|Location||Detroit, United States of America|
|Capacity||Football: 65,000 (expandable up to 70,000); Basketball: 78,000|
Ford Field is an indoor center in the United States that predominantly hosts football events. The Ford Motor Company has purchased the naming rights of the stadium at the cost of $40 million. It is owned by Detroit/ Wayne County Stadium Authority and operated by Detroit Lions (professional American football team). The stadium was opened on 24th August 2002. The stadium is elegantly designed by Rossetti Architects, Hamilton Anderson Associates, Kaplan, Mc Laughlin and Diaz Architects. The tenants of this arena are Detroit Lions, Quick Lane Bowl, and Little Caesars Pizza Bowl.