2013/11/30 18:45:00 America/Chicago
Kyle Field - The Beginning

Kyle Field was named after Edwin J. Kyle, the athletic council President and the Dean of Agriculture who led the way in getting a new facility built for the Aggies.

I want to do the impossible, I want to make Kyle Field even louder than it already is.
Kevin Sumlin
Texas A&M Head
Football Coach
East Side Renovations
East Side Renovations
Johnny Manziel
Texas A&M
I can tell you there is not a better feeling than running out of the tunnel onto Kyle Field in front of the 12th Man. Our atmosphere is the very best in the country and our fans are smart and loud. I am excited about the new Renovations at Kyle Field because I think we are taking something that is already great, and making it even better.
East Facade Aerial
East Concourse View
East Facade March In
West Side Renovations
West Side Renovations
Eric Hyman
Texas A&M Athletic Director
There’s a good foundation to build on as we move forward.  If you ever think you’re there and become complacent, your competition goes flying by you.
Founders Suite View
Suite View 2
Suite View
View of Northwest Corner Entry Point
Loge Boxes
View of West Side Stadium Club
West Side Plaza View
North End Renovations
North End Renovations
In 1929, grandstands were added on the north and west ends, turning the facility into a 33,000-seat horseshoe.
Capacity was raised to 41,500 in 1953 when a partial second deck and a pressbox were added at a cost of $346,000. More of second deck and other improvements were added in 1967 to raise the capacity to 48,000 at a cost of $1,840,000.
The Progression of
the North End
South End Renovations
South End Renovations
Kyle Field is ranked as the #4 stadium in the nation by The Sporting News and was considered one of the most intimidating stadiums in its former conference, the Big 12 Conference.