The redesigned stadium will include upgrades to the in-game fan experience, such as seating bowl design with improved sightlines that increase fan comfort and bring fans closer to the field; expanded concessions, restrooms, and accessible seating locations; improved concourse circulation; and new premium amenities such as club seats, ledge seats, and suites.
The stadium will include multi-use spaces to augment conference facilities and bring the public together. Nestled into the landscape, the design of the stadium creates an indoor-outdoor interconnectedness that elevates the authenticity of the fan experience. The resultant design is reflective of the University and the region’s values that will promote a sense of community for generations to come.
Phase one of Anderson Family Football Complex, which included a brand new locker room and weight room, was revealed earlier this month. The second phase will feature a new entry lobby, expanded auditorium, expanded coaches’ offices, and expanded team meeting rooms. There will be a state-of-the-art sports medicine, sports science and recovery area to enable KU student-athletes to prepare and recover as effectively as possible. Additionally, one of the club lounges adjacent to the complex will serve as a training table for student-athletes.