It is also referred as "The Bounce House" because the stadium visibly shakes and vibrates when the fans jump together in unison, especially during Zombie Nation's "Kernkraft 400".
In the year 2007, Bright House Networks Stadium was opened on the main campus of the University of Central Florida (UCF). It serves as the home venue for UCF Knights football team as a replacement of Florida Citrus Bowl (now known as Camping World Stadium) where they have played their previous 28 seasons. This $55 million impressive football stadium in Orlando, Florida was erected by "360 Architecture" of America with a seating capacity of 44,206. It was the second newest BCS stadium in the States. Comparatively young, this stadium underwent a renovation in the summer of 2015 worth $8 million.
A football match was blown away by Miami Hurricanes securing a 27-7 victory against UCF Knights on October 17, 2009.
In 2010, the Knights once again hosted the C-USA Championship and secured a mind-blowing 17–7 win over the SMU Mustangs infront of a crowd of 41,045.
The opening game here was aired nationally on ESPN2 at 3:30 pm EDT (1930 UTC) on September 15, 2007, in which a jam-packed stadium of 45,622 fans witnessed the neck to neck fight between the Knights and the Longhorns. It resulted in a 35-32 defeat for the Knights over Tulsa in the Conference USA Championship game.
The opening game at the stadium was aired nationally on ESPN2 at 3:30 pm EDT (1930 UTC) on September 15, 2007 where the jam-packed stadium of 45,622 fans witnessed the neck to neck fight between the UCF Knights and the Texas Longhorns. It resulted in a 35-32 defeat for the Knights.
The C-USA Championship was hosted by the arena in 2007 for the first time where the Knights defeated the Tulsa Golden Hurricane by 44–25 infront of a huge crowd of 44,128 spectators.
UCF completed the inaugural campaign at this ground with six-straight wins, and that includes an impressive score of 44-25.