Jerry Richardson Stadium
Jerry Richardson Stadium, a 15,000-seat facility that was built so that it is expandable to 40,000 seats, houses the 49ers football program which took the field for the first time in the inaugural 2013 season.
The Football Stadium Complex includes the 15,000 seat Jerry Richardson Stadium, the Judy W. Rose Football Center, McColl-Richardson Field and two practice fields. A 6,636 square-foot press box, complete with media seating, a university box and television and radio booths adorn the west sideline at the concourse level. The field house includes coaches offices and meeting rooms, locker rooms and weight and training rooms as well as a 1,920 square-foot Academic Center, a 2,757 square-foot tiered classroom and a 5,947 square-foot Hospitality Deck.
McColl-Richardson Field, the approximately 98,000 square-foot stadium field, is a synthetic playing surface with inlay graphics and lines. A full length practice field and an 80-yard practice field are set off the east entrance. The Bermuda turf sod practice fields total approximately 145,000 square feet.