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Capacity: 72,000 (additional overflow to 78,000)
Recent Renovation: 2001
Considered one of America’s finest on-campus facilities, Razorback Stadium (51,000) became Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium in 2001 after a $110 million expansion.
RazorVision is one of the largest sports venue video boards in the world, a 30×107-foot LED screen, in the north end zone
Food court in the south concourse in addition to traditional concession stands
The official capacity of 72,000; however, it is entirely possible to exceed 72,000 on a regular basis as overflow bleacher seating for UA students has been added once again for the 2008 season.
Razorback Stadium began as an on-campus venue for football on Oct. 8, 1938. The original capacity was 13,500, and was built as a Works Progress Administration project during the Great Depression.
Since 1938, the Fayetteville football stadium for the Razorbacks has expanded seven times.
There are 132 suites in Donald W. Reynolds Razorback stadium, and 9,038 club seats.
The stadium’s club and lounge areas are over 70,000 square feet.
The great moments of Razorback football are documents in three display areas around the main concourse.
Championship Alley – East side concourse with displays for all the conference championships, including the 1964 National Championship. Championship Alley also includes the Razorback football letterman’s display, listing every football letterwinner, and the All-Conference board.
All-American Alley – South side concourse in the foot court area displays a picture of each All-American Razorback football player.
Bowl Alley – West side concourse lower level has displays saluting every Razorback bowl team.