By Isaac Constans
Listen Up, Lansing staff reporter
Hidden in the shadow of the Capitol, squeezed between 120’ x 60’ walls, on top of ground-up shoe soles and synthetic grass lies the international hub of Lansing. Beacon Field, opened Sept. 2, has quickly captivated neighbors and visitors as the prime location to meet a diverse crowd while communally enjoying “the beautiful game.”
Such has been the experience for Chad Stevenson and his three sons, Jacob, Matthew, and Nicholas. They make the four-minute drive to Beacon Field at least once a week, and he thinks the ritual has been hugely beneficial for his sons. “I think (Beacon Field) is special because these boys are playing players from all different countries and all different skill levels, and it’s definitely making them a lot better,” Chad Stevenson said.