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It was a few years ago and they are doing upgrades currently but had a blast here for B.C, Football games !!!!!!!!!! back then you could tailgate in the parking lot (with parking pass of course) - then go enjoy the game and have a...More
My husband and I and our four children visited Alumni stadium this past weekend to see Syracuse play Boston College. We had a wonderful time and the stadium was absolutely beautiful. The only complaint I have is that when I went to buy my kids...More
What a great city and great atmosphere. But what a horrible stadium. Here are facts
- 1 bathroom for the WHOLE Endzone and it’s four floors down if your on upper level! Really that ought to be against the law!
- Food options are very...More
Awful experience, bathroom line was 45min. Beer line 20 minutes. They added beer stands but did nothing to upgrade their bathroom facilities. Time to upgrade your stadium BC, maybe get a QB while you’re at it
While attending a Notre Dame - Boston College football game as a fan of the visiting team, the BC/Alumni Stadium staff were friendly, helpful and overall outstanding. The recent addition of beer/wine sales during games is an excellent plus, particularly for those of us that...More
My wife and I, accompanied by friends, recently attended a Boston College (BC) football game. Our friends son is a player for BC and we were delighted at his play and their ultimate win. The stadium atmosphere was electric, including the BC band and cheerleaders....More
Alumni Stadium is a great venue for football. You get a chance to see National Power-Houses like Clemson, Florida State, and Notre Dame. There is not a bad seat in the stadium, but the best seats are the ones that face away from Boston because...More
The stadium is a relic from the Flutie era when "men were men" and BC was a shinning star in collegiate football. Those days are gone and so is the relevancy of the stadium - a facility built for a capacity that doesn't show up....More