|Location||Orlando, United States of America|
The Bounce House Stadium, formerly known as Bright House Networks Stadium and Spectrum Stadium, is an American football stadium in the United States. In the year 2007, Bright House Networks Stadium on the main campus of the University of Central Florida (UCF). It serves as the home venue for the UCF Knights football team to replace the 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. The current name Bounce House derives from its longtime nickname, The Bounce House, as it was found to be subject to considerable shaking when its crowd jumped in unison. Although it was stated that the stadium was of solid construction and that this effect would not cause long-term damage to the structure, measures were taken to mitigate these effects after the inaugural season of the stadium.
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