Stadium Key Facts

Below are some key facts about the stadium:

  • Improved sightlines and seating that is closer to the field of play to enhance the spectator experience
  • Artificial playing surface for improved athlete experience
  • Field size to accommodate all sports
  • State-of-the-art scoreboard
  • Bowl seating design with 8,500 seats pending fundraising for future facility enhancements
  • New washrooms
  • Multiple food/merchandise locations
  • Larger, fully accessible press box to meet current needs
  • Improved stadium and area lighting
  • Accessible
  • More convenient gate location
  • Dedicated gate access (players, media, VIPs, etc.)
  • Enhancements to surrounding pathways
  • Integrated seating at various price levels
  • Increased parking with paved main lot
  • Gathering spaces within the stadium with sightlines to the field
  • Donor recognition area
  • Infrastructure/site servicing to appropriately deal with power demands and water management
  • Operating services (i.e. scoreboard controls, water, power, data) at field level to allow for a range of activities.

4 thoughts on “Stadium Key Facts

  1. Terry FitzPatrick

    The Gameday Program for August 30, 2015 indicated that the Richardson web site would have information about putting a deposit down for 2016 tickets. I could not locate this. I am a present season ticket holder.
    Thank you.

    1. wallk Post author


      Thanks for your question, and apologies for the delayed response – we were experiencing technical difficulties with the website. Information regarding 2016 tickets can be found at

  2. Bruce Alexander

    Am I correct in assuming that the design will still permit the alumni march around the field at homecoming?

    1. wallk Post author

      Hi Bruce,

      Thanks for your question. Athletics and Recreation is currently working with the Office of Advancement to discuss the potential logistics of the Homecoming parade in the revitalized stadium, as well as other ways of honouring our alumni on Homecoming weekend.


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