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Pontiac Silverdome

Identification

Pontiac Silverdome
217181

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Structure in General

stadium
existing [in ruins]
concrete
exposed structure
modernism

Usages

indoor football
multi-use sports

Facts

  • Home of the National Football League's Detroit Lions from 1975-2002. The team began the 2002 season at Ford Field in downtown Detroit.
  • The ground-breaking ceremony for the stadium's construction was held September 19, 1973.
  • The stadium contains 80,638 seats and 102 private boxes, and is proclaimed as the world's largest enclosed stadium.
  • The dome rises 151 feet above parking level, and 202 feet above field level.
  • The stadium's most recognizable feature is its 10-acre, air-supported, fabric roof made of a translucent Teflon coated fiberglass.

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Location

1200 Featherstone Road
48342
Pontiac
Michigan
U.S.A.

Technical Data

151.00 ft
770.01 ft
600.01 ft
3
1973
1975
2016
$55,700,000

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