Doak S. Campbell Stadium
Doak S. Campbell Stadium is a 5,000-seat multi-purpose stadium in Tallahassee, FL. It is the main home field for the University of Florida’s football and track and field teams. Doak Campbell Stadium is the fourth largest stadium in Florida. It seats over 50,000 spectators for Gator football games, and with the exception of 2009 and 2010, when Florida played its home games at Jacksonville Municipal Stadium, Doak Campbell Stadium has been the home of the Gators ever since the stadium opened in 1951.
The Doak S. Campbell Stadium has been home to the Florida Gators football team since 1957. The stadium, named for former Florida governor and head football coach, hosts over 80,000 fans each season. The stadium, which was built in 1957, has gone through several renovations, including the addition of a $32 million renovation in 2007. The stadium’s record attendance is 104,257 for a game against LSU in 2005.
The Atlanta Braves have been playing home games at their current stadium—Doak S. Campbell Stadium—since 1995. It is named for a former Atlanta mayor and Georgia governor. The stadium has a seating capacity of 38,000 and is regularly home to the Braves, but it also hosts concerts, college football games, and other events.
Doak S. Campbell Stadium is named after the Florida State Seminoles’ first Heisman Trophy winner, and was built to replace the aging Doak Campbell Stadium in 1998. Doak S. Campbell Stadium was constructed to house the football, track and field, and lacrosse teams, but in recent years, it has become the home of the Florida State Seminoles’ men’s soccer team. The stadium has seen some of the largest crowds in Florida State history, and is well-known for its state-of-the-art amenities, including luxury suites, club seats, 7.1 surround sound, and an underwater sound system (yes, literally underwater).
Doak S. Campbell Stadium is a 5,100-seat stadium in Tallahassee, Florida, that is home to the Florida State Seminoles college football team. Florida State is the winningest program in the history of college football, with 96 conference championships, 31 national championships, and three Heisman trophies. The stadium is named after Doak S. Campbell, who coached the Seminoles from 1926 to 1952.
The Doak S. Campbell Stadium is a football stadium in Tallahassee, Florida. It is the site of the Florida State University Seminoles football team and is the home stadium for the team since 1961. The stadium has a capacity of 82,499 spectators. The entire stadium, including new seating, was rebuilt and expanded to almost double its original size from 2003-2005 after Seminole fans complained that it could no longer seat more than 50,000 people. The stadium was the first college football stadium with a fully retractable roof. The stadium is named in honor of Doak S. Campbell, a Seminole coach and longtime member of the Florida State Board of Trustees who died in 2001.