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  • The Tennessee State football team play two home games in one of the nation’s finest sports venues in Nissan Field, sharing the facility for home games with the National Football League’s Tennessee Titans.
  • The state-of-the-art facility has served as home of the Tigers and the Titans since the 1999 season. Nissan Field is located on the east bank of the Cumberland River in downtown Nashville.
  • Nissan Stadium, which seats approximately 69,143 fans, boasts incredible amenities, ranging from spacious and tastefully appointed locker rooms to massive scoreboards.
  • Nissan Stadium has 144 luxury suites and 9,600 club seats with access to the stadium club and club lounges. There are also approximately 7,500 parking spaces on the site.
  • Nissan Stadium grounds are also designed to help create a park-like setting along the Cumberland River, not just a showplace for bland concrete and asphalt. More than 205 trees have been planted on the 105-acre campus.
  • Tiger fans gather early and stay late to enjoy tailgating on Nissan Stadium grounds. In addition to games featuring the Tigers and Titans. Nissan Stadium also hosts college football’s annual Music City Bowl in late December. Nissan Stadium hosts concerts and other special events during the course of a year.
  • From 1999-2011, TSU played all of its home games at Nissan Stadium. The Tigers returned to Hale Stadium in 2012 and now play home games at both locations.