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LP Field

LP Field Overview

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Facts & Figures on LP Field

LP Field, which seats approximately 69,143 fans, is a state-of-the-art, open-air, natural grass facility, which the Titans share with Tennessee State University. Located on 105 acres on the east bank of the Cumberland River overlooking downtown Nashville, it was built by HOK Sport + Venue + Event, the world's leading sports architecture firm that has built stadiums or arenas for nearly all sports at every level.

Their clients include 30 of 32 NFL franchises, 24 of 30 Major League Baseball franchises, 75 professional and civic arena clients, 40 soccer and rugby teams, and 75 colleges and universities, HOK S+V+E was the first firm devoted to sports architecture, and now has more than 400 employees worldwide.

For more information and a list of their clients, visit their web site at www.hoksve.com

Among the features

  • Open-air, natural grass
  • 175 corporate suites
  • Two 25,000-square foot club lounges with access to high-quality food and beverage services, sit-down eating areas, closed circuit TV’s and sound systems
  • 12,000 club seats
  • 60 concession stands throughout stadium
  • Three locker rooms
  • Two scoreboards with new state-of-the-art video screens located on north and south ends of stadium
  • 4 suite elevators
  • More than 2,000 trees planted within the 105 acres
  • 7,500 parking spaces vailable on-site with more than 20,000 existing parking spaces nearby
  • Space for 400 wheelchair patrons and associated companion seats
  • 90 parking spaces for disabled
  • Bermuda sod
  • Sophisticated field irrigation and drainage system
  • State-of-the-art press box
  • 10-year naming rights agreement with Louisiana Pacific announced in 2006.