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UT’s Neyland Stadium getting upgrades

The University of Tenessee’s (UT) Neyland Stadium is set to undergo a series of renovations.

The first two projects, which will add premium seating, lounge areas and party decks to the West and North sides of the stadium are set to be completed before the start of the 2022 season.

A second video board will also be added behind the North End Zone.

Announcing its “My All” Campaign on Wednesday, UT said that $200 million of the $500 million fundraising goal for the campaign has already been committed with roughly $70 million earmarked for enhancements to Neyland Stadium and the Anderson Training Center, UT’s football complex.

According to Tennessee’s “My All” Campaign website, the Lower West Side changes will address the area right behind Tennessee’s bench. It will include chair-back seating and field-level club accessible to those with tickets in those sections. The field-level lounge will feature restrooms, a bar area and “food action stations.”

Image courtesy of UT