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Sun Life Stadium, the Dolphins Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida

Super Bowl XLIV Stadium


Home of the Miami Dolphins and the Florida Marlins, Sun Life Stadium has hosted several Super Bowl games, and is the site for the 2010 Super Bowl 44 (XLIV)
Sun Life Stadium, formerly known as Dolphin Stadium, in Miami Gardens, Florida

Sun Life Stadium, formerly known as Dolphin Stadium, in Miami Gardens, Florida

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Sun Life Stadium is a football stadium that also accommodates soccer, lacrosse, and baseball. Sun Life Stadium hosts the Miami Dolphins, the Florida Marlins, and the Miami Hurricanes. Several Super Bowl games and the annual Orange Bowl college football games are played at Sun Life Stadium.

Other Names for Sun Life Stadium:

  • Joe Robbie Stadium
  • Pro Player Stadium
  • Pro Player Park
  • Dolphins Stadium
  • Dolphin Stadium
  • Land Shark Stadium

Location of Sun Life Stadium:

  • 2269 Dan Marino Blvd., Miami Gardens, FL 33056
  • 16 miles northwest of downtown Miami
  • 18 miles southwest of Fort Lauderdale

Construction Dates of Sun Life Stadium:

  • Opened August 16, 1987
  • Renovated and expanded in 2006 and 2007

Dimensions of Sun Life Stadium:

  • Stadium Size - 648 feet x 736 feet
  • Left Field - 330 ft
  • Left-Center - 361 ft
  • Center Field - 404 ft
  • Right-Center - 361 ft
  • Right Field - 345 ft
  • Backstop - 58 ft

Seating Capacity at Sun Life Stadium:

  • Up to 76,500 seats for football, and about half that amount for baseball.

Design Team for Sun Life Stadium:

  • Architect: Populous
  • Structural Engineer: Bliss and Nyitray, Inc.
  • Renovation and Expansion: HOK Sports Facilities Group (Kansas City, MO)

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