Husky Stadium 2012 Renovation

huskystadiumrenovation_6_thumb1 Construction begins in December 2011. The final opponent in the then 91 year old stadium will be on November 19th against WSU for their 104th meeting. The second to last game?  October 29th against Oregon.

The 2012 football season will be played at Qwest Field.  The six home games will be against Portland State, Nevada, Stanford, Oregon State, UCLA, and Arizona State.

2013 Season opens at new Husky Stadium against… ???


Demolish: The construction of the new stadium will begin at the end of of the 2011 football season with the demolition of the majority of the current structure.  This includes:

  • Lower bowl of stadium (40K seats, originally built in 1920)
  • Including the track
  • South side stands. (15K seats, built in 1950)


Build: Included in the plans are a brand new lower bowl replacing the original one built in 1920.  Husky fans should also expect:

  • New team meeting rooms 
  • New recruiting facilities
  • New coaches’ offices
  • 25 suites
  • 25 loge boxes
  • 2500 club seats

Capacity: The seating capacity has been said to remain "similar to the current capacity."


The development team has experience building football stadiums including Qwest Field, Sanford Stadium, Ben Hill Griffin, and Bobby Dodd Stadium.  Below I have compiled information about each of the structures.


Qwest field (Seattle Seahawks)

Capacity: 67,000
Located: Seattle Wa,




Sanford Stadium (University of Georgia)

Capacity: 92,746 (7th largest in NCAA)
Located: Athens Georgia, University of Georgia.


Sanford Stadium bing maps

Ben Hill Griffin Stadium

Capacity: 88,548
Located: Gainesville, Florida, University of Florida

Ben Hill Griffin 



Bobby Dodd Stadium

Capacity:  55,000
Located: Atlanta, Georgia, Georgia Tech

Bobby Dodd Stadium2



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