Frank DeLuca Hall of Fame Field
1000 Main Street, Stratford, Connecticut 06615
Press Box (203) 377-6388

Before being renamed Frank DeLuca Hall of Fame Field in 1997, the field was previously known as Avco Lycoming Field, Textron Lycoming Field and AlliedSignal Field. The field, built in 1966, has undergone several renovations.

Thanks to the Town of Stratford and the State of Connecticut, the renovations to transform Frank DeLuca Hall of Fame Field into a state-of-the-art softball facility are nearly completed. Regular-season seating capacity is now 1,800. The section of bleachers behind home plate features six rows of club seating and seven rows of bleacher-style seating with back rests. The sections on first and third base lines are regular style bleacher seats, while three additional sections have been installed down the right field line.

Lights, a concession stand located directly behind home plate, restrooms and a 300-car parking lot have all been added. DeLuca Field has the capability to accommodate 500 cars with an adjacent 700-car lot available for state, regional and national events.

Since 1988, the Stratford Brakettes women's major fast pitch team has called Frank DeLuca Hall of Fame Field home. Prior to that, the team played for 40 years at Raybestos Memorial Field, which is located in the center of town. Beginning in 1947, the team's 70-year history has been a storied one. No other team has won as many national titles (28) nor world titles (3) and no other team has had more players (23) named to the National Hall of Fame.

The ballpark includes: 
  • Regulation softball field with a 300 foot permanent outfield fence and a 225 foot temporary fence 
  • 1800 seating capacity with 150 stadium seats, 225 bench seats with back rests and 1425 bleacher seats and seats for the mobility impaired 
  • Lighting System on field and in parking lot 
  • Restrooms and Concession stand 
  • Umpire Locker Room 
  • Press Box with sound system, and Internet access 
  • Electronic Scoreboard 
  • Parking lot for 300 cars with additional parking for large events 
  • Irrigation system 
  • Field Cover 
  • Souvenir Stand 

Directions to DeLuca Field

From New York and Points South:
Take 95 to exit 30 Lordship Boulevard. At bottom of exit continue straight thru traffic light-- continue straight until you can’t go anymore (approximately 1-1 1/4 miles- Dunkin Donuts on left). Take a left at the light, go straight and DeLuca Field is on right.

From New Haven and Points North:
Take 95 to exit 31 South Avenue. At bottom of exit take a left, continue straight to traffic light. At light take a right onto Main Street and continue straight. Go through two traffic lights, DeLuca Field will be just past the lights on your left.


DeLuca Field has the capability to accommodate 500 cars, with an adjacent 700-car lot available.

Frank DeLuca Hall of Game Field Policies

Frank DeLuca Hall of Fame Field is a no-smoking facility.

Alcoholic beverages are not served nor are they permitted within the confines of the field or parking lot area.

No food or beverages may be brought into the ballpark. There is a full-menu concession stand available to service your needs.

Tailgating (grills, etc.) in the DeLuca Field parking lots is not permitted.

For all Brakettes games, the ticket booth and gates to the field will open 90 minutes before the scheduled starting time. Fans are encouraged to arrive early and observe batting practice. Autograph sessions will take place following every home game in a designated area.

All stadium box seat season ticket holders have numbered, reserved parking spaces in the main DeLuca Field lot.

Ushers will be stationed at the entrance to each section of the ballpark to assist with seating.

We ask fans to please return all foul balls to the Brakettes ball chaser during the game. The Brakettes donate all used game balls to the various girl’s youth leagues throughout the state.

If you have any questions or need assistance during our games, please contact any of the DeLuca Field employees at the ballpark.