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Oklahoma Memorial Stadium, Norman

(4.6/5 based on 180+ reviews on the web)
Gaylord Family - Oklahoma Memorial Stadium is one of America's most recognized college football cathedrals. Situated on the east side of the Norman campus, this historical facility is the largest sports arena in the state and ranks among the 15 largest on-campus facilities in the nation.
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  • I had the pleasure of watching my first NCAA football game at this stadium. The energy of the residents of Oklahoma is something I have not experienced before. The community rallied around and support...  more »
  • The new stadium is super to see & much different. Worth the trip. Prices are still quite high, but I have come to expect that after going to the football games for over 40 years 
  • I have made several trips to visit kid at OU and sorry to say that I have never been to a game. Sat in the student section and all was awesome. I really like the proximity to the field as you can real...  more »
  • Boomer! Sooner! The stadium is already nice and the atmosphere is electric. But the stadium is having an addition built which, when finished, will make the experience even better. The new video screen is being touted as one of the largest in the nation for a collegiate field. The closing of south end zone will add to bowl effect and the 85,000+ seats let you know that you will be part of the game and all that it offers.
  • The food stands are pathetically slow and a rip off. Ended up leaving because we couldn't be served, there were long lines all around. Place is huge and nice otherwise. The space to get to your seat is very narrow and you get close and personal when passing people. For anyone that drinks, there is no alcohol served. I got front row 7 seats. Game was good except for a screaming fan in my ear of the other team. Can't see the football playing when everyone is standing up the whole game. Only time people are sitting is when there is someone faking an injury.
  • Reno was ok, jumbo tron was nice. Food was cold. Maybe will be better 2nd game but with no kitchen on site what can you expect. At least ou food services had a place to cook the food.
  • This is the best place to be for a football game...even if your legs cramp because everyone stands for all four quarters or you see people pass out before your eyes because it's so hot! I am so excited to go back to see the new renevations being made. I am disappointed though, that they didn't carry through with the first original plans. I understand that they were costly, but in the end isn't it better to go for broke now and have it done the best most awesome way, rather than make cut backs, do only half of things originally planned, and then in ten years do the things originally planned anyways but at a higher cost because we'll have to tear down things we're half-building instead now? I just wish that they would've stuck with the ultimate plan they originally thought of. Recently, I've spent a lot of time in College Station and I even took a tour of Kyle Field. That stadium is state-of-the-art! It has a wifi network throughout the stadium capable of having over 135,000 mobile devices connected at any given time. It has "cooler rooms" for people to go to to cool off from the Texas heat, which is a great idea! There is one thing, though, that they seem to be missing—Sooner Magic! I'll always love OU! I just wish they would not just catch-up with the rest of the big-name colleges and their stadiums, but I wish they'd step up above the others. I mean, it's not like the stadium wouldn't pay for itself eventually. Not with having sold out games every single game for 10+ years. But, beggars can't be chooser. But they do have great ideas! Boomer Sooner!
  • Awesome environment, team, fans, band. I LOVE the smell of gun powder on a Saturday afternoon in Norman while hanging "half a hundred" or just one point more than the opponent. Boomer Sooner!