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Foote Field #1

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This panorama was taken in the middle of Foote Field (#1) on the South Campus of the University of Alberta. This field is used for Football. Foote Field (#2), located to the west, is used for soccer as well as track and field. Saville Community Sports Centre is visible to the south.

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