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A spectacular game-day experience
- Bowl seating close to the field, with maximum sightlines
- 21 luxury suites tailor-made for comfort and entertainment
- Club level with food and beverage service and chair-back seating
- Touchdown Terrace and other group decks, perfect for VIP gatherings and special events
- Parking benefits for Private Suite holders, Club Seat holders and Mean Green Club members
- State-of-the-art sound system
- Giant video screen
- Expanded concession areas for speedy service
- Numerous, fully accessible restrooms
- Convenient central and satellite ticket windows
- In-stadium spirit and athletic wear store
- Generous tailgating and staging areas
- Expanded Junior Mean Green Fun Land
- Display areas for Boomer the Cannon, the North Texas Model A and the Spirit Bell
A place for much more than football
With generous parking areas, a naturally landscaped greenbelt and two lakes, our new stadium’s grounds will be the newest all-season recreation and entertainment destination site in North Texas.
- Bring families and friends for outdoor activities.
- Join us for community events and concerts
- Support your local high school teams at football playoffs
- Use our first-class facilities for company meetings, reunions and alumni gatherings
A key component of UNT’s future
UNT is committed to investing in a first-rate campus infrastructure as part of our long-term vision and strategic growth plan.
- With help from our supporters, we’ve developed Mean Green Village, one of the finest college athletic complexes in the nation.
- In the last six years, we’ve also built the Pohl Student Recreation Center, Chestnut Hall Health and Wellness Center, the Chemistry Building, several residence halls, and developed a new research campus, Discovery Park. In 2010, UNT will open a new Life Sciences Complex and break ground for a new Business Leadership Building.
- Adjacent to the new stadium, the former Eagle Point Golf Course will be redeveloped into a destination of choice for business professionals, conventioneers and vacationers. UNT is in discussion with the City of Denton and John Q. Hammons Hotels & Resorts to build a new hotel with first-class meeting and convention facilities.