In 1995, the field was named Rich Brooks field, after the team’s coach who led the team from 1977 to 1994. Brooks led Oregon to its first Pac-10 Championship and also to its first Rose Bowl appearance in 1994.
The stadium is also known for its crowd noise records. On October 27, 2007, during a victory against the USC Trojans, the crowd made a record sound of 127.2 dB.
Autzen Stadium is a well-known American football stadium, located just to the north of the University of Oregon campus. It serves as the home ground for the Oregon Ducks of the Pac-12 Conference. The stasium was opened on September 23, 1967. It was built on an artificial landfill. Before 1967, Oregon Duck’s stadium was Hayward Field which they had to share with other teams. It was then that Oregon's athletic director Leo Harris thought of building the stadium. The current capacity of the stadium is 54,000 which can extranded to 60,000.
Oregon had their first victory in their new stadium on 21st October, 1967 against Idaho. They won 31-6.
The Ducks achieved a 23 game home winning streak at the Autzen Stadium which started in 1997 and ended up 2001, losing to Stanford Cardinal football team.
The highest attendance of 60,055 was recorded on October 15, 2011, when the Ducks defeated Arizona State by 41-27.
The 2016 International Champions Cup was conducted at this stadium. Paris-Saint German won the match against Inter Milan.
In their first game, Oregon hosted Colorado at Autzen Stadium on September 23, 1967 in which they suffered a loss of 17-13.
The stadium hosted the inaugural match of the Pac-12 Conference Championship. In that game, the Pac-12 North champion Ducks defeated UCLA Bruins.