The new ASU stadium is considered comparable to the most technologically advanced professional and college stadiums around the country. Completed in November 2012 for the annual Turkey Day Classic game and at a cost of just over $62 Million dollars, the stadium and its 64’ high definition score board can be seen from I-85 near the downtown Montgomery exits. The stadium seats 26,500 fans and was built to allow for future expansion of up to 55,000 seat capacity. The ASU Hornet Stadium has 200 loge seats, 750 club seats, 2 party terraces, 20 luxury box suites and a stadium club lounge that is available to all premium seating. The facility offers team meeting rooms, a coaches’ conference room and players lounge. ASU stadium offers other amenities which allow this venue to be used year around, including administrative offices, multiple locker rooms, state of the art media capabilities, interview and broadcasting areas and a planned merchandise store and a restaurant. This venue has the capacity and potential to anchor many other events such as concerts, band competitions and to host other sporting and tournament events.