You don’t need to root for FSU or the visiting team to understand just how awesome this stadium is. The War Chant, Sod Cemetery, Marching Chiefs and Chief Osceola all do their part in carrying on the traditions that have made Florida State a perennial powerhouse in college football.
Built in 1924, with an original capacity of just 12,000, LSU’s Tiger Stadium has seen its fair share of remodels and renovations. But even with all of the changes throughout the years, it has never lost its charm. The most recent renovation to Tiger Stadium was completed in 2012 and included 66 luxury suites, 3,000 Club Level seats above the south end zone and 1,400 general public seats in the upper deck. This addition, which was funded privately through the Tiger Athletic Foundation, brought the seating capacity to 102,321 making it the sixth largest college football stadium in the nation.