Doak Campbell Stadium History
Doak Campbell Stadium originally opened in 1950 and, after some renovations, it can
now hold more than 84,000 fans for the biggest games of the season. Since it opened, Doak Campbell Stadium has been host to
some of the most exciting games in college football. Florida State is known for their strong football program, winning three
national titles and 17 conference titles over the years, with 14 coming in the ACC. Whether you're looking for a prominent
matchup against a conference rival or an out-of-conference powerhouse, the schedule at Doak Campbell Stadium has plenty of
highly anticipated matchups every single season, and you can count on the stands to be rocking all season long. This is a
stadium that has been the backdrop to some of the biggest college football games in all the country, particularly in recent
seasons, and you won't want to miss a second of the action when the Seminoles hit the gridiron this season if you consider
yourself a die-hard Seminoles fan.
Doak Campbell Stadium Events Hosted
Doak Campbell Stadium is one of
the best places in the country to see a college football game, as many football fans can attest to. Every year the Florida
State Seminoles hit the field against some of the best teams in the country. The Seminoles will face a tough test on October
18th when the Notre Dame Fighting Irish come to town. Another big game will be played to close out the Seminoles home schedule
on November 29th when the in-state rival Florida Gators come to Doak Campbell Stadium. Make sure you take a good look at the
entire schedule to see all the great contests on the docket this season.
Stadium is located in Tallahassee, which is the capital of the state of Florida. Tallahassee was established back in 1824
and has since grown into a city that boasts a population of more than 180,000 people, more than 350,000 in the metro area.
Tallahassee is the home of Florida State University, and the Seminoles football team shines at Doak Campbell Stadium every
season. Many visitors come to Tallahassee each season to see the Seminoles in action.
Doak Campbell Stadium Trivia
Florida State player won the Heisman Trophy last season?
The answer is Jameis Winston, who, as quarterback, led the
Florida State Seminoles to a National Championship in 2013. Winston returns for the 2014 season with big expectations, and
he and the Seminoles are hoping to meet and even surpass them.
Doak Campbell Seating Layout
Stadium is one of the top venues in the sport of college football, and it can accommodate more than 80,000 screaming fans.
When the game is up in the air and the Seminoles are looking to put the final touches on an epic win, you'll definitely see
what all the buzz is about, and you'll also have the perfect reminder of why trying to duplicate the experience from home
is futile. With the thunderous crowd at your side and some of the best players in the country on the field, it doesn't get
any better than this.