Haverhill was the first city in the country to build a high school stadium exclusively for high school sports.
Brick wall perimeter is 12’ high and was built as part of WPA project in 1935. The original brick wall still stands (over 2000 feet of wall).
In 1960, the New England Patriots, then the Boston Patriots, held their first ever intrasquad scrimmage there.
New York Yankee greats Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig played in exhibition games at the Stadium.
The venue has been host to thousands of events over the last century including but not limited to: sporting events, concerts, circuses, community pageants, graduations and other public events.
In 2011, the field inside the Stadium was named in honor of the late Harry McNamara as a tribute to his lifelong dedication to athletics and education in Haverhill. Trinity Stadium entered into a partnership with the City and was awarded the overall naming rights to the facility, which it held through 2018.