Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis. In , the North Stands were rebuilt, netting a capacity increase of 10, seats and enclosing the north end zone in a “bowl” style see Rose Bowl and Yale Bowl for examples. The Southwest Upper Deck addition extended the West Upper Deck to the south by 6, seats, and the Southeast Upper Deck addition extended the East Upper Deck to the south by 9,, giving contiguous upper seating around three sides, and increasing total capacity to 80, National championship seasons in bold. Shields—Watkins Field opened in with a single grandstand, the Original West Stands, having a capacity of 3, The stadium is named for Robert Neyland , who served three stints as head football coach at the University of Tennessee between and The artificial surface was used through the season, the last game on the surface being a 62—14 win over Vanderbilt.
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Shields—Watkins Field opened in with a single grandstand, the Original West Stands, having a capacity of 3, I’m getting tired of my generic Dell background. Joined Aug 29, Messages 6, Likes College football venues in Tennessee. In other projects Wikimedia Commons.
Inthe stadium became one of the first stadiums to have an AstroTurf surface. It’s after the OT win against S. The plan called for the addition of club seats, widening of concourses, creation of entry plazas, and updates to the stadium’s infrastructure. InNorth Section X in the north end zone was replaced by a grandstand that seated 5, the North Standsand inthe East Upper Deck that seated 6, was added.
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The capacity after these expansions was 31, March 21, . College football venues Tennessee Volunteers football University of Tennessee campus Sports venues in Knoxville, Tennessee American football venues in Tennessee Sports venues completed in establishments in Tennessee.
Inthe orange-and-white checkerboard end zones were added. InSports Illustrated ranked Neyland Stadium, the University of Tennessee campus, and the surrounding Knoxville area, as the best college football weekend experience. Inthe University of Tennessee implemented the Neyland Stadium Master Plan, a long-term strategy for expanding, renovating, and maintaining the stadium.
From to the end of the season, the field surface was natural grass. The playing surface is still named Shields—Watkins Field.
Attendance has been recorded for Tennessee Volunteer football games at Neyland Stadium since At the group’s behest, students and faculty finished the field over a two-day period. Neyland Stadium is the fifth largest stadium in the United States,  sttadium sixth syadium stadium in the world, and the second largest stadium in the Southeastern Conference. The next year, inthe East Stands were expanded to 44 rows.
Reflecting the Vols’ growth in stature, the stadium’s capacity jumped more than fold during his year association with UT as either an assistant coachhead coach three separate tenures from toor athletic director — The artificial tsadium, as many from this era, was blamed for excessive leg injuries. Joined Jul 2, Messages Likes 0. Neyland Stadium Aerial photograph of Neyland Stadium. The stadium is named for Robert Neylandwho served three stints as head football coach at the University of Tennessee between and Archived copy as title Webarchive template wayback links Use mdy dates from December Pages using deprecated image syntax Coordinates on Wikidata Commons category link is on Wikidata.
Click to see enlarged version: It stayed until natural grass was restored to the field in By comparison, when it had originally been built init was not even a fraction dessktop size of Tennessee’s largest football stadium at the time, Vanderbilt ‘s Dudley Field.