The Yale Bowl is a famous football stadium, situated in the west of the main campus of Yale University in New Heaven, United States. It is the oldest and largest stadium in the United States. The stadium hosted the New York Giants of the National Football League in 1973-74 while Yankee Stadium underwent renovation and Giants Stadium was being constructed. The construction of the stadium began in the early 90s (1913) in the month of August and was completed in a span of a year, opening its gate for spectators on 21st November 1914. The structure was specifically designed by the famous architect Charles A. Ferry. An estimated amount of $750,000 ($17.9 million of 2016 dollars) was spent on building the bowl.
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