Traveling to Sun Life Stadium to Watch Miami Hurricane’s Football

The Miami Hurricanes are playing the Florida State Seminoles on October 9, 2010. If you’re a former Hurricane who has moved away from the Coral Gables, Florida University, it’s time to come back. Plan a trip to Florida to see the epic battle. Book a room at a University of Miami Hurricanes stadium hotel and plan your method of travel.

Once you get there, start by participating in the pregame tailgate parties in the parking lot. Eat a few hotdogs and other tailgating specialties and toss the football around with your friends. When it get close to gametime, go in and watch the Hurricanes warm up. Then, just enjoy the game!

History of Sun Life Stadium

If you have not been following the Miami  ทางเข้า ufabet เว็บแทงบอล Hurricanes, you probably don’t know much about their history. For nearly seventy years, they played their home games in the Orange Bowl. After the 2007 season, they left the historic, but badly deteriorating downtown Miami stadium and headed north to play in what is now Sun Life Stadium. Originally called Joe Robbie Stadium after the owner of the Miami Dolphins who built the stadium in 1987, the stadium underwent several name changes in the 23 years since it was built.

In 1990, Wayne Huizinga, a billionaire businessman, purchased 50% of the stadium and a few years later, brought Major League Baseball (The Florida Marlins) to South Florida. In 1996, naming rights to the stadium were sold to a large sportswear company who renamed the stadium Pro Player Stadium.

In 2005, after hosting three Super Bowls, two World Series and a number of big events, Pro Player departed and the Stadium became known as Dolphin Stadium. That was short-lived as a new corporate sponsor, Sun Life purchased the rights to name the stadium. Today, Sun Life Stadium is the home stadium of the Miami Dolphins, Florida Marlins and the Miami Hurricane football team.