Sports Authority Field (Formerly Invesco Field) at Mile High is located in Denver, Colorado. This stadium hosts the Denver Broncos and Denver Outlaws. Featuring 80,000-plus seats, it is time for you and your family to go to Sports Authority Field to watch all of the action, up close and in person. Make your purchase today for tickets to all of the great events that take place in Sports Authority Field!
On September 10, 2001, Invesco Field at Mile High hosted its first regular season game, in which the Denver Broncos defeated the New York Giants 31-20. Sports Authority Field at Mile High is also used for concerts and other events. The first event held at the new stadium was a concert by the Eagles.
Located along I-35 close to Colfax Avenue and 17th Avenue exits, Sports Authority Field is in the Sun Valley area of Denver. There is a light rail station that made specifically for the field.
Barack Obama accepted his parties nomination to run for the President of the United States here, on August 28, 2008. Approximately 84,000 people attended Obama's speech, exceeding the normal capacity of the stadium due to the placement of audience on the field.
The main three-tier grandstand is in the shape of a horseshoe. The lower grandstand encompasses the entire field. Above the seats in the south end zone is the main video scoreboard. There are white and orange seats that mimic the Broncos team logo in the upper deck above the end zone on the north side of the field.
When you visit Sports Authority Field, arrive early and give yourself time to visit the Sports Legends Mall Legacy Walk, which hosts pre-game activities, the Colorado Sports Hall of Fame and the Broncos team store.
Football at its best is awaiting you at the Sports Authority Field. What are you waiting for? Take the entire family to watch and cheer on your team. Buy your tickets today for all events at Sports Authority Field at Mile High!