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Camping World Stadium - Orlando FL
The Camping World Stadium is located at 1 Citrus Bowl, the neighborhood of Downtown Orlando, Florida, United States. It includes the Amway Center, the Exploria Stadium, and the Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts. Its inauguration took place in 1936 by the name of Orlando Stadium. This venue is also known as the Tangerine Bowl, Florida Citrus Bowl, and the Citrus Bowl. The stadium is operated and owned by the city of Orlando. The seating capacity of this stadium is 19,500 for Soccer and was 8,900 for football initially which expanded to 65,145 to date (expandable). The biggest attendance recorded at this venue was 75,245, for WrestleMania 33 in 2017 April.
It is currently the home to Citrus Bowl along with the Camping World Bowl. This stadium was built for the football in the past and served home to various alternate-league American football teams, Orlando City SC (soccer team), UCF knights football team, and was one of the nine venues opted for the FIFA World Cup in 1994. Currently, the stadium is the regular home venue for some college football games that include Florida classic between the Bethune-Cookman and the Florida A&M. The first college game played at this stadium was on 1st January 1947. In 1976, the first major game was played here which was between Miami and Florida.
Some notable events hosted by the Camping World Stadium are 2005 C-USA Championship games, 2016 ACC Championship Game, NFL Pro Bowl (since 2017), East-West Shrine Game (for 2 years), USISL A-League Orlando Sundogs (1997), etc.
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