Bryant–Denny Stadium (University of Alabama) [PLASTIC SEAT]
Blanks are chunks of the RED seats mixed with University of Alabama colored resin.
Pen Blanks are a minimum of 3/4" x 3/4"
Bottle Stopper and Ring blanks are 1-1/2" round
Full blocks are 6" x 5.25" and a minimum of 3/4" thick
Knife Scales are 1-3/8" x 5" x 3/8" minimum
All blanks will come with one COA per blank. COAs are 4" x 6" card stock with foil embossed COA seal. (Full Blocks come with 10 COAs.)
All blanks are cut as they are ordered.
Bryant–Denny Stadium is an outdoor stadium in the southeastern United States, on the campus of the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa. It is the home field of the Alabama Crimson Tide football team of the Southeastern Conference (SEC).
Opened 91 years ago in 1929, it was originally named Denny Stadium in honor of George H. Denny, the school's president from 1912 to 1932. In 1975, the state legislature added longtime head coach and alumnus Paul "Bear" Bryant to the stadium's name. Bryant led the Tide for seven more seasons, through 1982, and is one of the few in Division I to have coached in a venue bearing his name.
With a seating capacity of 101,821, it is the fourth-largest stadium in the Southeastern Conference, the seventh largest stadium in the United States and the ninth largest stadium in the world.
These blanks were part of the red plastic seats removed during the 2020 renovations. As part of a larger, 10-year $600 million plan to upgrade campus athletic facilities, the University is planning $92.5 million in upgrades to the stadium, including new social spaces, improved circulation, additional premium seating and upgraded spaces for athletes and recruits. The Walk of Champions will be extended into a new game day locker room via a new tunnel clad with video boards. The project will be funded with $48.4 million in bonds and $35 million from the Crimson Tide Foundation, the fundraising arm of UA athletics. Construction began shortly after the 2019 season.
New LED lights for the stadium were unveiled on the night of August 12, 2019, including a crimson-hued light display by the new installations.