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Neyland Stadium Football University Series (Pre Sale)

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Original price $89.95
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Current price $64.95

Neyland Stadium Football

  • PERFECT for the Tennessee Fanatic in your life!
  • STAND OUT! Created by SportRelics so you won't find this anywhere else! 
  • Be Exclusive. Only 100 were created for our launch. 

Presale Order - Limited Availability! Shipping September 7th, 2022!

Tennessee University Neyland Stadium features:

  • Detailed painting of Neyland Stadium.
  • Hand-stitched and regulation-sized!
  • Made using a multimedia method that included royalty-free photographs and watercolor digital painting.



    Our Tennessee University Neyland Stadium Series Baseball Story & Inspiration:

    Welcome to Tennessee!!! Neyland Stadium is a sporting venue in Knoxville, Tennessee. It is most known as the home of the Tennessee Volunteers football team, but it has also hosted big conventions and multiple National Football League (NFL) exhibition games.

    Are you excited to know more? The stadium's official capacity is 102,455. Built in 1921 as Shields–Watkins Field (the name of the playing surface), the stadium has undergone 16 expansion projects, reaching a peak capacity of 104,079 before being somewhat lowered by changes in the next decade. Neyland Stadium is the United States' fifth-largest stadium, The world's seventh-largest stadium, and the Southeastern Conference's second-largest stadium. Robert Neyland, the head football coach at the University of Tennessee for three years from 1926 and 1952, is honored with the stadium's name. Superb!

    To add up. The Tennessee Volunteers football team had a winning percentage. of 789 at Neyland Stadium through week six of the 2016 season, with 464 wins, 118 losses, and 17 ties for a winning percentage of.789. The team has 36 perfect home records, the last of which came in the 2007 season. The team's longest home winning streak was 30, which occurred between December 8, 1928, and October 21, 1933. Amazing, right?

    Neyland Venue was voted the nation's best college football stadium in a spring 2001 poll by The Sporting News. Neyland Stadium, the University of Tennessee campus, and the surrounding Knoxville area were named the finest college football weekend experience by Sports Illustrated in 2004.

    Tennessee University Neyland Stadium reminds us how Ronald Neyland started it all. Tennessee University Neyland Stadium collectibles look perfect inside your home or anywhere in the corner of your home. Tennessee University Neyland Stadium Baseball is the ideal Commemorative Baseball gift for your family and friends who remember how it started in the field of Knoxville.