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Bobby Bowden Field at Doak Campbell Stadium is the home to the Florida State Seminoles Football team. During the construction of the stadium Doak Campbell was the president of the University and thus the stadium was named after him. Bobby Bowden, a legendary football coach for the Seminoles is the source of the name of the field. There was an expansion in 2003 which brought the stadium's capacity to 84,300.  The first game played at the stadium was in 1950 against the Randolph Macon where the Seminoles won 40 to 7. 


Also included in the Bobby Bowden field at Doak Campbell Stadium complex is that it includes all of the University of Florida's administrative offices. Outside of the stadium there is a bronze sculpture of Chief Osceola and Renegade. There is a very special tradition that goes along with this sculpture where on the night before a home football game Osceola's spear is lit. It is a symbol to the school's spirit and support of their football team. Also outside of the stadium, there is a Bobby Bowden statue to commemorate one of the university's most valuable members.


A Bobby Bowden at Doak Campbell Stadium seating chart shows that sitting in section 10 or section 33 would put you on the 50 yardline which is a great view to watch a football game. The capacity of the stadium is 84,300 which makes it the largest stadium in the Atlantic Coast Conference. 


Doak Campbell Stadium


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