Multipurpose Stadium

The new multi-purpose stadium constructed on CSU's main campus is the home field of the Colorado State University Rams, and will host other sports, entertainment, civic, cultural and commercial events. The stadium is flexible, multi-functional, and designed to comply with the applicable standards of the National Collegiate Athletic Association ("NCAA") with an estimated spectator capacity of 40,000 for football games.

The stadium includes a variety of program features including; administrative and football operations offices, luxury suites, club seats, club lounges and other premium areas, concessions, operations offices, concession storage and kitchen, public restrooms, building receiving area and loading dock, ticket office, team store, locker room and dressing room facilities, press box, audio/visual control room, venue storage, first aid office, event office, and other standard programmed space needed to support the stadium. CSU also built the Iris and Michael Smith Alumni Center, multiple classrooms and space for the Collaborative for Student Achievement (CASA) below the east concourse, with significant savings over construction of a new stand-alone building.

Additional Resources:

Multipurpose Stadium Homepage

Statistics & Specifications

Building Number: 
0190
Square Footage: 
40,000 seats with over 80,000 gsf of academic and alumni space under the east concourse.
Completion: 
Aug 2017
Funds: 
$238.5 million