The Rose Bowl Stadium
A National Historic Landmark built in 1922, the Rose Bowl Stadium has earned its world-class reputation by hosting the Rose Bowl Game each year in addition to Super Bowl games, Olympic soccer matches, World Cups, BCS National Championship games and numerous other top entertainment events.
The Rose Bowl Game is the oldest bowl game in the country as well as a member of the College Football Playoff (CFP) and the annual host of the Big Ten and Pac-12 Conference champions, giving it an unparalleled role in postseason college football.
ROSE BOWL STADIUM RENOVATION PROJECT
In order to maintain the iconic status of Rose Bowl Stadium and enhance the overall experience for fans, the stadium is undergoing a renovation. This project will extend the long-term viability of the Rose Bowl Stadium to help continue its rich traditions.
The renovation is the largest investment in the 90-year-old structure’s history. The project will provide:
- Improved fan experience with enhancements to tunnels, concessions, concourse and restrooms.
- Better public safety.
- A tribute to the history of the national historic landmark status of the stadium through the incorporation of elements original to the stadium when built in 1922, such as a historic scoreboard and field hedges.
- Upgraded stadium facilities which include the addition of new premium seating.
New premium seating is housed in the state-of-the-art pavilion with three levels of seating – suites, loge boxes and club seats. Included in these new levels are seats with increased legroom and drink holders, VIP parking, VIP entrance, elevators, and upscale dining for loge boxes and club seats with the option to purchase alcoholic beverages. For more information on premium seating, call (626) 585-6800 or visit rosebowlpremiumseating.com.
For more information about the Rose Bowl Stadium renovation, please visit: www.rosebowl-renovation.com.