Bryant-Denny Stadium History
If you are looking to see some of the best college football in the world head out
to Bryant-Denny Stadium which has been home to the Alabama Crimson Tide's football team since 1929. The historic stadium is
the second largest in the SEC as well as the fifth biggest stadium in the United States and the eighth largest stadium in
the world that is not used for racing. Right from the opening of the stadium it was clear that Bryant-Denny Stadium would
not be an easy place for opposing teams to play as the Crimson Tide won the inaugural match against Mississippi College 55-0.
Bryant-Denny Stadium Events
Football is king at Bryant-Denny Stadium and the stadium and parking lot are packed
on Saturdays during college football season and just setting foot onto the premises gives football fans a sense of the long
and storied history of Alabama football. From the smell of the tailgate parties and the Alabama fight song echoing throughout
the parking lot and stadium it is impossible not to get excited when attending an Alabama game. In addition to Alabama Crimson
Tide football games, Bryant-Denny Stadium also hosts the Alabama High School Athletic Association's football championships,
known as the Super Six, every other year. If you are looking to see some of the most hotly contested football in the world
head out to Bryant-Denny Stadium to cheer on the Crimson Tide or your favorite high school football teams.
Tuscaloosa has been named the most livable city in America, and one of the top cities in the country for young
people to live as well as one of the best places to start a small business. In 2013 the city adopted the nickname The City
of Champions after the Crimson Tide won the BCS Championship in 2010, 2012, and 2013. If you are looking for a fun night out
not sports related head down to The Strip and spend some time hanging out with locals at some of the many restaurants and
bars in the area.
Bryant-Denny Stadium Seating Layout
Bryant-Denny Stadium currently has a maximum capacity
of 101,821 fans which it has achieved 21 times to date. Whether you are seated in the end zone, the bleachers, or the upper
deck you are sure to have a great view of all of the action on the field. Watching a Crimson Tide game at home is always fun
but nothing matches the thrill of cheering along with more than 100,000 other dedicated Crimson Tide fans. Check out the Alabama
Crimson Tide football schedule on StubHub to see when you can catch a game.
was originally known as Denny Stadium, named after the long time Alabama president George Denny. In 1975, Bryant was added
to the stadium's name in an effort to honor legendary Alabama football coach Paul "Bear" Bryant. This is a fitting honor since
Bear Bryant holds the record for most wins at Bryant-Denny Stadium boasting an impressive 72-2 home record during his tenure
as the coach of the Crimson Tide.