Thresher Stadium

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Thresher Stadium
Location North Newton, Kansas
Coordinates 38°04′41″N97°20′38″W / 38.07806°N 97.34389°W / 38.07806; -97.34389 Coordinates: 38°04′41″N97°20′38″W / 38.07806°N 97.34389°W / 38.07806; -97.34389
Owner Bethel College
Operator Bethel College
Capacity 2,500
Surface artificial turf
Construction
Construction cost $5.5 million
Tenants
Bethel College Threshers

Thresher Stadium is a sport stadium in North Newton, Kansas, United States. The facility is primarily used by the Bethel College for college football and men's and women's soccer teams. [1] The stadium is also used for local high school and other community events. [2]

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References

  1. KCAC Sports Stadium guide
  2. Bethel College Thresher Stadium