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Sun Devil Stadium is uniquely located in a natural saddle between two buttes on the north side of the Arizona State University campus. Completed in 1958 with seating capacity of 42,000, a south end zone

Sun Devil Stadium with all expansions, 1992

Sun Devil Stadium with all expansions
Photographer: Mark Evans
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building for locker rooms was attached in 1968. 7,800 seats were added the following year and the new scoreboard was built in 1973. The loge and upper deck were added during the Phase II expansion, which increased seating capacity by 18,500. In 1990, additional seating brought total capacity to 70,021 and included a new press box and suites. Remodeling for the Super Bowl brought seating capacity to 73,500 and included upgrades to the stadium sound system and field lighting. Architect: Edward L. Varney

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