“When does a topping-off ceremony turn into a naming-rights celebration? Only in Las Vegas,” Raiders owner Mark Davis said Monday at the Allegiant Stadium topping-out ceremony. “Here we are. Allegiant Stadium.”
Designed by the same firm responsible for a number of NFL stadiums, the league’s new home in the U.K. is an impressive venue.
According to the San Francisco Chronicle, the Oakland Coliseum’s name is about to be changed for the fifth time in 21 years.
The Oakland City Council on Thursday morning voted unanimously to extend the Raider’s lease agreement for this season with an option for the 2020-2021 season, according to city officials.
Concession and merchandise stands inside Mercedes-Benz Stadium (MBS) are going cashless, and a new food truck with “fan first pricing” will be parked outside the stadium on game days.
The artificial turf on which Super Bowl LIII was played will be replaced before next football season, Mercedes-Benz Stadium officials said Thursday.
The Raiders continue to discuss with the Giants the possibility of playing the 2019 NFL season at Oracle Park.
Normally, it takes one day, sometimes less than a full day, to prepare Mercedes-Benz Stadium for its next event.
Before the Raiders take the field for games in their new stadium, workers will move a 9,500-ton natural grass field into place on the stadium floor.
The Oakland Raiders may not have a home stadium to play in for the 2019 NFL season. Reports say they are now considering Glendale as an option while they await their new home in Las Vegas.