The official page of the University of Montana Grizzly football team. No university or state funds were used in this project. Since that first contest the Grizzlies have an overall record of 197-30. This is the band's first-ever concert in the state of Montana. Montana State University-Northern Lights Field at Blue Pony Stadium Stadium Address 98 6th St W Havre, Mt 59501 Stadium Capacity: 4000 Stadium Surface: ... Southeastern University SEU Fire Football Stadium Stadium Address 1000 Longfellow Blvd. The use of software that blocks ads hinders our ability to serve you the content you came here to enjoy. That screen came to UM from New York City and Times Square. The eastside expansion houses a 500-seat “Stadium Club” with two membership levels: the “Canyon Room,” which has 125 seats inside and 125 seats outside, and the “Hellgate Terrace,” which has 250 seats. 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View the 2020 Montana Football Schedule at Bobcat Stadium is an outdoor athletic stadium in the western United States, located on the campus of Montana State University in Bozeman, Montana.It is the home of the Montana State Bobcats college football team of the Big Sky Conference.At the south end of campus, the stadium has a seating capacity of 17,777 and a NW-SE configuration, with the press box along the southwest sideline. The expansion in 2008 provided 375 Grizzly Scholarship Association priority seats, as well as 1,150 non-priority seats, and increased the current seating capacity of Washington-Grizzly Stadium to 25,217. It is the largest gift to the Department of Athletics in its history. The lower level remains an entrance/exit for the Adams Center and Dahlberg Arena, and houses offices for Montana’s media rights partner, Grizzly Sports Properties. [3] The press box is above the west sideline and lights were added for the 2012 season. The stadium was named for Paul Dornblaser, a … Montana set three more of the top-25 best attended games ever in 2016 as well. The Griz hold the standards for single-season, regular-season home attendance average (26,472 in 2015): and single-season, regular-season total home attendance (174,236, seven games, 2008). The original Griz vision was added in 2002. The weight room and locker room sit below grade and make up the first level while the second level includes a mezzanine for the weight room, the '95 National Championship team meeting room, five other meeting rooms, and a wider concourse in the football stadium complete with additional rest rooms and concession stands. A natural-grass stadium gave way to SprinTurf prior to the 2001 season at a cost of about $1 million, which was paid for by an anonymous donor.   In the case of Montana State University-Northern, the move toward football this fall does continue. ... Montana university's football Stadium Ty Sjoberg. The original capacity in 1986 was 12,500 permanent seats on the sidelines with open grass seating behind the end zones, an approximate capacity of 15,000, weather-permitting. The Adams Center Dahlberg Arena plays host to the University of Montana Lady Griz Women's Basketball Team. The new Griz vision system was paid for entirely by UM’s media rights partner, Grizzly Sports Properties and Learfield Sports. The Grizzlies broke the stadium’s all-time attendance record in 2015, packing 26,427 fans in to see UM’s 38-35 win over North Dakota State on ESPN. A new Griz Vision jumbotron, with ancillary screens to its left and right was installed in the summer of 2016. Montana Griz Football, Missoula, Montana. New lights were installed in WGS in the spring of 2012. Corner seating in the north end zone opened in 2003 and the most recent expansion in 2008 to the east grandstand brought the capacity to 25,217. The inaugural game came in mid-season in 1986 (October 18), and the Griz have a record of 199–30 (.869) at the venue, through the 2017 season. The cost of that expansion was about $2.5 million. Featuring live video, team branding and statistics, the video screen will transform the game-day experience at Washington-Grizzly Stadium. 44K likes. The Adams Center Dahlberg Arena plays host to the University of Montana Griz Men's Basketball Team. Opened 34 years ago in 1986, it is home to the Montana Grizzlies, a member of the Big Sky Conference and a team in Division I FCS (formerly Division I-AA). A new generation of Washington’s, Dennis and Phyllis’s sons Kyle and Kevin, on behalf of the Dennis and Phyllis Washington Foundation, gifted $7 million to the University of Montana’s Department of Athletics to be used for the $14 million Washington-Grizzly Champions Center. Dennis Washington was brought in early in the process to be among the small group of visionaries who would examine what was possible with the new facility and who better than the man who started with a small loan and a bulldozer in the mid-1960s, turned it into Washington Construction and eventually into the global Washington Companies. The second expansion occurred in the spring and summer of 2003, and approximately 4,000 seats were added to the north end zone section, boosting the stadium capacity to 23,183, with the cost at around $3.5 million. The Grizzlies broke the stadium’s all-time attendance record in 2015, packing 26,427 fans in to see UM’s 38-35 win over North Dakota State on ESPN. The project cost was approximately $950,000, and includes a 25-year or 20,000 hours service agreement. After Grizzly Field (Softball) installed "FieldTurf" in their new stadium, "FieldTurf" pitched the University with a new football field and within a month, it was approved by the Board of Regents and installed. When the Big Sky Conference signed a television contract with ROOT Sports, each school in the league was required to install lights in their stadiums. Washington–Grizzly Stadium is an outdoor college football stadium in the western United States, located on the campus of the University of Montana in Missoula, Montana. #WeAreMT #GoGriz A new SprinTurf playing surface was also installed with the expansion in 2008. In the spring of 1995 the stadium underwent its first expansion in the north and south end zones. After 15 seasons of "SprinTurf", The playing surface in WGS was replaced with multi-color "FieldTurf" in the summer of 2016. It also includes lighting in the tailgate/parking areas. The Washington-Grizzly Champions Center houses a new student-athlete weight room, football locker room, football lounge and football meeting rooms. The video screen GrizVision, was installed in 2002 in the south end zone; at 26 by 36 feet (8 m × 11 m), it was one of the largest screens in an FCS football stadium and was upgraded in 2016 to a much larger screen: it features HD-quality video and measures 32 by 55 feet (10 m × 17 m), approximately twice the area of the old display. The win streak began with a 41-7 win over Sonoma State on Sept. 3 and ended with a 40-35 loss to EWU on Oct. 18, 1997. The Grizzlies schedule includes opponents, date, time, and TV. Montana led the FCS in attendance in 2016 for the third-straight year, and the sixth time in the last decade. This page was last edited on 24 May 2020, at 20:07. A new academic center was the first of these facility upgrades with construction completed in the summer of 2015. The 2016 Brawl of the Wild game packed 26,182 fans in the stadium, the fifth-highest attended game ever. First, the construction of the on-campus stadium at MSU-Northern continues at an exciting pace. This is montanas football stadium before the whole remodeling.