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View Renderings of Proposed Bronco Stadium Expansion

By: Kathleen Tuck   Published 2:37 pm / August 30, 2010

A proposal unveiled in August 2010 could expand Bronco Stadium from 33,500 seats to 53,000 seats.

The first step in the expansion plan involves finishing the track and high school football facility on the former East Junior High site, thus allowing for removal of the track at Bronco Stadium. Lowering the playing surface will provide 3,300 field-level seats.

Next, a wall of 13,200 seats in the north end zone would replace the current bleachers. A two-story football facility would be located underneath the grandstand.

Finally, completion of the horseshoe in the south end zone would add additional suites on the east side of the stadium.

By building in phases, Boise State could complete each section as funds become available. The most recent Bronco Stadium expansion projects are the Caven-Williams Sports Complex, opened in 2006, and the Stueckle Sky Center, completed in 2008.