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Georgia Dome – 1 Georgia Dome Dr. – Atlanta, GA
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The Georgia Dome Address
1 Georgia Dome Drive
Atlanta, Georgia 30313
the Georgia Dome Info
The Georgia Dome is the home stadium of the Atlanta Falcons NFL team, as well as the Georgia State Panthers college football team. It is owned by the state in conjunction with the Georgia World Congress Center and the Centennial Olympic Park. Atlanta is lucky to have such word class facilities due to the city’s hosting of the Olympic Games in 1996, which required the building of arenas suited to world competition – although the Georgia Dome was in fact built several years before that, in 1992. Officially the Dome can seat a maximum of 71,250 people, although the biggest recorded turnout for a football game was 75,892.
Facts about the Georgia Dome
The Dome is a great engineering achievement. Over 8,000 tons of steel went into its construction, as well as over 10,000 cubic yards of concrete. In 2003 the AstroTurf field was converted to FieldTurf, and in 2006 renovations led to the creation of the eight top range luxury private suites that are now available.
Georgia Dome Private Suites
There’s a variety of private suites and club seating available at the Dome. The cream of the crop are the eight Super Suites – two of these are located in each of the four corners of the stadium. Some of these suites seat almost 100 people, and they include big screen TVs, private amenities and a bar.
Executive Suites are a smaller option, but they’re luxurious in their own right. Designed primarily with corporate clients in mind, these suites have room for between 16 and 24 people.
Other Sports Played at the Atlanta Georgia Dome
Aside from football, some important basketball games have been played at the Dome – and, of course, it played an important role during the 1996 Olympics when it was divided in two for gymnastics and basketball.