Already regarded as one of the most dramatic and intimidating venues in college football, Kyle Field has undergone an ambitious and exciting transformation over the past two years. With an expanded capacity of 102,733, the $485 million renovation has made Kyle Field the finest college football stadium in the country, and the largest in the state and in the SEC.
You won’t want to miss experiencing gameday in Aggieland. For many it begins with tailgating, a tradition before Aggie football games. Former students enjoy reliving their experiences and celebrating with current students and fans, making for a huge Aggie Family gathering.
At 6 a.m. on gameday, the streets around Kyle Field are transformed into a festive, pedestrian-only Fan Zone, with food and beverage vendors and tons of engaging activities for the whole family.
One of the most stirring elements of gameday is the Corps March-in. All 2,400+ members of the Corps of Cadets, in formation, step off one hour and 30 minutes before kickoff. With crowds of spectators on either side, they march from the Quad to the Fan Zone, entering the stadium one hour before kickoff.
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