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“Home of the Florida State Seminoles”
From a maximum capacity of 15,000 in 1953 to a record crowd of 84,347 in 2005 against Miami, Doak S. Campbell Stadium has risen along with the Florida State football program to the top of the college football ladder. In a special ceremony prior to the Florida game on November 20, 2004, the home of Florida State football took on a meaning even more special when Bobby Bowden Field was dedicated. With the final phase of construction completed, Seminole fans are welcomed to one of college football's greatest venues.
Maybe I've been spoiled because down in South Florida all big college games are held at Hard Rock, but it seems disrespectful that even after 3 national championships, FSU won't let Athletics... Read more
I've been here many times for Florida State football games. Beautiful stadium! Lots of security present. Great vendors selling FSU memorabilia, food and drinks. Huge Jumbotrons atop both end... Read more
Went on FSU tour and ate lunch afterward in their private restaurant that overlooks the stadium. Highly recommend. After making your tour rsvp, look at pg 2 and it gives you the email to make your... Read more
Doak Campbell Stadium
- Mon - Fri: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
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