BRYANT-DENNY STADIUM EXPERIENCE:
Location: Tuscaloosa, Alabama
Address: 100 Bryant Dr Tuscaloosa, AL 35487
Year Opened: 1929
Former Name: Denny Stadium
Parking: Parking is available onsight.
Occupants: Alabama Crimson Tide football
Bryant-Denny Stadium is an outdoor football stadium on the campus of the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. The stadium is home to the Alabama Crimson Tide football team. The stadium is named in part for former University of Alabama president George Hutchenson Denny, and for legendary Alabama football coach Paul “Bear” Bryant. Visitors to Bryant-Denny Stadium will be most impressed by its size and symmetry, as well as the rich traditions that go along with a Crimson Tide football game.
Bryant-Denny Stadium was originally opened in 1929 with a capacity of only 12,000. It has seen multiple expansions to bring it to its current size. The stadium has been a great home field for the Crimson Tide. The team has won an incredible 82% of its game at Bryant-Denny, some of those games being the most memorable in Alabama history.
With a seating capacity of more than 92,000 since the North end zone expansion of 2006, Bryan-Denny Stadium is the 7th largest on campus stadium in America. A game at the stadium is a unique experience because of Alabama’s rich football heritage. A walk past Bear Bryant’s statue, along the Walk of Champions, and into Bryant-Denny Stadium is an experience no college football fan should miss. Buy Bryant-Denny Stadium tickets and never miss an experience at Bryant-Denny Stadium!