Hard Rock Stadium - Miami, Florida
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|Event||Date & Time||Venue||Availability|
|Miami Dolphins Season Tickets||September 6, 2017 - 12:00 PM||Hard Rock Stadium|
|NFL International Series - New Orleans Saints vs Miami Dolphins||October 1, 2017 - Time TBA||Wembley Stadium|
Hard Rock Stadium – Miami Gardens, Florida
Hard Rock Stadium (formerly Sun Life Stadium) is one of the most prestigious venues in all of sports. The stadium was built in 1987, and was originally called Joe Robbie Stadium, after the primary private sponsor for the stadium. It was designed with the hopes to be used as a baseball stadium as well, for a possible expansion franchise to the Miami area. These hopes were realized in 1991 when Florida was awarded the expansion Marlins, who began play in 1993.
In 2015 Hard Rock Stadium begun renovations to help add additional features and a large canopy to the roof of the stadium. By the end of 2015 every seat in the stadium had been replaced and multiple new seating options were added to both the 100/300 levels. New sections include amenities such as personal replay systems at your seat and climate controlled lounges.
By the 2016 season "New" Hard Rock Stadium will have a fully constructed canopy and 4 brand new HD video boards. These new features will allow fans the ability to avoid the hot Florida sun from almost any seat, and give you the ability to view the video boards from every corner of the stadium.
The maximum seating capacity of Hard Rock Stadium is just over 65,000 for football, as a large number of seats were removed from the upper deck during Hard Rock Stadium's renovation Since 2012, Hard Rock Stadium has hosted only one professional franchise. The Florida Marlins, now the Miami Marlins, have moved into a brand new ballpark which is aptly named Marlins Ballpark.
In addition to serving as home to the Miami Dolphins, Miami Hurricanes and the Florida Marlins, Hard Rock Stadium has been the host of various Super Bowls and World Series. Both the 1997 and 2003 World Series, along with four Super Bowls took place at Hard Rock Stadium. The stadium hosted the 2010 Super Bowl XLIV and 2010 Pro Bowl. Additionally, it is the current location for the Orange Bowl of the Bowl Championship Series. Hard Rock Stadium will also host Super Bowl LIV in 2020.