|Location||Glendale, United States of America|
|Venue Type||Both Indoor & Outdoor|
|Capacity||63,400 (expandable to 72,200; standing room to at least 78,600)|
State Farm Stadium, formerly known as the University of Phoenix Stadium, is a versatile stage situated in the west of Phoenix near Glendale. It was inaugurated on 1st August 2006. The National Football League’s well-known team of Arizona Cardinals uses the venue as its home ground. It is exceptionally well built, enabling it to organize various events ranging from the Cardinals’ home matches to shows intended for corporate, consumer or social purposes. This architectural stadium’s unique characteristic is its inbuilt, retractable natural lawn, which serves as the playing area with the Airfield drainage structure running below it. In 2006, the stadium was opened as the Cardinals Stadium. Later that year, in September, the University of Phoenix acquired the rights to the name, renaming it the University of Phoenix Stadium, in accordance with an original 20-year agreement. The current name was announced in September 2018 and came from the insurance company State Farm, which has taken on an 18-year commitment to the naming rights deal. The stadium adjoins the Gila River Arena, the home arena of the Arizona Coyotes of the National Hockey League.
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