Valero Alamo Bowl

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The Alamodome

The Alamodome, or "The Dome" as it is locally known, was finished in 1993 at a cost of $186 million, which was funded by local citizens. It is owned by the city of San Antonio, and was originally built to lure a National Football League franchise to the city, but has served as the home of the San Antonio Spurs and various other minor league teams until recently, when the city built the Spurs a new home.  It is the home of various events throughout the year, including the Alamo Bowl, and hosts several conferences and trade shows, as well as local high school football games. It is a third generation facility, and has the latest in dome architecture and has a columnless interior, which means no obstructed views. The Dome has a four sided Sony JumboTron, which provides close-ups and instant replays that are visible from any seat in the house.

Inside the Alamodome, San Antonio

The Alamodome is located at:
100 Montana Street
San Antonio, TX 78203

Alamodome Seating Information:
The Alamodome holds over 65,000 fans for football games, and has three levels of seating, as well as suites and press boxes.  Below is an Alamodome seating chart, click on the image for a larger view.

Seating map of the Alamodome in San Antonio, Texas


The Alamo Bowl is a National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) game that plays after the regular football season. This bowl game matches up the Big XII Conference's and the PAC-12 Conference's ranked number four teams against each other. The game is and has been held in San Antonio, Texas at the Alamodome every year near the end of the year.


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