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FIU Stadium Expansion
Will the the FIU stadium expansion project to 45,000 seats be completed by 2010 when Rutgers comes to town.
04-10-2009 01:20 PM
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(04-10-2009 01:20 PM)panite Wrote:  Will the the FIU stadium expansion project to 45,000 seats be completed by 2010 when Rutgers comes to town.

No...It will still be the current 18,000 seats, I believe....the second phase of the stadium would be completed by the 2011 season, which would add the total capacity to around 23,000-25,000. Then, when money is ready, and IF an increase in capacity is immediately warranted, will they try to reach the ultimate figure. But, to my understanding, there is no funding...as of now...for the 3rd and (possibly) future phases...
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