Camping World Stadium
In 2014, Camping World Stadium was rebuilt into a state-of-the-art venue capable of hosting world-class events, including the inaugural AutoNation Cure Bowl game. About 90% of the stadium was torn down and replaced, including portions that have stood since its original construction in 1937. Only the upper decks, which were added in 1990 and remain viable as part of a modern facility, remained.
The new Camping World Stadium offers an enhanced fan experience at every level, with wider, chair-back seating, new concessions areas and restrooms, and new club and premium spaces throughout the building.
In addition to being the temporary home to Orlando’s new professional soccer team, the Orlando City Lions, the Camping World Stadium hosts signature annual events including the Buffalo Wild Wings Citrus Bowl, Russell Athletic Bowl, Florida Blue Florida Classic and Monster Jam. The AutoNation Cure Bowl is proud to be the newest addition to this prestigious list. In addition, the new venue will allow Orlando to pursue more high-profile sports tourism events such as neutral-site college football games, NFL preseason games, international soccer matches, big-name concerts and more.
Camping World Stadium boasts:
- Newly-constructed lower bowl
- Vibrant open-air façade
- Expanded concourse giving fans on lower and upper levels the ability to circle the facility 360 degrees
- New lower bowl seating with six more inches of leg room in each row
- 10,000-square-foot party deck
- Additional suites on the stadium’s west side, increasing the total number of suites to 34 with seating for 1,000
- Open-air and enclosed Club seating with 33”-wide tread space in aisles and available food service and seating for over 6,000
- Additional restrooms added along concourses to better serve patrons
- Additional elevators for improved access to upper levels
- New, lower-level concession stands with an average one point-of-sale location to serve every 250 patrons
- New ticket windows in the northwest corner to supplement Box Office in the stadium’s south end (constructed in 2010)
- Improved disability seating with enhanced sightlines
- Enhanced sound system featuring coverage in concourses, restrooms and concession areas
- Large video boards in both end zones and closed-circuit television monitors in concourse and concession areas
- New team locker rooms featuring new lockers, restrooms, showers, training rooms, a physicians exam room and small interview areas accessible from the locker room
- Reconstructed press box and suites on the stadium’s west side featuring updated amenities for working press, food service areas and boxes for TV, radio and coaches
- Flexibility for expansion in the south end zone.