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State Farm Stadium: The Ultimate Venue for Sports and Entertainment in Arizona

State Farm Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in Glendale, Arizona, west of Phoenix. It is the home of the Arizona Cardinals of the National Football League (NFL) and the annual Fiesta Bowl. It replaced Sun Devil Stadium in Tempe as the home of the Cardinals, adjacent to Desert Diamond Arena, former home of the Arizona Coyotes of the National Hockey League.

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The stadium has been the host of the Fiesta Bowl since 2007. It hosted two BCS National Championship games in 2007 and 2011 respectively. It hosted the College Football Playoff National Championship in 2016, three Super Bowls (2008, 2015, and 2023), as well as the Pro Bowl in 2015. For soccer, it was one of the stadiums for the 2015 CONCACAF Gold Cup also the first semi-final of the 2019 CONCACAF Gold Cup and the Copa América Centenario in 2016. For basketball, it hosted the NCAA Final Four in 2017, which is scheduled to return in 2024.

The stadium opened in 2006 as Cardinals Stadium. Later that year in September, the University of Phoenix acquired naming rights, renaming it University of Phoenix Stadium, in what was initially a 20-year agreement. The current name was announced in September 2018 and comes from insurance company State Farm, which has an 18-year naming rights deal.[11][12]

Since moving to Arizona from St. Louis in 1988, the Cardinals had played at Sun Devil Stadium on the campus of Arizona State University in Tempe. The Cardinals planned to play there for only a few years, until a new stadium could be built in Phoenix. The savings and loan crisis derailed funding for a new stadium during the 1990s. Over time, the Cardinals expressed frustration at being merely tenants in a college football stadium. The lack of having their own stadium denied them additional revenue streams available to other NFL teams. The Cardinals campaigned several times in the years prior to its construction for a new and more modern facility.

The cost of the project was $455 million, which included $395.4 million for the stadium, $41.7 million for site improvements, and $17.8 million for the land. Contributors to the stadium included the Arizona Sports and Tourism Authority ($302.3 million), the Arizona Cardinals ($143.2 million), and the City of Glendale ($9.5 million).

The 25 acres (10 ha) surrounding the stadium is called Sportsman's Park (the team had previously played in a venue of the same name in St. Louis from 1960 to 1965). Included within the Park is an 8-acre (3.2 ha) landscaped tailgating area called the Great Lawn. The approximate elevation at field level is 1,070 feet (330 m) above sea level.

The stadium seating capacity can be expanded by 8,800 for "mega-events" such as college bowls, NFL Super Bowls, the NFC Championship Game, and the Final Four[19] by adding risers and ganged, portable "X-frame" folding seats. The end zone area on the side of the facility where the field tray rolls in and out of the facility can be expanded to accommodate an additional tier of seating which slopes down from the scoreboard level.

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On October 16, 2006, the stadium hosted a notable game between the Cardinals and the undefeated Chicago Bears where the Bears came back from a 20-point deficit to defeat the Cardinals. The Bears would later go on to play in Super Bowl XLI.

On November 19, 2015, the stadium was one of the sites selected for the 2016 Copa América Centenario.[22][23][24] The stadium hosted three matches, including Mexico vs. Uruguay on June 5, and the third-place match (United States vs. Colombia) on June 25.

The stadium hosted the WWE professional wrestling event WrestleMania XXVI which took place on March 28, 2010, with 72,219 fans in attendance.[25] This was the first WrestleMania since WrestleMania XI with a non-title match as a main event, the first WrestleMania to be held in the state of Arizona and the third to be held in an open-air venue,[25][26] after WrestleMania IX and WrestleMania XXIV. The event grossed $5.8 million in ticket sales, making the event the highest grossing and attended entertainment event held at the University of Phoenix Stadium.[27]

On August 1, 2009, the stadium hosted Monster Jam Summer Heat, with Maximum Destruction defeating Captain's Curse in the racing finals and Grave Digger winning the freestyle event.[citation needed]

On January 30, 2016, Monster Jam returned to the stadium for the first time since 2009, with 16 of the best trucks. On February 6, the AMA Supercross Championship raced for the first time, after visiting Chase Field from 1999 to 2015.

