Clemson University's Memorial Stadium is referred to as "Death Valley" due to the stadium's huge rise above the field and the stadium's location next to a hill on one end. Death Valley is widely known due to its ability to hold huge crowds of over 80,000 fans and is one of the loudest stadiums in America. The sound of screaming, cannons booming, and the "Tiger Rag" fight song played only adds to Clemson Tigers football player enthusiasm as they sprint down the field and into Memorial Stadium.
Memorial Stadium was opened in 1942 at a cost of $125,000. Over the years, the stadium has grown upward and outward. Projects took place in every decade since the 1950s and the most recent phase of construction is slated to end in 2009. After this latest project is completed, Memorial Stadium will have luxury box and club seating, new locker rooms, a football office and team meeting rooms.
Memorial Stadium is fittingly located on Clemson University's campus on Champion Avenue. Memorial Stadium was home to the Carolina Panthers for their inaugural season in 1995. Today, it is solely the home of the Clemson Tigers football team...and seats go quickly. Memorial Stadium ranked in the U.S. top 20 for average attendance over 22 consecutive seasons.
Nothing can compare to the sound and sight of 80,000 Clemson Tigers fans in bright orange jerseys. Carve out time to see a home Clemson Tigers football game yourself. Memorial Stadium tickets are available today. Purchase Memorial Stadium Tickets safely and securely online with absolutely no hidden fees. Memorial Stadium tickets go quickly so purchase yours today!
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