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In 2014, Orlando's Citrus Bowl Stadium was rebuilt into a state-of-the-art venue capable of hosting world-class events. About 90% of the stadium was torn down and replaced between January 29 and November 19, 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 Citrus Bowl 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. 

The stadium is now open for business and capable of hosting its traditional events including the Buffalo Wild Wings Citrus Bowl, Russell Athletic Bowl, Florida Blue Florida Classic and Monster Jam. 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. The first new high-profile event has already been announced: the Orlando Kickoff game, a college football showdown in the opening weekend of the regular season that begins on Labor Day 2016 with Florida State vs. Ole Miss. 

Features & Amenities
  • All-new lower bowl with wider, chair-back seating and six more inches of leg room per row
  • Expanded concourse with the ability to circle the entire facility on field and plaza levels
  • 15,000-square-foot deck on the plaza level overlooking the north end zone
  • New concession stands and restrooms
  • Additional suites on the stadium’s west side, increasing suite seating to over 1,000
  • Brand-new premium club spaces offering upgraded seating with private concessions and restrooms for over 5,000 guests
  • New high-definition video boards and sideline fascia ribbon boards, offering nearly 360 degrees of digital coverage
  • Enhanced sound system featuring coverage in concourses, restrooms and concession areas
  • Enhanced vertical transportation (elevators, escalators and stairwells) for improved access between levels
  • Improved disability seating with enhanced sightlines
  • New ticket windows in the northeast corner to supplement Box Office in the stadium’s south end (constructed in 2010)
  • New team facilities with new locker rooms, restrooms, showers, training rooms, a physicians exam room and media room 
  • Rebuilt Tom Mickle Press Box with facilities for working press, food service areas and boxes for TV, radio and coaches
  • Flexibility for expansion in the south end zone

Florida Citrus Sports does not own or operate the Orlando Citrus Bowl Stadium. The facility is owned by the City of Orlando and operated by Orlando Venues.

Visit OrlandoCitrusBowl.com for the official stadium site.