Glass Bowl Overview
The Glass Bowl is truly one of America's great college football stadiums.
Originally built in 1937, the Glass Bowl was renovated in 1990. As a result of those changes, the new Glass Bowl has become a graceful synthesis of modern technology and old-time charm and craftsmanship.
More recent improvements to the Glass Bowl include the addition of the installation of a new Field Turf playing surface in 2008 and a new videoboard in 2010.
The Glass Bowl features a three-level press tower that houses 45 private suites, 300-seat Stadium Club and Gerber Media Center.
Glass Bowl Facts:
- Completed: 1937
- Last Major Renovation: 1990
- Cost to Build in 1937: $313,558
- Cost to Renovate in 1990: $18.5 million
- Original Seating Capacity: 8,000
- Current Official Seating Capacity: 26,248
- Largest Crowd: 36,852 (2001 vs. Navy)
- Private Suites: 45
- Stadium Club Seating: 300
- Media Seating: 108
- Surface: Field Turf
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