On September 26, 2006, the University of Phoenix acquired the naming rights to the stadium totalling $154.5 million over 20 years.[44] On April 11, 2017, the University of Phoenix terminated the naming rights just over halfway into the 20-year deal, citing financial woes. The university kept its name on the stadium until a replacement sponsor was found. On September 4, 2018, State Farm reached a deal securing the rights through 2036. University of Phoenix will remain involved as a sponsor with the team in a reduced capacity as the Cardinals' "official education partner."

The stadium has approximately 14,000 on-site parking spaces (plus 12,000 adjacent spaces),[45] located in numerous lots that surround the stadium's 2,000 disabled parking spaces. The design improvement, featured for example in a Discovery program about this stadium, is zoning. Parking spaces for guests are zoned with preferred leaving directions, to achieve the fastest possible movement of traffic.[46]

For additional questions regarding ADA accommodations at the stadium, please visit -services/, email, or call the Mercedes-Benz Stadium general information line at (470) 341-5000 and choose Option #3 for Guest Service.

Alcoholic beverages may not be brought into the stadium. Any attempt to bring alcohol into the stadium will be considered a violation of the Fan Code of Conduct and may result in the guests being ejected, arrested or tickets being revoked.

Ask Arthur, our virtual concierge, is available within the Atlanta Falcons, Atlanta United and Mercedes-Benz Stadium apps to answer all of your questions about the in-stadium experience, tickets, parking/transportation, food and beverage and more 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Singing, chanting and cheering help to create the best stadium atmosphere in the MLS on Atlanta United matchdays. Click here to learn more about the Supporters chants and traditions to easily participate on matchday!

For quickest entry into the stadium, we strongly recommend that you do not bring a bag on event day. If a bag is necessary, the bag (including all Diaper Bags) must meet the following criteria in order to enter the stadium:

Loose batteries, or batteries not used in a working, permitted device will not be allowed into the stadium. Guests should be prepared to demonstrate the batteries operational use in a permitted device to Security Personnel upon request.Certain electric or battery-operated apparel and signs are permitted for non-Atlanta Falcons and Atlanta United events, unless specifically prohibited by event promoters. Please note, Mercedes-Benz Stadium Security Personnel will review all unique circumstances relating to apparel and signage on a case by case basis and reserves the right to deny access of items based on specific event requirements/requests and overall building policies.

The Box Office is closed on non-event days. To purchase tickets in advance of event day, go to the specific event page on or Purchasing tickets via any other online site could result in delayed entry to Mercedes-Benz Stadium. Ticketmaster fees apply to all tickets purchased for events at the stadium, both purchased in person at the Box Office or online at

The Box office is open on event day for ticket resolution only. Box Office hours will vary by event. Please refer to your events email communications prior to event day for specific details. You may purchase tickets on event day online at For sold out events, safe and secure fan-to-fan resale of tickets is available online at Fraud prevention measures for day of event online ticket purchases may result in delayed delivery to the buyer. Purchasing resale tickets from any other online site could result in delayed entry to the Mercedes-Benz Stadium. The Box Office is located near Gate 1 off Northside Drive. To search for ticket availability for stadium events in advance of event day, please visit or

Please note that while digital cameras and related pictures are welcome and permitted (unless otherwise indicated within the stadium), video cameras and video recording of events in any manner, or through the use of any device, is strictly prohibited.

Mercedes-Benz Stadium accepts card and mobile payment ONLY. All mobile vendors, concession stands, bars, and retail locations require the use of card or mobile payment. The stadium is equipped with several ReadySTATION kiosks to convert cash to a prepaid debit card that can be used anywhere VISA is accepted (inside or outside the stadium).

Club Seat Holders have access to the specific Clubs they are ticketed for only and all other general areas of the stadium. They do not have access to the other stadium Clubs or Suite areas unless they are ticketed for them. For additional information on Club Seating, call (470) 341-4555.

Mercedes-Benz Stadium accepts several forms of mobile and contactless payment, including Apple Pay and Google Pay. Use your preferred method of contactless payment at food and beverage and retail locations throughout the stadium.

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