Southern Football Report Stadium Countdown: #7 Doak Campbell Stadium

Florida State LogoBobby Bowden Field at Doak Campbell Stadium
Built – 1950
Capacity – 82,300
Record Capacity – 84,409

‘The House that Bobby Built’ fit snuggly on the south side of the Florida State University campus is the home of the Florida State Seminoles and has been a staple of college football since the early 80’s when the Seminole football teams rose to national prominence. One of the largest brick structures in the United States, Doak Campbell Stadium’s brick facade was created to make the stadium match the rest of the buildings on Florida State’s campus and the stadium actually houses a lot of the university’s offices and some class rooms.

Doak Campbell Staidum 3

Doak Campbell Stadium is the largest stadium in the Atlantic Coast Conference and will soon get bigger and better. The first phase of a construction project to give the South stands a face lift began this off season and will be completed next off season. Over the last fifteen years, Florida State University has made Doak Campbell Stadium and it’s aesthetics a point of emphasis and it appears that will continue into the future to keep Doak Campbell Stadium as one of the most beautiful stadiums in all of college football.

Doak Campbell Stadium, Home of the Florida State Seminoles
Doak Campbell Stadium, Home of the Florida State Seminoles

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