|Location||Atlanta, United States of America|
|Capacity||Football: 74,228; Georgia State football: 28,155; Basketball: 71,000; Total Capacity: 80,000|
|Surface Type||Artificial Turf|
Georgia Dome is a well-known multi-purpose domed stadium in Atlanta, Georgia in the United States. It is owned by the “State of Georgia” and operated by the “Georgia World Congress Center Authority”. It is the home stadium for popular team of National Football League "Atlanta Falcons" and "Georgia State Panthers" football team from Georgia State University. This stadium was opened in the year 1992 and initially had auto turf surface which was replaced by Field Turf Classic HD in 2003. The construction work to build this dome shaped arena commenced on 22nd November, 1989 and took around three years to complete. The stadium finally opened its door to conduct sports events on 6th September, 1992. The chief architecture firms that designed the structure of the stadium are Heery International, Rosser FABRAP International and Tvsdesign.