Dramatically positioned between mountain buttes, this 73,014-seat stadium is home to the Arizona Cardinals and Arizona State ... More
Dramatically positioned between mountain buttes, this 73,014-seat stadium is home to the Arizona Cardinals and Arizona State University's sports teams. Built in 1958, the place annually hosts the Fiesta Bowl and has previously welcomed the Super Bowl. Over the years, this stadium has been extensively renovated, including a $1.67 million renovation in 1992. State of the art video equipment has been installed, including a system that offers fans instant replay action. Located atop the upper deck on the west side, suite seating accommodates up to 900 fans.
Went to homecoming, Az. State vs. Washington. The atmosphere of a college football game is great there, plus the vies of the desert from the top of the stadium are breathtaking. Concessions are about what you'd expect from a sporting event, though some helpful staff would have been nice. I really enjoyed the time there and ASU beat Washington. I was looked at badly by some Washington fans, as I'm from Seattle and was rooting for ASU. Afterwards, Mill Avenue is a great place to get a drink or dinner, do some shopping and just hang out.
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