|Location||West Chester, Pennsylvania|
|Owner||West Chester University of Pennsylvania|
|Operator||West Chester University of Pennsylvania|
|Surface||FieldTurf (playing surface)|
Mondo (track surface)
|Opened||September 26, 1970|
|West Chester Golden Rams football and track|
Philadelphia Independence (WPS) (2010)
John A. Farrell Stadium is a stadium in West Chester, Pennsylvania. It is primarily used by the West Chester University of Pennsylvania Golden Rams football and track & field teams. The stadium was also the temporary home of the Philadelphia Independence of the Women's Professional Soccer league during their inaugural season. Additionally, Farrell Stadium was home to the Philadelphia Eagles for their summer training camp, from 1980-1995. A statue of Michael Horrocks resides at one endzone of the field. Horrocks, a former Golden Rams quarterback, died 2001 in the September 11 attacks; he was a co-pilot of United Airlines Flight 175.
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- Pro Football Reference – Philadelphia Eagles Training Camp Locations
- Philadelphia Independence Will Play 2010 Season At West Chester University's John A. Farrell Stadium
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