Neyland Stadium Panoramic (50 yard line)
This panorama of Neyland Stadium, photographed by James Blakeway, captures the Tennessee Volunteers football team playing before a sold-out home crowd. This SEC football team is known for its superior winning achievements, especially at historic Neyland Stadium. Opened in 1921 as Shields-Watkins Field, the stadium was renamed Neyland Stadium in 1962 in honor of former athletic director and coach, General Robert Neyland. Today, capacity is over 102,000, making it the fourth-largest stadium in the nation and seventh-largest in the world. Established in 1794 as Blount College, the University of Tennessee, located in Knoxville, currently enrolls over 26,400 students.
This Tennessee Football panoramic print shows a full Neyland Stadium on gameday. This print is available framed in either a mahogany, walnut or black wood frame. When framed the print comes with school color mats and premium clear glass. ORDER TODAY!
Print only size - 13.5"(v) x 40"(h)
Framed print size - 15"(v) x 42"(h)
The image above is of the print when purchased with a framing option, NOT print only. If you would like a framing option, please make sure to select one from the list to the right of the image. All framed prints are WALL READY. They include a hanger and directions for hanging.
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