mile, two-lane walking track surrounding the softball field & tennis courts 
  • Bike/walking path – A walking/bike path along the riverside of the Charles River 
  • Sports lighting – Innovative and sustainable sports lighting system 
  • Digital scoring – Customized & sustainable digital scoring and timing systems 
  • Spectator stadium seating with press box – on combination football, soccer & lacrosse fields

The Vision

This project transformed Daly Field from a long neglected parcel of public land into a state-of-the-art recreational facility.

Overheard view of Daly Field before construction
Daly Field before the transformation
Overhead rendering of Daly Field improvements
Extensive improvements completed to the field