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Buffalo Bills’ New Era Field will now be called ‘Bills Stadium’

The Bills announced today that the team’s stadium will be named Bills Stadium. The team issued the following statement on the topic:

“As we continue the transition process from New Era Field to a new naming rights partner, we will officially use the name Bills Stadium for our home in Orchard Park.”

Bills Stadium has been the home of the Buffalo Bills since 1973.

STADIUM FACTS AND FIGURES

Capacity: 71,621

Luxury Boxes: 121 Suites, 8,262 Club Seats

Construction started April 4, 1972.

Officially opened August 17, 1973.

First regular season game was September 30, 1973 – Bills 9 Jets 7.

Playing field is 50 feet below ground level – 37,000 feet of shale was removed to form the lower level.

Upper deck is 60 feet above the ground level.

Field covers, 86,000 square feet.

Largest crowd was October 4, 1992 vs Miami 80,368.

In 2013 a $130 million construction project was unveiled. This included:

  • 3 new scoreboards
  • New technology implementation including WiFi
  • New West end plaza
  • New Bills Store
  • Miller Lite Brew Pub
  • 50 yard line staircases
  • Renovated and expanded concessions and restrooms and enhanced gate entry

Field surface is made of “A-Turf Titan 50” – a synthetic turf, installed by A-Turf of Cheektowaga, NY.

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