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Nash Field

Nash Field
Full name Nash Employee's Athletic Field
Location Kenosha, Wisconsin
Owner Kenosha, Wisconsin
Operator Kenosha Maroons
Capacity 5,000 (American football)
Surface Grass
Kenosha Maroons(1924) Kenosha Vipers(2016-beyond)

Nash Field is a former American football stadium located in Kenosha, Wisconsin. The stadium was home to the Kenosha Maroons of the National Football League in 1924. It had a capacity of 5,000 spectators. The stadium was built on the grounds of Nash Motors.

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