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Notre Dame Stadium, South Bend

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  • There is nothing like the excitement of going to a football game at the Notre Dame stadium. The students, the fans, the tail gating and the band all make for a wonderful way to spend a Saturday in Sou...  more »
  • I have never met anyone coming to South Bend/Notre Dame who did not want to go into Notre Dame Stadium. It's historic and not just for the movie "Rudy". Folks like to look from the Stadium to "Touchdo...  more »
  • The stadium is one of our favorite places on campus. Win or lose ( or win) you will enjoy watching a game here. The seat allotments aren't the biggest, so its good if you like the person sitting next ...  more »
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  • Went on 9/17/2016. Aging venue. Sure, the atmosphere is there, the people working were friendly, but once inside, the stadium itself is pretty dumpy. Our seats were under the light standards and were COVERED in bird poop! The entire row. What no towels? Plenty of ushers standing around can't clean the seats off? Maybe some student volunteers? Unacceptable! Concessions were very basic. Hot dogs, pretzels, nachos. Boring! No pizza at least? I have been to high school games with a bigger selection. The video board is an embarrassment. Small and shows no replays. You can barely read the scores and stats on it. They show this really hokey graphic of a leprechaun "putting up his dukes" Looks like an early GIF. I am sure it was state of the art in 1976. On the way out, you are funneled into ONE STAIRWAY! No ramps. Very dangerous if some one stumbles, the elderly, small children. People really looked nervous going down theses stairs hoping someone didn't fall and cause a domino effect. Hopefully the renovations they are doing improve this facility. Might check it out after they are done with the work and see if they improved on things.
  • Massive stadium. Watched game vs. Michigan State and 80k people were tightly fitted in. Amazing atmosphere for the entire family. What a great place!
  • a classic! wish list: that they would offer healthier and more upscale food (ND can do better than hot dogs and nachos); that bathrooms would be better lit; better sun protection (if you're facing the sun, prepare for unbelievable heat for the majority of the game)
  • The whole game day experience is just a blast. Saw ND and BYU play a few years ago when ND won 17-14 and the fans were so fun and nice, it was a way better then average Pre-game atmosphere. The stadium is a little old itself though but the tradition and history is worth it,
  • i´m not saying this only because i´m a USC fan but i don´t know if i can see a more pathetic leprechaun than Notre Dame has. BE SURE TO LIKE ME ON FACEBOOK AND FOLLOW ME ON TWITTER! I DON´T HAVE INSTAGRAM