Rose Bowl Events
Rose Bowl is an American outdoor athletic stadium. Also, the stadium was known as the Spieker Field, situated in Pasadena, California. Firstly, in October 1922, the stadium was formed. In addition, the stadium is noted as the California Historic Civil Engineering landmark as well as National Historic Landmark. The attendee capacity of the stadium is 92,542. Furthermore, the stadium is the 10th largest stadium. In addition, it is the 15th largest stadium in the world and the 11th largest stadium in the United States.
Football in Rose Bowl :
Rose Bowl Game-
The game is played on New Year’s Day following the Tournament of Roses Parade. Since the opening, the Stadium has hosted the bowl game every year except in the year 1942. The highest participated college football bowl game is the Rose Bowl after the year 1945.
BCS National Championship-
The stadium also became part of the Bowl Championship Series since 1998 season. The stadium presented the BCS National Championship Game in 2014. This was the last game before the current College Football Playoff took over the BCS after it celebrated its 100th anniversary of the games.
College Football Playoff semifinals
The Game is one of the six primary bowls of the College Football Playoff (CFP). The 2015 Rose Bowl was the first CFP semifinal game at the Rose Bowl, whose winner advanced to the championship game at AT&T Stadium in Texas on January 12.
Junior Rose Bowl
From the year 1946-71 and 1976-77, the stadium hosted the Junior Rose Bowl. The game countered the California Junior College football champions opposite the Junior Chamber of Commerce in the year 1946 and 1966 and 1976 and 1977.
1983 Army-Navy game
The stadium is the only site to host an Army-Navy Game west of the Mississippi River. The city of Pasadena paid for all the traveling expenses of all the supporters and the students, with the attendee of 81,000.
The stadium presented the Super Bowl for the five times in the year 1977, 1980, 1983, 1987, and 1993. Also, it is one of the spots to host a Super Bowl.
The stadium is also known as one of the most decorated soccer venues in the world. The United States men’s national soccer team took part in the game for 17 times in the stadium and within the top four of any place.
Major global soccer tournaments
The stadium presents the FIFA World Cup finals. In 1994, it presented the men’s final, and in 1999, the women’s final. Both the finals were scoreless. However, the penalty shootouts decided the winner. In addition, the stadium presented the group stage-matched in 2016 of the Copa America Centenario. It is a candidate in presenting the games of the FIFA World Cup in 2026, and the venue will be in the 2028 Summer Olympics.