Interesting Facts about Cleveland Browns Stadium History and Stadium Naming
The Cleveland Browns stadium was opened in the year 1999. The stadium is located in Cleveland, Ohio and is home to the Cleveland Browns team of the National Football League. The stadium is located in a 31 acre landscape and the capacity of the Cleveland Stadium is around 73,200.
General information about the Cleveland Browns Stadium
History of the Cleveland Browns Stadium
Naming of the Cleveland Browns Stadium
The Cleveland Stadium is located in the Cleveland Municipal Stadium. The Cleveland Municipal Stadium is home for the Cleveland Brown's team for 49 years. The Browns Owner shifted the franchise to Baltimore as the city would not renovate the municipal stadium.
The deal was made with National Football League to reactivate the Browns. The city tore down the Municipal Stadium after the 1996 NFL Season. The Browns Stadium was opened in the year 1999.
The city decided not to sell the naming rights even to the stadium itself. But it sold the naming rights to facility's Entrance gates of the Stadium. Formally the gates are named as National City bank, steris Corp, CoreComm Inc, and the Cleveland Clinic Sports health. But now the stadium don't have naming rights on the four gates. Now the names of the gates are the intermediate direction in which each stadium gate is located.
The seating facility of the stadium is of three types 8754 club seats, 10,644 bleacher seats, and 1400 wheel chair accessible seats. Purse, bags, coolers, bottle beverages, and strollers are strictly prohibited inside the stadium.
Location and other information of Cleveland Browns Stadium
Guide to Cleveland Browns Stadium