The Paradise, Nevada stadium is located west of Mandalay Bay. It is also west of Interstate 15.
Outside of being the home of the Raiders, it is also the home of the UNLV Rebels football team. The Las Vegas Bowl and the Vegas Kickoff Classic are also played at this venue.
Construction began in November 2017. The Stadium cost $1.9 billion to create.
The Las Vegas Stadium Authority owns the facility. However, AEG Facilities operate within the stadium.
MANICA Architecture HNTB architected the site. Others helping create the stadium include ICON Venue Group, ARUP, Smith Seckman Reid, Inc., Mortenson Construction, and McCarthy Construction.
The Stadium has already adopted the nickname of “The Death Star.” There is a sponsorship agreement with Allegiant Air for the naming rights.
No fans were allowed at the stadium during the 2020 NFL season. Owner Mark Davis said if there would be no fans due to the coronavirus pandemic that he would not attend.
Their first game with fans in attendance came on September 13, 2021, in a win over the Baltimore Ravens on Monday Night Football.
The 2022 Pro Bowl will be hosted at the venue. The NFL has announced that the Super Bowl will take place at this site on February 11th, 2024.
The Shamrock Series will take place at the Stadium between the BYU Cougars and the Notre Dame Fighting Irish on October 8th, 2022.
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