USF stadium renderings unveiled 


Florida Construction News staff writer

Renderings for the new University of Southern Florida stadium were unveiled this week.

“Since we first announced plans to build an on-campus stadium at the University of South Florida, it has become the topic I hear about most often from our passionate supporters. There is a genuine excitement within our community,” USF President Rhea Law said in a statement. “We’re thrilled to offer the first images of the stadium that will activate our campus in ways we never have before and will make a positive impact on our university for generations to come.”USF also released new details about the stadium, including:

  • An east-west build to help maximize shade for daytime events.
  • A dedicated section for students in the west end of the stadium that includes a design unique to USF featuring Bull horns and amenities that will cater to the student experience.
  • An open concourse around a majority of the stadium that provides views of the field, even as fans are walking to concession or restroom areas.
  • A large tailgating space on the north side of the stadium.
  • A variety of premium seating options, including suites, loge boxes and club areas.

The university and the Florida board of governors approved a 20-year- $200 million loan and $25 million was donated for the project from Tampa General Hospital. As a result, the site will be named “Tampa General Hospital center for athletic excellence.”


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