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A stadium for the ages Since 1958, the landmark home of Sun Devil Football has been synonymous with “big time”: countless conference battles, rivalry-rich Territorial Bowls, pro football contests including a Super Bowl. It welcomed grand community events, concerts, feature film productions, a visit by a pope and a U.S. president’s address.
Sun Devil Stadium was the only major football stadium in the Phoenix metropolitan area until the construction of State Farm Stadium – then called "Cardinals Stadium" – in Glendale in 2006. Sun Devil Stadium was the home of the Arizona Cardinals of the National Football League (NFL) from the 1988 through the 2005 seasons.
Sun Devil Stadium, home to the Pac-10 champion football team since 1958, holds 75,000 people. Sun Devil Stadium was the original home of the annual Tostitos Fiesta Bowl and hosted the 2008 Insight Bowl and the 1996 NFL Super Bowl. Constructed between two mountain buttes, the stadium was literally carved from the desert.
Sun Devil Stadium addresses Phoenix to the west and the south end zone (formerly the open end) points to scenic Tempe, home of Arizona State University. With the south end expansion completed and the press and sky boxes in place, and with an expanded cantilevered upper deck (1977), Sun?Devil Stadium boasts a capacity of 71,706.
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