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Routes Running Nearby to Bryant Denny Stadium

  • The I-20 runs east-west a little over two miles to the south of Bryant Denny Stadium, directly through Tuscaloosa, AL.

Weather at Bryant Denny Stadium

The weather near Bryant Denny Stadium can vary somewhat extensively throughout the American football season. Summer temperatures reach highs of nearly 97°F, with an average of 91°F and high percentages of humidity.

During the winter months, Bryant Denny Stadium is subject to daily highs in the high 50s°F and low 60s°F with occasional rain.

Where is Bryant Denny Stadium Located?

Bryant Denny Stadium is located at 920 Paul W Bryant Dr, 35041 Tuscaloosa, Alabama, and has a GPS coordinates of 33.207746, -87.550469, where it is home to the University of Alabama football team.

The stadium is located in the center of Tuscaloosa, and as such, is near several points of interest.

It is right in front of the Walk of Champions, and is close to various bustling avenues such as Wade Walle Ave. Additionally, Bryant Denny Stadium is close to its associated school, the University of Alabama, in addition to its various fraternities who make their headquarters near the stadium.

Which Teams Play at Bryant Denny Stadium?

The stadium serves as the official headquarters for the Alabama Crimson Tide, a team that has called the stadium home since its original inception.

NCAA and and Southeastern Conference university football games are played in this stadium.

The Crimson Tide has been able to win 18 titles, with a good portion of these championships being won on home turf at Bryant Denny Stadium.

Bryant Denny Stadium Capacity

Bryant Denny Stadium is the fifth largest stadium in the United States and the eighth largest in the world. Its total capacity is 101,821 people. The stadium has become nationally renown for its commitment to consistent renovation and as-needed expansion.

2009 saw one of the stadium’s most significant expansions that brought its maximum capacity to its impressive 101,821 seats. As such, it should come as no surprise the University of Alabama has eventual plans to expand maximum capacity to 105,000.

Bryant Denny Stadium Infrastructure

While Bryant Denny Stadium does not have a retractable roof, it is, however, known for the beauty of its natural grass playing surface. Athletes often prefer high-quality, natural fields over artificial alternatives.

After its original opening in 1929, the Bryant Denny stadium reopened in 1975, boasting a series of improvements that marked a significant expansion in its capacity as well improvements to its turf.

Today, the stadium has multiple viewing options for spectators, including seats, boxes, and stands - including the largest and most popular, “South Stand”. South Stand is renown because it is the largest fan area for Crimson Tide spectators.

How Do I Get to Bryant Denny Stadium?

Getting to Bryant Denny Stadium is relatively straightforward, as the field is central to Tuscaloosa, and as such, many transportation hubs.

For example, bus lines 280 and 31 are very close to the stadium and usually don't take too long to transport passengers to and from games. Depending on your starting point, one can expect to reach Bryant Denny Stadium in between 70 and 93 minutes.

The History of Bryant Denny Stadium

While Bryant Denny Stadium has undergone plenty of changes over the years, it has always remained a pinnacle of American university stadiums. Its founding dates back to 1929, and it has had its current name since 1975.

It is known not only for its size, but also for the enduring success of its flagship team, Alabama Crimson Tide. Needless to say, Crimson Tide fans are used to Alabama winning in Bryant Denny Stadium.

Its two major remodels took place in 1975 and then 2009. The first completely changed the face of the team and stadium, and the second expanded it’s capacity to one of the largest in the world.

Where Can I Stay Near Bryant Denny Stadium?

While Tuscaloosa offers plenty of viable lodging options, the Capstone Hotel and the Embassy Suites by Hilton are central to both downtown Tuscaloosa and Bryant Denny Stadium.

Each offer great hospitality and easy access to Crimson Tide games.

Where Can I Eat Near Bryant Denny Stadium?

Not unlike the many lodging options, there are numerous dining options near the stadium as well. Among these the recommended are the excellent bar and grills, Rama Jama's and Buffalo Phil's.

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