The Orlando Citrus Bowl
PROPERTY OVERVIEW

Orlando Citrus Bowl Stadium
• 70,000 seat football stadium
• Home to the Capital One Bowl, Russell Athletic Bowl, Florida Classic, Monster Jam and MEAC/SWAC Challenge.

Tinker Field
• 2,548 seats, 769 bleachers
• 12,000 maximum for concerts
• Built in 1914
• Named after Hall of Famer, Joe Tinker
• Listed on the US National Register of Historic Places
McCracken Field
• 8,000 maximum for concerts
• 20,000 maximum for concerts (including Tinker Field)
• Baseball field located next to Tinker
• Field used as an alternate training site and location for amateur and semi-pro league baseball
• All new lighting and surfacing

Thunder Field
• Host to Central Florida Soccer League and various other soccer organizations
• Used primarily as an athletic training field for professional and college teams

Festival Field
• 12,000-15,000 maximum for concerts depending on set-up
Varsity Club
• 225 seated capacity, 500 standing capacity
• Banquet room located inside the Orlando Citrus Bowl Stadium