Caesars Superdome Stadium

Caesars Superdome Stadium was established a long ago and holds a rich history. It’s serving as one most prominent sports and entertainment venues in the USA. Besides hosting so many great events, it arranged Super Bowl seven times. The stadium is set to host the 2025 Super Bowl.

Here, in our article, we are going to discuss everything about the Caesars Superdome. 

So, let’s start.

Caesars Superdome Stadium Location

Caesars Superdome Stadium is located in New Orleans, Louisiana, on the Central Business District side. The exact location of the stadium is 1500 Sugar Bowl Dr, New Orleans, LA 70112, United States.

Capacity

The seating capacity of Caesars Superdome Stadium is 73,208 for NFL. For major events, the capacity can be expanded to 76,468 seats. For basketball matches, seat capacity is 73,432, and for baseball games, the stadium can hold 56,941.

The stadium has its record audience present on April 8, 2018, in WrestleMania 34. 78,133 fans watched the show live together. When the stadium was first built in 1975, its seating capacity was 74,452. In 2000, the stadium had the least seating capacity, 64,900.

How Much is it Cost to Build Caesars Superdome Stadium?

The first initial building cost of the Caesars Superdome Stadium was $134 million in 1975 which is worth $729 million in 2022. The renovation cost of the stadium was $193 million in 2005-06.

Who Plays at Caesars Superdome Stadium?

Since the building of the Superdome in 1975, it’s been the home of the New Orleans Saints. NCAA’s team Sugar Bowl also calls the stadium their home.

Alongside these two, Tulane Green Wave, New Orleans Jazz, New Orleans Pelicans, New Orleans Breakers, New Orleans Night, New Orleans Bowl, and New Orleans VooDoo used the stadium as their home venue.

Caesars Superdome Stadium NFL Schedule

Date GamesChannelTime(Local)
Sunday, Aug 13Preseason Game 1 – New Orleans Saints v Kansas City ChiefsNFLN12:00 PM
Sunday, Aug 27Preseason Game 2 – New Orleans Saints v Houston TexansFox07:00 PM
Sunday, Sept. 10New Orleans Saints vs. Tennessee TitansCBS12:00 PM
Sunday, Oct 10New Orleans Saints vs. Tampa Bay BuccaneersFOX12:00 PM
Thursday, Oct 19New Orleans Saints vs. Jacksonville JaguarsAMZN07:15 PM
Sunday, Nov 05New Orleans Saints vs. Chicago BearsCBS12:00 PM
Sunday, Dec 03New Orleans Saints vs. Detroit LionsFOX12:00 PM
Sunday, Dec 10New Orleans Saints vs. Carolina PanthersFOX12:00 PM
Sunday, Dec 17New Orleans Saints vs. New York GiantsFOX12:00 PM
2024, Jan 7New Orleans Saints vs. Atlanta FalconsTBATBA

FAQs

What happens in Caesars Superdome?

Caesars Superdome is the home venue of the NFL’s New Orleans Saints. The stadium has hosted Super Bowl several times and is scheduled for the 2025 Super Bowl.

Why is the Superdome called Caesars?

The superdome previous naming right was owned by Mercedes-Benz. Mercedes-Benz removed its name in 2021 and didn’t make a new contract. Harrah Casino’s parent company is Caesars, and the casino bought the naming rights.

Is the Superdome the largest stadium?

The roof area of the stadium is 440,000 square feet. The creation of the roof alone contains 20,000 tons of steel. In the USA, it’s the third largest indoor stadium.

Who owns the Superdome now?

The Louisiana Stadium and Exposition District is the owner of the Superdome, and they formed a naming rights contract with Caesars Entertainment for $138 million in 20121.

Did Katrina damage the Superdome?

Yes, back in 2005, during Hurricane Katrina, the statue was badly damaged. Although, it provides shelter for 16,000 residents who lost their houses in a hurricane.

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Golam Muktadir is a passionate sports fan and a dedicated movie buff. He has been writing about both topics for over a decade and has a wealth of knowledge and experience to share with his readers. Muktadir has a degree in journalism and has written for several well-known publications, including Surprise Sports.