Autzen StadiumOregon Ducks
Autzen Stadium is home to the University of Oregon's Ducks who compete in the Pac-12 Conference. Stadium seating capacity is 54,000, although attendance is routinely announced at more than 59,000. The stadium is named in honor of Portland lumberman, sportsman and philanthropist Thomas J. Autzen. It is located on a 90-acre site adjacent to the north bank area of Eugene's Alton Baker Park. The site is north of the Willamette River and is approximately one-quarter mile north of the main campus, easily accessible by a scenic footbridge.
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The stadium opened in 1967 with construction costs of $2.5 million. The playing surface was Initially a natural grass field, but soon went to an artificial turf. Currently, the stadium uses FieldTurf. The stadium underwent renovations in 2002 which included additional seats and luxury seating. In 2008, the stadium added an HD Scoreboard that allowed for video replay. Unlike a typical football stadium, Autzen was built facing east-west but in a way that prevents the sun from interfering during football season.
- Throughout the Stadium on the Main Concourse
Adjacent - Reserved/Donors to the Duck Athletic Fund
East side of the Stadium at Entr - ADA
- Nitro Circus Event Date Time: 05/07/2016 TBA
- UC Davis Aggies at Oregon Ducks Event Date Time: 09/03/2016 TBA
- Virginia Cavaliers at Oregon Ducks Event Date Time: 09/10/2016 TBA
- Colorado Buffaloes at Oregon Ducks Event Date Time: 09/24/2016 TBA
- Washington Huskies at Oregon Ducks Event Date Time: 10/08/2016 TBA
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- South Concourse
- East and West ends of the Main Concourse
- Throughout the Stadium
- Ducks' Streak Snapped at Cal
- Softball Opens 2016 Season Friday in Tempe
- Horton to lead Team USA
- Ducks Split During Key Weekend
- Season Preview: Outfield
- Top Rim of the Stadium and other outdoor areas
- Permitted. Must remain closed on the seating and aisle areas.
- Permitted. Must be an empty plastic beverage container.