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  • The I-10 runs east-west just north of Tiger Stadium, before splitting into I-12.

Weather at Tiger Stadium

Tiger Stadium has one of the hottest climates of any college football stadium.

The annual average in his field is 79°F, with the players having to endure little breeze in conjunction with the characteristic humidity of the state of Louisiana.

Rarely does the temperature drop below 59°F, but when it does, the cool temps don’t last beyond a few months. The summers are relentlessly hot and temperatures can rise to 90°F+ in the blink of an eye.

Where is Tiger Stadium Located?

Tiger Stadium can be found in the city of Baton Rouge, and is one of the most popular American football fields in the entire state of Louisiana. It is, in fact, the largest in the state.

Tiger Stadium is located at address 70803, West Stadium Road, Baton Rouge and its GPS coordinates are 30.412222, -91.183889. Tiger Stadium is considered a space with access to different spaces for sport and leisure.

It is near the famous Manship School of Mass Communication - a school dedicated to (among other professions) journalism.

Additionally, it is very close to S Stadium Dr and Cross Street for NOAA NMFS Br.

Which Teams Play at Tiger Stadium?

Tiger Stadium, in the city of Baton Rouge, is widely known as one of the fields where both NCAA and NFL teams hold practices.

It is the home of the NCAA LSU Tigers from 1924 to the present date, but the Tigers aren’t the only sports entity that’s called Tiger Stadium “home”. During the infrastructure emergency caused by Hurricane Katrina, the New Orleans Saints played the 2005 NFL season there, being the only opportunity in which official games of this league were played behind its doors.

There have been plenty of important finals played in this stadium.

Tiger Stadium Capacity

Being another of the oldest American football stadiums in the United States, Tiger Stadium is also the sixth largest in the entire country, and has a capacity for 102,321 people. Tiger Stadium offers both boxes and traditional stadium seats.

It may sound surprising, but the stadium has undergone major changes in its capacity since in 1924. When it was founded, it had barely a 12,000 total capacity, however as more spectators flocked to the seats, the stadium was expanded.

By the year 1931, along with the arrival of university football, the stadium was expanded to 31,000 spectators. Then in 1946, it was expanded again to 46,000 seats.

By 1978, the stadium already had 78,000 people who entered seats, and in the 80's one of its biggest renovations was carried out. It was expanded to accommodate more than 80,000 people at its maximum capacity. Finally, the stadium reached its current capacity of over 100K in the 2000s.

Tiger Stadium Infrastructure

Tiger Stadium has consistently been home to some extremely impressive improvements in its infrastructure over the years. While this field does not have a retractable roof, it has a grass surface quite well adapted to all the needs of play and competition.

When the stadium opened around 1924, it only had stands on two sides of the pitch with a small capacity of just 12,000 people. Later, the seats were expanded, but the stadium already began to change its shape in terms of stands.

Throughout the 1980s and 1990s, Tiger Stadium began to undergo constant changes and improvements that helped it achieve a better appeal and hold more people by removing certain rows from its field and adding others in strategic places.

How Do I Get to Tiger Stadium?

To get to Tiger Stadium in the city of Baton Rouge in Louisiana, it is first necessary that we consider some general transport advice for this city. There are only two lines that go to the field, and both are buses.

These lines are 18 and 47, and they travel in the same direction. It typically does not take more than 40-60 minutes to get to Tiger Stadium (depending on your departure point) with an average time-to-stadium of approximately 54 minutes.

The History of Tiger Stadium

With a rich history, Tiger Stadium opened its doors November 25, 1924. It is known as “Deaf Valley” since fans “deafen” the rivals and the media in attendance during each game. It is often referred to as the stadium with the highest decibels per game and holds the record of 119 decibels for a game in 2003.

Additionally, the stadium served as an alternative stadium during Hurricane Katrina in the games of the New Orleans Saints in 2005.

Where Can I Stay Near Tiger Stadium?

Among the nearby and most popular hotels that are located around Tiger Stadium are The Cook Hotel and Conference Center at LSU and the Sonesta ES Suites Baton Rouge University at Southgate.

Where Can I Eat Near Tiger Stadium Torchy's Tacos and City Pork LSU are the two closest and most-important restaurants that are just blocks from Tiger Stadium.

While the first specializes in Mexican food, the second has the grill as its main attraction for its diners on their visits.

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