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Artifacts to look for at Rio Tinto Stadium?

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Chris martin
Chris martin
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They are a relatively new team and therefore don’t have any artifacts to look at.  They have some of the international qualifying matches that have been held here as well as some pictures of current and former players.

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Camilla Larsen
Camilla Larsen

Quick Facts

  • Iconic roof structures on the east and west sides of the stadium keeps atmosphere in; Teflon-coated fiberglass roof manufactured to withstand hurricane-force winds
  • 41 feet down to the playing field from street level
  • 3,891,243 cubic yards of dirt moved
  • 25,000 cubic yards of concrete
  • 5,350,000 pounds of structural steel
  • 400 miles of coaxial cable
  • 6,700 parking spaces within 15-minute walk of main entrance
  • 20,000 fans capacity (25,000 for concerts)
  • 3 fully equipped professional locker rooms
  • 32 luxury suites
  • 12 permanent concession, 15 portable concession stands
  • Open north end concourse with full view of the field
  • Full-service Stadium Club with 150 field view seats located just nine rows up from west sideline
  • Fourth-level press entrance to six broadcast booths and 32-seat press box
  • Just 15 miles from downtown Salt Lake City
  • Three minutes to Interstate 15 (1.2 miles)
  • 20 minutes to Salt Lake City International Airport (19.85 miles)
  • Grass surface: 120 yards long x 75 yards wide; Blue Grass and Rye Mix
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