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Camping World Stadium, Orlando

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Camping World Stadium is a stadium in Orlando, Florida. The stadium is located in the West Lakes neighborhoods of Downtown Orlando, west of new sports and entertainment facilities including the Amway Center, the Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts and the under-construction Orlando City Stadium.The stadium is the current home of the Buffalo Wild Wings Citrus Bowl, Orlando City SC of Major League Soccer, the Russell Athletic Bowl, the Florida Classic between Florida A&M and Bethune-Cookman, the MEAC/SWAC Challenge and Monster Jam. The stadium was built for football and in the past, it has served as home of several alternate-league American football teams. From 2011 to 2013, it was also the home of the Orlando City SC, a soccer team in USL Pro. From 1979 to 2006, it served as the home of the UCF Knights football team. It was also one of the nine venues used for the 1994 FIFA World Cup. The stadium is one of the few city owned venues in America. The City of Orlando owns and operates the stadium along with multiple arts and cultural facilities designed to enrich the lives of Central Florida residents and visitors through the City of Orlando Venues department.
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  • We had the chance to attend the Under Armour High School All-American game at the last minute and not only did we expend a lot of extra time and effort to get to our seats, but more importantly, every...  more »
  • Camping World was a great stadium to come to and escape the drab, round architecture of most college football stadiums. The stadium looked cool, and on a beautiful day the place just could not be beat...  more »
  • Definitely worth a visit whenever the bowl games are around the corner. Great and friendly atmosphere and a nice stadium as well. Whenever you visit, make sure you do not bring larger bags (and if so,...  more »
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  • Recently renovated. The seating is great from any spot. Parking could be improved.
  • The EDC was amazing and very well organized for so many people in one place. Check-in for "working" wristbands was easy and efficient.
  • Soccer Game in September starting at 1pm...it's hot. Stadium holds 60,000 plus, there's maybe 22,000 there - most people are in more expensive seats, but don't try to move up into a section with shade - that's a fire hazard? Instead, buy a $5 bottle of water. Can't wait until the new stadium opens next season!
  • Great venue with the newly redesigned stadium. Good places to tailgate outside and Church St is in walking distance for pre/post refreshments. Issues were the general lack of seating zones and information, and the bathrooms. For the mens bathroom, there are five stalls, and the line had to be 80 deep at least. Other than that, great place to watch a game, Go Noles!
  • pros: Open air. lots of parking. Friendly staff. I go there for Orlando Pride games. What I don't like is that many of the concessions on the upper levels remain closed during a game. I understand basing concessions on tickets sold. what I dont understand is properly spacing them out. On the uperlevel, you have to walk to the center upper-deck walkway to find the portable concession stands. All of the merchandise is located downstairs as well. The same problem presents itself with a lack of sellers walking around the stadium. what happened to "get your ice cold beer. hot dogs, peanuts", etc. I am not sure if this is a result of the Orlando Pride staff doing this or the stadium.