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Washington DC DMV

The Fairland Stadium
Fairland Regional Park


Armenia vs. Nigeria
The new turf sports soccer field at Fairland Park in Burtonsville, MD is known as one of the best turf field in the DMV area. The field is also known to have hosted the semi-final between Armenia vs. Nigeria which has been called the best game in the Diaspora World Cup history.

Playing Surface: Turf
Seating Capacity: 500
Metro Station: Silver Spring Metro

Warm Up Field: Yes
On Site Parking: Yes
On Site Restrooms: Yes
Average Spring-Summer Temperature: 80 degrees F.

Stadium Location
3928 Greencastle Rd
Burtonsville, MD 20866



Fans of the Nigerian and South African Diaspora during a Diaspora World Cup Game at the Fairland Stadium

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