A larger-than-life team deserves a massive coliseum, especially one named after a man who was both a coach and a General. For the University of Tennessee, Neyland Stadium is that arena. Since Neyland is the third largest football stadium in the U.S. and the biggest in the SEC, there is a huge number of people looking for University of Tennessee Football parking spots.
When the first section of the stadium was opened in 1921, it had a little over 3,000 seats, but after extensive renovations, it can now hold over 102,000 orange-and-white Volunteers fans. The stadium is located quite close enough to the Tennessee River that but fans often bring their boats to the stadium in what is known as the Volunteer Navy. Tennessee Vols football has gotten more popular over the years, making it more difficult to find Neyland Stadium parking spaces. If you plan ahead and book your Neyland Stadium parking spot ahead of time with ParkWhiz, you can save yourself both time and frustration.
Robert Neyland was not only a talented head coach, he was also intimately involved in the design of the arena that would eventually bear his name. Before his death in 1952, Neyland worked on the plans for expanding the stadium himself. These plans worked so well that they are the core of all future expansions since that time. Robert Neyland was enlisted with the US Army during his time as head coach, having to leave twice, once for service in Panama, and the second for WWIl. Under his tutelage, the Vols won nine undefeated seasons and seven conference championships - two in Southern, five in the SEC. Winning isn't everything, but planning for challenges certainly does help. Planning ahead for sporting events is always smart, especially when it comes to NCAA games, so book your University of Tennessee football parking spot in advance with ParkWhiz.
All you need to do is find your game, book your University of Tennessee Football parking spot and print your ParkWhiz parking pass. Bring your pass with you when heading to Neyland Stadium, and then just enjoy the game.
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