The Detroit Lions moved to Ford Field from Pontiac, MI, in 2002. Boasting over 65,000 seats, the stadium was built as a sports entertainment complex that also includes Comerica Park, home of the Detroit Tigers.
Put on your blue and catch all the excitement at Ford Field, one of the best stadiums to watch a football game. This domed stadium features a fixed roof that is supported by two massive concrete columns. The dome is a permanent structure supported by steel and designed to weather the cold winters. The Field Turf stadium field sits approximately 45 feet below street level. Adorned with glass throughout the stadium, there is a six story glass atrium from which fans can see downtown Detroit.
The South wall of the stadium incorporates the former Hudson Warehouse, circa 1920. Lions' fans can rally and enjoy the games on the gridiron in this domed stadium. Seating at Ford Field includes over 7,000 club wide padded seats, 140 luxury suites, a club lounge, banquet rooms, conference and convention areas. With plans to host over 100 events each year, fans can enjoy other sporting events, concerts, trades shows and conventions.
There is also a training and practice facility that provides a full-size indoor field and two-and-one-half fields located outside. In addition, there is a weight and training room, a massive locker room, a hydrotherapy room, a spacious equipment room, a cafeteria, meeting rooms for each position, a player lounge, a 103-person auditorium for full team meetings and large press conferences, a studio, a library and archive room, a media room and offices for all personnel. This affords the players all the luxuries needed in one spot.
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