Sun Devil Stadium is the home of the Arizona State University football team. You might also hear this stadium referred to as Frank Kush Field. Frank Kush was the head coach of the football team from 1958 to 1979 and owned an impressive record of 176-54-1. Kush was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 1995. Frank Kush Field is actually the name of the surface, not the stadium, but everyone knows which venue you mean.
When the stadium opened in 1958 it had about 30,000 seats. A few renovations later, more than 70,000 fans can watch Sun Devil football games here. The Carson Student-Athlete Center at the south end of the stadium houses all of ASU's 21 varsity sports coaches.
Use this seating chart to see where your seats will be at football games played at Sun Devil Stadium in Tempe. Student seating is in "The Inferno" sections, the north and south end zones on the lower level. If you'd like to sit close to ASU's band (or if you want to avoid sitting near ASU's band) you should know that they sit in the middle of the student section in the north end zone.
Arizona State Sun Devils
ASU is part of the Pac-12 Conference, along with Arizona, California, Colorado, Oregon, Oregon State, Stanford, UCLA, USC, Utah, Washington, and Washington State. ASU's chief rivals are the University of Arizona's Wildcats, who hail from Tucson.
You can get single tickets about four weeks ahead of a game at the Sun Devil ticket office at Sun Devil Stadium or on the Sun Devils' website. Check the latest schedule on the website for Sun Devil Football game dates and times.
The Fiesta Bowl also moved to the University of Phoenix Stadium in 2007.
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