Last week, the schools announced that the 2020 and 2022 neutral site games will be played at Spirit Communications Park in Columbia, while the 2019 and 2021 games will continue to be played at Flour Field. Spirit Communications Park is the 9,077 seat home of the Columbia Fireflies, which opened in 2016.
Neyland Stadium has been the home of the University of Tennessee football team since 1921. It has been expanded and renovated several times since it opened. Sitting at a capacity of 102,455, it is the second largest stadium in the SEC and the fifth largest in college football. One thing that Tennessee does is provide behind the scenes tours of the stadium for folks interested in seeing the parts of the stadium that your everyday fan may never get to see. Stadium Journey was able to participate in one of these tours last week, and brings you this “Behind the Scenes” look at Neyland Stadium.
Is the City of Richmond, Virginia, building a new arena and knocking down its current venue? What will it mean for its indoor football team the Roughriders who are currently without a home?
On Wednesday, the city of Fayetteville, the Houston Astros, and the Big South Conference announced an agreement that the new Fayetteville Ballpark will host the Big South Baseball Tournament through 2021.
While The Diamond is unmistakably the home of the Richmond Flying Squirrels, if you enjoy college baseball and are in the Richmond area, a VCU game is a fun, entertaining, and affordable experience.