Notre Dame Stadium is an outdoor football stadium in Notre Dame, Indiana, the home field of the University of Notre Dame Fighting Irish.
Notre Dame Stadium.
|Notre Dame Stadium Location on the Notre Dame campus|
|Address||2010 Moose Krause Circle|
|Location||Notre Dame, Indiana United States|
- 1 Where is the Notre Dame football stadium located?
- 2 When did Notre Dame expand their stadium?
- 3 Where does the University of Wisconsin play football?
- 4 What is the stadium at Notre Dame called?
- 5 How Catholic is Notre Dame?
- 6 What is the oldest college football stadium in America?
- 7 Where is Wisconsin Badgers located?
- 8 Has Wisconsin ever won a football national championship?
Where is the Notre Dame football stadium located?
The Notre Dame Fighting Irish football team is the intercollegiate football team representing the University of Notre Dame in South Bend, Indiana. The team is coached by Brian Kelly and plays its home games at the campus’s Notre Dame Stadium, which has a capacity of 77,622.
When did Notre Dame expand their stadium?
The 1996 season was the final one played with the customary 59,075 fans at Notre Dame Stadium. A $50-million expansion adding over 21,000 seats was completed before the 1997 kickoff, bringing capacity to its present-day 80,795.
Where does the University of Wisconsin play football?
The Wisconsin Badgers football team plays its home games at Camp Randall Stadium. Built in 1917, Camp Randall is the fourth-oldest college football stadium in the country and has a capacity of 80,321. The student section at Camp Randall is considered by many to be one of the best in all of college football.
What is the stadium at Notre Dame called?
University of Notre Dame admissions is most selective with an acceptance rate of 19% and an early acceptance rate of 24.2%. Half the applicants admitted to University of Notre Dame have an SAT score between 1400 and 1550 or an ACT score of 32 and 35.
How Catholic is Notre Dame?
At Notre Dame, it can feel like an obligation. The University reports that 80 percent of the current student population is Catholic.
What is the oldest college football stadium in America?
1. Franklin Field: University of Pennsylvania. At 117 years old, Franklin Field could be considered the most historic college sports venue on age alone. The stadium opened in 1895, and is the NCAA’s oldest stadium still in use for football games.
Where is Wisconsin Badgers located?
Camp Randall is a historic U.S. Army site in Madison, Wisconsin, named after Wisconsin governor Alexander Randall, who served from 1858 to 1861. It was a training facility of the Union army during the Civil War, where more than 70,000 recruits were trained.
Has Wisconsin ever won a football national championship?
National championships Wisconsin has one national championship from an NCAA-designated major selector for the 1942 season. The school claims this championship.