University of Arizona begins stadium renovation planning


The University of Arizona has begun to collect feedback from Wildcat fans on what they want the future of Arizona Stadium to look like.

Following a series of upgrades already introduced at the 57,400-seater stadium – the latest being the creation of a premium hospitality area called the SkyBox Club – further renovations are on the cards for the venue that will cover more facility and fan enhancements on its west side.

The planning process has already begun with the university with Arizona Athletics partnering with Conventions, Sports & Leisure (CSL) to collect and organize valuable feedback.

“As we’ve done with all of our enhancements over the past two years, we engage our fans, campus partners and community to be a part of a collaborative effort,” said Dave Heeke, vice president and director of athletics. “The long-term vision of our football facility is a critical piece to the future of our entire athletics department. The planning process for the next stage of renovations and enhancements must be built and powered by the input of those who fill the stands. We want fans to help build the future of Arizona Stadium for the generations of fans to come.”

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