Featured Story

Dolphins Unveil Initial Renovations To Sun Life Stadium, With More Planned For '16

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 08 / 28 / 15

A refurbished Sun Life Stadium is "already beautiful after only one phase of a two- or three-phase reconstruction," according to Armando Salguero of the MIAMI HERALD. What might just "make this new iteration of Sun Life finally feel like a worthy home for the Dolphins is going to be the noise genera...

Read More

Tags: Facilities, Miami Dolphins, NFL

More Stories

08/14/15
St. Louis Stadium Clears Another Hurdle

Cole County (Mo.) Circuit Court Judge Jon Edward Beetem on Thursday removed Gov. Jay Nixon "from a lawsuit seeking to block state spending on a new football stadium in St. Louis," according to a front-page piece by David Hunn of the ST. LOUIS POST-DISPATCH. Beetem also "transferred the case to St. L ...

Tags: Facilities, NFL, St. Louis Rams, San Diego Chargers, Oakland Raiders

08/14/15
Honda Center Scoreboard Debuts Sept. 25

Honda Center and the Ducks on Thursday announced a new Daktronics scoreboard will be unveiled on Sept. 25, which is the club’s first preseason home game of the '15-16 NHL season. The new scoreboard screens will measure nearly 20 feet tall and more than 30 feet wide, and feature a display area ...

Tags: Facilities, Anaheim Ducks, NHL

08/14/15
Columnist: Galaxy Must Upgrade StubHub Center

StubHub Center for Galaxy matches is "woefully lacking" in some regards, "notably in parking and traffic control before and after games," according to Nick Green of the Torrance DAILY BREEZE. It has been that way "ever since the stadium opened" in '03. Green: "Not surprisingly, that’s long bee ...

Tags: Facilities, MLS, Los Angeles Galaxy

08/14/15
Braves Do Not Exercise Turner Field Lease Option

The Braves have confirmed in a letter to Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed that the club will not "exercise its lease extension option" on Turner Field, a move that "signals confidence" the team will open the '17 season at SunTrust Park, according to a front-page piece by Leslie & Trubey of the ATLANTA J ...

Tags: Facilities, Atlanta Braves

08/14/15
FSU Begins Construction On Champions Club

The new 6,000-seat Champions Club section at Florida State's Doak Campbell Stadium has over 100,000 square feet of rentable space and will become "one of the largest conference centers in the area," allowing the school to "generate revenue year-round" from the space, according to Jim Henry ...

Tags: Facilities

08/14/15
UC To Cut Capacity, Add Premium Seating At Arena

The Univ. of Cincinnati as part of its $70M Fifth Third Bank Arena renovation "expects to cut seating to 11,476, create a new concourse for the arena’s upper level with its own fan amenities, add club seats and suites and include a digital projection of intimidating Bearcat eyes on the outside ...

Tags: Facilities

08/13/15
Walker Signs Off On Bucks Arena Funding

Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker yesterday approved $250M in public money for a Bucks arena, "paving the way for a Common Council vote on the proposal next month and a potential groundbreaking as soon as October," according to a front-page piece by Spicuzza, Stein & Stephenson of the MILWAUKEE JOUR ...

Tags: Facilities, Milwaukee Bucks, NBA

08/13/15
St. Louis Making Progress On Rams Stadium

St. Louis stadium task force co-head Dave Peacock yesterday said that the group is "making consistent progress" on plans for a $998M open-air riverfront stadium for the Rams, and added that the region is "in charge of its own destiny" to keep the team regardless of Rams Owner Stan Kroenke's efforts ...

Tags: Facilities, NFL, St. Louis Rams, San Diego Chargers, Oakland Raiders

08/13/15
Indians To Add Club Space Behind Home Plate

The Indians yesterday announced that there will be a new club behind home plate on Progressive Field's main level, which "highlights the second phase of renovations to the ballpark," according to Paul Hoynes of the Cleveland PLAIN DEALER. The new club "will include a full bar, concessions, a custome ...

Tags: Facilities, Cleveland Indians, MLB

08/13/15
Malzahn Concerned About Videoboard's Impact

In Birmingham, Brandon Marcello reported Auburn football coach Gus Malzahn is "legitimately concerned" about how the new videoboard in the south end zone of Jordan-Hare Stadium -- measuring 10,830 square feet -- will "affect players on game day." Malzahn said of the team's scrimmage Monday, "We turn ...

Tags: Facilities

Video Powered By - Castfire CMS Powered By - Sitecore

Report a Bug