Dolphin Stadium is located in Miami Gardens, Florida, 15 miles north of downtown Miami. Opened in 1987, the stadium is home to the National Football League’s Miami Dolphins and Major League Baseball’s Florida Marlins. Dolphin Stadium hosts Super Bowls, Major League Baseball World Series games and the Orange Bowl. The stadium also schedules star-studded concerts, family shows and monster truck events. Dolphin Stadium accommodates more than 75,540 spectators at its modern facility.
Dolphin Stadium features numerous state-of-the-art amenities. A recent $300 million renovation produced sports bars, restaurants, a museum, galleries and a team store. Additionally, the stadium’s hi-definition video boards are the largest in professional sports. The stadium also features several premium-seating options to turn game time into party time. Club Seats include exclusive services, Premium Suites provide luxury amenities for private or corporate parties, and The Hall of Champions area accommodates groups up to 150 and features premium indoor and outdoor seating.
Dolphin Stadium enhances the visitor experience with an array of culinary delights, including Caribbean and Asian cuisine, gourmet ice cream, fresh Cuban coffee and a selection of grilled entrees. Cutting-edge wireless technology is pending at Dolphin Stadium and will allow fans to order food and drinks from their seats. For pre-game entertainment, SportsTown, the stadium’s entertainment complex, features interactive games, souvenir kiosks and food vendors. On non-event days, the stadium conducts tours for groups of 15 or more.
Several hotels are located near Dolphin Stadium. El Palacio Boutique Hotel & Suites, Holiday Inn North Miami-Golden Glades and Golden Glades Inn-Conference hotel stand less than 3 miles away. Five miles from Dolphin Stadium, EconoLodge Inn & Suites-Hollywood Boulevard, Oakwood at Windsor-Pembroke and Best Western-Hallandale offer comfortable accommodations and home-style amenities.