Houseman Field is a multi-purpose sports stadium located in Midtown Grand Rapids. It is owned and operated by Grand Rapids Public Schools. It was named after former mayor and congressman Julius Houseman whose daughter initially donated the land for use by the school system for sports.

It hosts high school sports such as football and track & field athletics, as well as Aquinas Saints' college track team. Since 2015 it also hosts Grand Rapids FC's soccer games.

It was built in 1923 and renovated in 2009. Its stated capacity is 8,000, split between two seating banks on the north and south sides. The south side is nominated as the home side for school events, the north is the away entrance.