Hewitt-Trussville Stadium is an athletics stadium adjacent to Hewitt-Trussville High School near the Cahaba River in Trussville. Husky Field is used for football, while it and the surrounding running track will serve the school's track and field teams.
The 24-acre stadium site had previously been considered for the route of the proposed Northern Beltline in the 1990s. During that time a prehistoric archaeological site was discovered. A study of the site was performed by the University of Alabama Office of Archaeological Research at city expense in 2012 before construction proceeded on the stadium.
Ground was broken for the stadium in September 2013. Trussville's Blalock Building submitted the lowest bid and was awarded the contract for $14.6 million. An additional $3.3 million was approved for construction of a bridge for Husky Parkway to better access the stadium. The stadium construction was expected to be completed by October, 2014.
Husky Field features artificial turf, with the words "Hewitt" and "Trussville" in each end zone, and a stylized husky centered on the 50-yard line spanning from both 45-yard lines. The artificial turf cost between $390,000 and $400,000. The stadium opened on October 24, 2014 with the Huskies losing to the Hoover Buccaneers 38-24. Huskies quarterback Zac Thomas scored the first touchdown at the stadium during the first two minutes of that game.
- Gray, Jeremy (July 17, 2013) "Site of future Trussville football stadium yields clues thousands of years old." The Birmingham News
- Lloyd, Gary (March 4, 2014) "Headway at Husky Parkway." Trussville Tribune
- Lloyd, Gary (August 28, 2014) "Turf installation begins at new Hewitt-Trussville Stadium." Trussville Tribune
- Lloyd, Gary (September 12, 2014) "Take a look at the Husky Field design." Trussville Tribune
- Lloyd, Gary (October 21, 2014) "Hewitt-Trussville opens new stadium against No. 1 Hoover." Trussville Tribune
- Lloyd, Gary (October 24, 2014) "Hewitt-Trussville comes up short against Hoover; clinches playoff spot." Trussville Tribune