Michigan Stadium

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  • Address: 1201 S. Main St. Ann Arbor, MI 48104-3722, 48104, United States
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  • Phone: +1-7347645616
  • Time Required: 03:30 Hrs
  • Tags: Stadium, Family And Kids, Sports And Recreation, Stadiums And Arenas, Social, Entertainment, Music And Show Venues

Nicknamed as “The Big House”, the Michigan Stadium is a prized possession of the University of Michigan. The stadium was founded in the 1920’s by Fielding Yost. Although built on a smaller space, Yost felt the need to have a lager space with the growingfan base. The new site of the stadium was built on the site of an underground spring which during construction, turned into a quicksand. Even today, the stadiumground has a buried crane under its field! To add to the incident, the water table was high,causing morethan half of the stadium structure to be below the ground level!

Soon the structure was strengthened with reinforcements of steel and the stadium opened as one of the biggest university owned stadiums in the country. After a number of additions to its beginning estimation of 72,000 seats, the place can currently seat more than 107,601 people and has a strong fan following for the “Wolverines”. Over the course of the time, the place has hosted NFL, Soccer games including the 2014 Real Madrid VS Manchester United and theVarsity Women’s Lacrosse team among other top league football matches.

Highlights of the placeinclude the design and state-of-the-art additions that improve the experience including a FiedlTurf which isan artificial surface that offers real grass-like playingcharacteristics. The dynamic energy of the place feeds of the fact that this is by far one of the most immersive stadiums in the region. If you make prior appointments, you can take a guided tour of the stadium to complete the visit.

Michigan Stadium Travel Tips

  • The stadium is not open to the general public for exercising and visiting. However guided tours are available by appointment.

Entrance Ticket Details For Michigan Stadium

  • Ticket prices vary. For ticket prices of upcoming matches/ events and guided tours, call up the place.

Michigan Stadium Hours

  • For timings of upcoming matches/ events and timings of guided tours (usuallyarranged on weekdays), call up the place.

How to Reach Michigan Stadium

  • By Bus: Michigan Stadium
  • By Taxi
  • By Walking

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  • Michigan Stadium Address: 1201 S. Main St. Ann Arbor, MI 48104-3722, 48104, United States
  • Michigan Stadium Contact Number: +1-7347645616
  • Time required to visit Michigan Stadium: 03:30 Hrs
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Michigan Stadium Reviews & Ratings

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  • My first time getting to go to the game and wow I'm sure not gonna forget this day! The best tome ever! Good food! Great game! Michigan won! We got to go on the field and hold the banner flag for the players and then after that we had great seats for the game. I felt truly blessed to be there.

  • Greatest venue ever for college football!! Go Blue!! We have been to many games. Seating in the bowl itself is preferred over the boxes. No alcohol allowed, so tailgate prior to the game. Food is very good. Staff throughout the stadium is very friendly & helpful.

  • This place is amazing! The atmosphere of Michigan football is outstanding, everything is run well, and is very neat! Food there (I believe) is well priced, there’s no liquor, and all you see is blue and yellow! I believe that Michigan has done an amazing job with the stadium. Go Blue!

  • Hail to the victor! Great stadium! Not a bad seat in the (BIG) house! Open stadium so check the weather and dress accordingly. So much fun! Can't wait until next time!

  • My all time favorite venue for college football. I think I've been to 100 games starting around 1980. The thing you need to know is that the largest and fastest moving restrooms are on the ground level at north and south ends of the stadium. It may mean a little more walking but you will save time spent standing in lines on the upper level concourse fivefold.

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