Sports Authority Field At Mile High
- Address: 1701 Bryant St, Denver, CO 80204, United States, 80204
- Phone: +1-7202583000
- Fax: +1-7202583050
- Ticket Price: 20 USD
- Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
- Tags: Stadium, Family And Kids, Sports And Recreation, Stadiums And Arenas
This stadium is also named Mile High, and is the home stadium to Denver's National Football League. It has a seating capacity for over 75000 during matches, and about 50000 for concerts. The highlights of the stadium are:
- The many traditions, such as booing fans who didn't show up, chanting 'Incomplete' when the opposing team misses a pass, and creating a 'Mile High Thunder' by stamping feet on the two upper decks.
- Rock bands Eagles and U2 have performed here.
- Barack Obama accepted his Democratic Party nomination for presidency at this stadium.
- The Colorado Sports Hall of Fame Museum is here at Gate #1.
- The Pass Through the Land public art space representing the lands of Colorado chime at with the wind. Good place to people watch.
- Equipment Field: Larger than life sculptures of game equipment.
- Pigskin Variations: Three sandstone and bronze sculptures.
- The Broncos: Five rock bronco sculptures frozen in their gallop to the stadium.
While the best way to experience the stadium is on game day, guided tours are available too, and will take you through the Museum, Executive Suites, Visiting Team Locker Room, Keg Room, Thunder's Stall and other exclusive areas. Also, visit the popular attractions in the city by following Denver itinerary 5 days.
- Lots of parking available, on site and off site.
- Purchase game tickets well in advance. Tickets are almost always sold out.
- Handicap parking may change from match to match.
- There is highly detailed transport information on the stadium website for those looking to attend the games.
- There is an extensive list of dos and don'ts on the stadium website.
- Group tours must be booked 2 weeks in advance.
- All tour timings are subjected to change. Hence, check the official website before planning your visit.
Extensive game ticketing information can be found on the stadium website.
- Seniors (65 +): $15
- Military: $15
- Children 6-12: $15
- Children 5 and under: Free, accompanied by adults.
- Groups of 25+: $10
- Tour tickets can be purchased at Colorado Sports Hall of Fame Museum located at Gate #1.
Game day times for parking, gates and box office are updated on the stadium website.
- September - May: (Thursday - Saturday) 10am - 2pm, once every hour.
- July - August: (Monday - Saturday) 10am - 2pm, once every hour.
- Tours last one hour.
Gates open 2 hours before game time.
- By Buses 10, 30, 31 stop Colfax / Federal.
- By Buses 20, 31 stop Federal Blvd & W 17th Ave.
- Light Rail C, E, W stop Sports Authority Field at Mile High.
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55.71% of people who visit Denver include Sports Authority Field At Mile High in their plan
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56.54% of people start their Sports Authority Field At Mile High visit around 08 AM - 09 AM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Sports Authority Field At Mile High
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Great Stadium. Decent brats. Need to expand the beer selection. Saw Monday Night football game here in early Oct. Broncos should have and could have beat the Chiefs if QB had lobbed easy pass to wide open receiver at goal line. ☹ But it was a great game. We were way up in a 500 section but view was good
Beautiful stadium. The game was awesome. The crowd can be ruthless so careful if you bring children. Great amenities, clean, overall it's a great spot for events. Definitely can't wait to go back.
Great open air stadium atmosphere. Sunsets are pretty great to watch from here. Be sure to bring a blanket for cool evenings. Excellent pedestrian/fan circulation corridors that don't feel too cramped. Reasonable selection of vendors of typical sporting events (e.g., beer and mixed drinks, sodas/pop, hot dogs/sausages, nachos, pretzels, etc.), but little in the way of sweet treat selection.
Great place to visit! BEST PHILLY CHEESE STEAK (Section 129/130)! They are AMAZING! There were only a few unruly Broncos fans! Other than that, the staff were kind and courteous.
This was an awesome tour! A great organization with a lot of rich history! Beautiful stadium, pretty classy, and fun behind the scenes stories. It definitely isn’t as fancy as other, newer stadiums, like the AT&T stadium in Dallas, but it’s still pretty nice. The Broncos seem to be more logical or conservative with how they spent money on the behind the scenes areas.