The Tennessee Titans play in one of the NFL’s most beautiful stadiums – Nissan Stadium (formerly LP Field). After 30 years of playing in Houston at the Astrodome, the team, then known as the Houston Oilers, began wanting a new football-only stadium in the mid 1990’s. After numerous attempts failed to get a stadium in Houston, the team decided to move to Nashville. There was one problem though, Nashville did not have a stadium ready for the team by the time they relocated in 1996. While a new stadium was being constructed in Nashville, the Titans played at the Liberty Bowl and Vanderbilt Stadium. Finally, on September 12, 1999, the Tennessee Titans moved onto what is now called Nissasn Stadium – Nashville.
Nissan Stadium – Nashville consists of three levels of 67,000 blue and red seats. The lower grandstand circles the entire gridiron. Two other decks of seating are located on both sides of the field. Two scoreboard/video-boards are located behind the seating area past the endzones. Nissan Stadium – Nashville has 175 corporate suites and 12,000 club seats with access to two 25,000-square foot club lounges featuring high-quality food and beverage services, sit-down eating areas, closed circuit TV’s and sound systems.
The Tennessee Titan uniform colors are Navy blue and Columbia blue with white, red, and silver. The Tennessee Titans helmet logo features a circle with three stars, similar to that found on the flag of Tennessee, a large “T” and blue and red flames.
Nissan Stadium – Nashville is also the home of the Tennessee State Tigers and hosts Nashville’s Music City Bowl. Fans attending games at Nissan Stadium – Nashville enjoy excellent views of the nearby Nashville skyline and the Cumberland River.
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