Alabama Football Facilities

Bryant-Denny Stadium

Bryant-Denny Stadium is quickly becoming one of the most prominent college football venues in the nation. Located on the southwestern edge of the University of Alabama campus, the history-laden stadium ranks among the nation's top 5 on-campus football stadiums with a seating capacity of 101,821 after completion of the latest expansion in the summer of 2010. Read More

Mal M. Moore Athletic Facility

Widely considered one of the finest facilities of its type in the nation, the Mal M. Moore Athletic Facility is the centerpiece of Crimson Tide Athletics and home to the Alabama football program. The south wing of the building houses senior administrators of the athletic department, while the north side holds the football offices. Read More

Hank Crisp Indoor Facility

The Hank Crisp Indoor Facility, considered one of the finest facilities of its kind in the nation, underwent a renovation in the summer of 2009. The renovation, overseen by Davis Architects of Birmingham, Ala., included the removal of the tennis practice facility to make the building a complete open space to be utilized for practice by baseball, football, soccer and softball, when inclement weather or extreme temperatures prevent those teams from practicing outdoors. Read More

Paul W. Bryant Hall

Since its opening in 1965, Bryant Hall has been a part of many historic events in the life of University of Alabama athletics. In 2005, the venerable old building was transformed into the Paul W. Bryant Academic Center. An 18-month renovation converted Bryant Hall into a state-of-the-art academic facility covering 52,300 square feet and featuring the most modern technology to benefit all Crimson Tide student-athletes. Read More

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