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One of the best atmospheres to watch a college football game. 60,000 fans staying to sing Country... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Merlinextralight
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Florida
25 year Season Ticket Holder

The stadium is Electric with the students and alumni cheering on the Mountaineers. Our Mountaineer... read more

Reviewed October 2, 2018
Tom W
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Morgantown, West Virginia
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

One of the best atmospheres to watch a college football game.

60,000 fans staying to sing Country Roads after a home win is a special experience

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Reviewed October 2, 2018

The stadium is Electric with the students and alumni cheering on the Mountaineers. Our Mountaineer is “The Only” college Mascot who can talk and act as a human - because he is! Some stadiums might be bigger, fancier or classy, but Mountaineer Field represents an entire State and it shows.

Thank Tom W
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Reviewed October 2, 2018

Recently, I went with a small group to the K-State vs WVU game. Our seats were great. However, once again the WVU students ruined the experience. Nothing new here. A student threw a football from the upper deck, and it struck a lady in the back of the head just a couple of rows in front of me. This lady was holding a 1 year old baby in her lap. Parking...OMG is this the worst location ever for a college football stadium. If you've been here before, you know. The food selection at the stadium just plain sucks. You already know you're going to pay ridiculous amounts for awful food, but you're better off eating out once you leave. Stay home and watch the game from your favorite chair.

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Reviewed August 14, 2018 via mobile

En route from DC to Nashville—-decided to stop here. Glad I did. WV has a great stadium. I’m an SEC alum (LSU) so fairly biased—-but this place was really cool to see.

Easy on and of from Interstate

Awesome weather in early August.

Thank DiamondDoug44
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Reviewed July 26, 2018 via mobile

I like going to universities to see where the games are played. This was a nice looking stadium. Rock on mountaineers..

Thank terrry61
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Reviewed January 22, 2018

Great place to the Mountaineers take on their Big 12 opponents. Recently refurbished and handicapped accessible. Decent sports venue foods and beers.

Thank Gregory B
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Reviewed November 21, 2017

Lots of fun. Just wish WVU would have won the game but still had a great time. Will be back again. No bad seats at all,

Thank monkey12
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Reviewed November 10, 2017 via mobile

My family and I attended the WVU vs Iowa State University game on Saturday, November 4th, 2017. There have been numerous and very expensive upgrades to the stadium over the last few years. Upgraded consessions and restrooms, new lighting as well as an easy to see videoboard. This thing is huge. There are additional areas to enter and almost no waiting. This place is just beautiful . Nothing matches walking out from under the stadium and through the entrance into where you can 1st view the field. It's special to say the least. We have been coming since my children were very small and I have been coming since the early Don Nelen days. We arrived in town a couple of hours early to enjoy some tailgating before the game. We found very inexpensive parking ($10) that was near the stadium. It wasn't a very far walk at all. WVU came in unranked against a #15 ISU team. Of course Lee Corso always picks anyone but WVU and went with ISU. Go figure. We always try to get into the stadium early enough to see the team workout. We also love to watch the greatest college band in the Nation, "The Pride of WV", do their pregame show and hear "Simple Gifts" as well as our other gameday standards. Their WVU formations are always a thing of beauty. A C-17 did a fly over during the "National Anthem" that was great to watch. Then we enjoyed the hype of watching the band, cheerleaders, and fans line up to welcome the Mountaineers onto the playing field! It's an electric atmosphere. Everyone gets worked up showing the team how much we enjoy them and want them to win. Hearing the "Let's Go" from one side of the stadium and then "Mountaineers!" from the other side, was so loud and rousing. The fans were pumped up and energetic. They were in the game from beginning to end. It great when they are pumped up for the duration of the game for the team. Fans yelled as loud on 1st down, making noise against Iowa's offense, as they did on 3rd down. I put in an earbid to listen to Toney Caridi and team call the game. Then the Mountaineers worked their magic. The 'Eers were way ahead at halftime. The Pride of WV came out again with their "Armed Forces Medley". It was military appreciation day and "The Pride" were awesome as always. Their military formations were spectacular to see. There was a special presentation honoring a 104 year old Pearl Harbor Survivor from WWII. Navy Lieutenant, Jim Downing who was on the USS West Virginia during the attack was recognized. Everyone stood to their feet, applauded him for his brave service to our country, and yelled, "USA,USA,USA!" It was quite moving. Then it was back to the game. The game tightened up and came down to the last couple of minutes to seal the deal, but the Mountaineers beat a ranked team at home. We were here in 2014 when WVU spanked a 4th ranked Baylor, 41-27, upseting them while shocking the sports world. The same happened on this day. Of course we stayed to sing along with John Denver's "Country Roads". Not many people left before the song. To many fans surprise the Iowa State Fans did too. All of the fans were well behaved and friendly. The drive out of our parking lot and out of Morgantown was easy as well. Everyone exercised their patience. As always, "It's a Great Day to be a Mountaineer, wherever you may be!"

Thank James R
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Reviewed November 9, 2017 via mobile

Awesome college football stadium with great traditions. Come early and watch the best band in the land and stay to sing Country Roads when the Mountaineers win!

Thank Ken V
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Reviewed November 7, 2017 via mobile

We went to the Mountaineers versus the Cyclones football game. The game was thrilling and very enjoyable. Mountaineer field is easy to access and enter the stadium.

Our tickets were digital and it only took a moment to access the stadium. We paid $147 for two tickets. And another $20 to park in the purple lot. The $20 is worth the price if you enjoy tailgating. The tailgating in Morgantown is really a neat experience.

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