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The University of Arkansas is ready to move forward on a major expansion to Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium in Fayetteville.
Athletics officials this week are scheduled to ask the UA Board of Trustees for permission begin an estimated $160 million capital campaign for the Razorback Stadium project, which will included a north end zone addition, updates to existing areas, and a new Broyles Athletic Center.
Here’s the basic plan, according to the UA:
Officials said the project will be funded entirely by athletics revenues, capital gifts, and bond proceeds from a future bond issue. No university funds will be required to complete this project, but season ticket and single-game ticket prices are expected to be adjusted.
“This project is about improving the gameday experience for every Razorback fan,” said Razorbacks athletics director Jeff Long. “The addition of a north end zone will connect fans throughout the stadium. Renovated suite and club areas will provide a variety of options for fans.
Photos courtesy of UA Athletics.
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