Fohi Athletics Facilities

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Dick Bruich Field @ Steeler Stadium

First built in 1954, Steeler Stadium is home to several of our Athletics Programs. Football, Boys and Girls Soccer, and Boys and Girls Track & Field all call Steeler Stadium home. While many believe that Steeler Stadium was named after our mascot, the story is actually the other way around. Beginning in 1954, the Steelworkers of Kasier Steel Industries got together with the company to donate the labor and materials to build Steeler Stadium. In gratitude for their generosity, Fontana High School officially adopted "Steelers" as our school mascot.

In 2021, a community petition was presented to FUSD to rename the facility "Dick Bruich Field at Steeler Stadium" in honor of long-time Head Football Coach Dick Bruich. On June 22, 2022, the FUSD School Board officially renamed the playing surface in honor of Coach Bruich.

In a renovation project between March and October 2023, FUSD installed a Rekortan Gel Series G10 "all-weather" track and an AstroTurf Rootzone 3D3 Blend field. On October 10, 2023, the Varsity Football team won their first game played on the newly opened field. On October 27 an official recognition ceremony was held to honor Coach B in person.

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Fohi Gym

Built in 1954, the Fohi Gym has hosted numerous indoor sports over the years. Currently, our Boys and Girls Basketball teams, Boys and Girls Volleyball teams, and Boys and Girls Wrestling teams use the facility for home games. In years past, the venue even hosted our Badminton teams.

The Gym sits in the middle of campus and can be accessed via the northeast gate on Oleande Ave. for most events.

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Varsity Baseball Field

The Varsity Baseball Field sits on the southeast corner of campus and can be accessed off of Oleander Avenue.

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Fohi Pool

The Fohi Pool is another 1954 facility on campus. The diving boards have been removed and the "diving well" end of the pool has been shallowed a bit. It is still the home site for regular season Water Polo and Swim matches. Unfortunately, NFHS has changed the depth and width requirements for play, so we must travel off-site for CIF Playoff matches.