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Michigan Stadium is NOT open to the general public for exercising, walk-in tours, drop-in photo ops, etc. Fashioned after the Yale Bowl, 440 tons of reinforcing steel and 31,000 square feet of wire mesh went into the building of the 44-section, 72-row, 72,000-seat stadium at a cost of $950,000. Michigan Stadium has seen 258 consecutive crowds of 100,000 plus through the 2014 season, including 115,109 in attendance for the 41-30 win over Notre Dame on Sept.
Varsity men's lacrosse debuted at Michigan Stadium on March 17, 2012, when the Wolverines lost 13-9 to Bellarmine in front of 858 fans. The inaugural varsity women's lacrosse team made its first appearance inside Michigan Stadium on March 20, 2014, where it dropped a close 14-12 decision to Winthrop.
From Detroit Metro Airport and points east: Take I-94 west to Ann Arbor-Saline Road (exit 175). Hiking the Manistee River Trail, canoeing the Jordan River, and making a brief stop at Wilderness State Park.
Pictures from the first big snowfall in Ann Arbor in 2005 when I skied from home to the Arb and fell into the river.
Winter photos from the Leelanau area, including Pyramid Point, Empire Bluffs, and Crystal Lake.
Making a quick and rare trip to Detroit, checking out the haunting Michigan Central Station and a few other places. Backpacking on North Manitou Island, enjoying the sunset, and watching storms roll off from Lake Michigan.
Checking out the flowers and interesting plants of the Univeristy of Michigan Botanical Gardens.


The water posed a problem to the construction, creating a surface that resembled quicksand. After much debate, the Regents, the University of Michigan and Fielding Yost reached an agreement by which the stadium would seat 72,000, with the ability to expand to more than 100,000.
As the stadium neared completion, Yost requested an additional 10,000 temporary seats for the concourse. 1, 1927, Michigan played Ohio Wesleyan in the first game at Michigan Stadium, winning 33-0. Later that spring, on April 14 after the Michigan football spring game, a program-record 4,458 fans were on hand for "The Battle at the Big House" as Michigan fell by a 12-9 count to Ohio State in one of the most watched regular-season lacrosse games in NCAA history. The program's first win at the Big House came 10 days later on March 30, 2014, as the Wolverines outlasted UC Davis, 13-12, in a double-overtime thriller. 12 in Spartan Stadium will be featured on ABC's Saturday Night Football, the Big Ten Conference and ESPN announced on Thursday. It was this moist ground that during construction, engulfed a crane which remains under the stadium today. The construction would be financed not by the taxpayers of the State of Michigan, but by the sale of 3,000 $500 bonds.
This request was passed, and Michigan Stadium opened at the corner of Main Street and Stadium Boulevard with a capacity of 84,401 -- the largest college owned stadium of any team in the nation.
Many changes and renovations have continuously improved the quality of the facility, while increasing its capacity to its present 107,601. For more information on tour pricing, location, and policies, visit the Special Events site.


One of the country's most classic, widely recognized sporting facilities, Michigan Stadium has come to symbolize the pride, tradition and excellence of the University of Michigan.
The high water table also led to nearly three-quarters of the stadium being built below ground level. While there are many things known about Michigan Stadium, one aspect that remains a mystery is the location of Fritz Crisler's seat -- the one "extra" seat that is indicated in the capacity number given to Michigan Stadium every year since 1956. There is truly no place like it on a fall Saturday afternoon.In the early 1920s, Fielding Yost formed a vision that would become Michigan Stadium. The Buckeyes had hoped for revenge from the dedication of their own stadium five years earlier when the Wolverines came away with a 19-0 victory, but it was not to be. Despite this anonymity, the legacies of Crisler and Yost live on as Michigan continues to pack the stadium full of 100,000-plus fans game after game. With winning teams and large fan turnouts, Yost realized the need for a larger football stadium. He asked for the Regents' approval, but considering the 1921 expansion of Ferry Field, they were hesitant to move forward with a new stadium.



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