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William Purnell-USA TODAY Sports
The University of Missouri announced its plans to renovate and expand Memorial Stadium’s north end zone on Thursday. The project will cost $250 million and is slated to be completed in October 2026. Per The Columbia Missourian:
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According to details revealed Thursday, the project, designed by Kansas City-based DLR Group, will completely enclose the northern end of the stadium with three tiers of seating, increasing capacity from the current 62,621 seats to around 65,000. The Rock M and grass-covered hill will be preserved despite major renovations to the northern end zone and concourse, providing general admission seating for 2,600 fans.


The added capacity comes in the form of 2,000 new premium seats stretched across 600 box seats, 260 mezzanine club seats and 51 suites, including 28 cabana-style “Tiger Dens” and 14 field-level suites.

According to a news release, the planned renovations envision up to 160,500 square feet of new construction, of which 98,000 square feet will be enclosed. The improved stadium will also include a new scoreboard and sound system slated to be added prior to the 2024 season.
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Serraneaux28 days
$250m to enclose some rocks. Seems legit.
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AgSGT30 days
Seems like a lot of money for what they are doing but that said, the renderings look pretty good
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Mizzoufan2630 days
I dunno man, it feels like $250M should be bringing more to the table than that
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