The Florida State Seminoles, members of the ACC, field a national
powerhouse football team and a less successful and overshadowed men's
The football team plays at huge Doak Campbell Stadium, built in 1950,
which holds 82,000 fans. The stadium has drawn crowds of over
The Seminole hoops team plays at the Tallahassee-Leon County Civic
Center. The arena was built in 1981 and seats 12,200. Unlike
Doak Campbell Stadium, the arena is rarely filled to capacity.
Both venues are located on the FSU campus in Tallahassee.
Parking is available around both stadiums, although you must arrive
early to secure good parking for football games.