Nissan Stadium (formerly known as Adelphia Coliseum, the Coliseum or LP Field) is a multi-purpose stadium in Nashville, Tennessee, United States. It is owned by Davidson County and the Metropolitan Government of Nashville. It is one of the venues of United States that predominantly hosts football matches and major concerts throughout the year. Tennessee Titans of the NFL (National Football League) and the Tennessee State Tigers of the Tennessee State University has been using the stadium for their home games since its opening i.e. 1999. The construction work commenced on 3rd May 1997 and took two years to complete under the supervision of the "Larkin Group".
On 3rd May 2010, the playing surface of Bermuda Sod of the stadium was flooded with water because of heavy rainfall and flooding from the Cumberland River.
The construction of the stadium was delayed due to a tornado attack on the site on April 16, 1998, but it managed to open on time to host its scheduled match.
The stadium hosted its first game on the inaugural day which was a preseason game between the Tennessee Titans and Atlanta Falcons.
Nissan Stadium is the venue of the Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl (a postseason college football bowl game) which is held every December.
It is used as a venue for big concerts such as the CMA Music Festival which is held every year for four days in the month of June.
On 3rd April 2009, the United States men’s national team played a World Cup soccer qualifier beating Trinidad and Tobago. The match witnessed Jozy Altidore becoming the youngest American to score a hat-trick for the national team.