Camp Randall Stadium
Madison WI 53711
- Mon: 8am-4pm
- Tue: 8am-4pm
- Wed: 8am-4pm
- Thu: 8am-4pm
- Fri: 8am-4pm
Camp Randall Stadium is a stadium located in Madison, Wisconsin on the campus of the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Camp Randall Stadium currently houses the NCAA team the Wisconsin Badgers. The stadium opened under the current name on November 3, 1917 with the construction taking just over ten months at a cost of just over $15,000, $269,000 in present day dollars. The latest renovation was in 2004, which updated many of the amenities.
The Wisconsin Badgers are members of the Big 10 Conference of the within National Collegiate Athletic Association. They are known by their team colors consisting of red and white. Their mascot is Bucky Badger. Past players include Curly Lambeau, Russell Wilson and Montee Ball.
The stadium currently holds 80,321 fans. Currently, it is the 19th largest stadium in the NCAA. The record fan attendance of 81,318 occurred in 2004. In terms of parking there is on-campus parking and satellite parking lots both containing general and reserved spots.
Season tickets are available to donors who fill out an application. Individual tickets start at about $45 depending on the game. Tickets are available through the team website and ticket exchanges.