Best known as the home of the Citrus Bowl of college football, Camping World Stadium is one of the oldest facilities in the Orlando Centroplex complex. Renovated in the 90s to the tune of close to $40 million, the facility has a holding capacity of 65194, including several luxury boxes, and state-of-the-art amenities and equipment that make it a prime location for sporting events and huge rock super-shows.
The Orlando City Stadium is a modern day football ground that was established in the year 2017. It was built with a grass surface under the guidance of the architect company Populous with modern stadium facilities making it accessible to the public. Teams like the Orlando City SC and Orlando Pride have their home ground at this venue.
Opened in 2007, Spectrum Stadium, formerly the Bright House Networks Stadium, is NCAA Division I's foremost campus stadium to be built in the 21st Century. A part of the University of Central Florida, it is also called The Bounce House as it reverberates every time when fans jump in accord. The turf of the UCF Knights, this open-air football stadium also features a Florida-themed lounge zone in the Carl Black and Gold Cabana area. This state-of-the-art arena ensures your game day is memorable with graphic displays of the on-going match.