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Nippert Stadium

Nippert Stadium in Cincinnati, Ohio, is the University of Cincinnati’s football stadium, home to their Bearcats football team in rudimentary form since 1901, and as a complete stadium since 1924, making it the oldest playing site and oldest stadium in college football.

The field was lowered in 1936, allowing capacity to reach 24,000.

In 1954, a small upper deck on the East sideline was completed, and named the Reed Shank Pavilion. This increased capacity to 28,000.

In 1992, the stadium was heavily renovated, expanding the upper deck on the East sideline and adding a new Press Box on the West sideline. This increased capacity at its current figure of 35,097.

In 2005, the new locker rooms behind the North end zone were added, as well as a new Video Board above the North end zone.

The stadium served as home for the American Football League expansion team, the Cincinnati Bengals, in 1968 and 1969, while their eventual permanent home at Riverfront Stadium was being constructed. The stadium has served as a concert venue only once, on August 3, 1975 hosting The Ohio River Rock Festival (Aerosmith, Black Oak Arkansas, Blue Öyster Cult, Foghat, Mahogany Rush, Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, REO Speedwagon, and Styx; admission was festival seating/general admission, attendance 32,000 est. according to local radio broadcasts). On November 2, 2008 Democratic Presidential candidate Barack Obama held a rally at Nippert two days before the election to an estimated 27,000 attendees.

Nippert Stadium
2700 Bearcat Way
Cincinnati, Ohio 45221

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