Bulldog Stadium, home to the Fresno State Bulldogs college football team, is to undergo a facelift, according to state director of Athletics Jim Bartko. Revealed during a press conference, the overhaul will improve all amenities at the stadium, enhance the fan experience and modernize the stadium.
Accessibility issues will be addressed by access tunnels built into the berm, and a cross-sectional concourse at the midpoint of the bowl, which will make it easier for patrons to reach their seats. The number of restrooms and concessions will be doubled, enhancing the fans’ experience, while changes to tailgating policies and increased hospitality opportunities will improve the game-day atmosphere.
Additional suites, club seats, loge areas, sponsorship displays and naming rights options will add new revenue opportunities, while a new press box will be constructed, and a new two-story football facility will be added to the south-end zone, complete with an HD video board.
Phase one of improvements is underway, and a new HD video and ribbon board will be installed in the north-end zone across the summer.