BBVA Compass Stadium, Houston’s newest downtown stadium, celebrated its groundbreaking on February 5, 2011. When the 22,000-seat venue opened in mid-2012, the players, coaches, employees, and fans finally had a home to call their own.
The stadium was designed by Populous, the architecture firm behind new Yankee Stadium in New York, as an iconic piece of architecture that echoes both the rich industrial heritage of the urban East Downtown site.
The stadium is located closer to downtown than any other American Major League Soccer stadium, while its clear sightlines and intimate setting make it unique among Houston stadiums. Situated on a six-block urban site near Houston landmarks including Minute Maid Park, the George R. Brown Convention Center, and the Toyota Center, BBVA Compass Stadium is easily accessible for patrons from the entire Houston metropolitan area.
Inside the stadium, fans utilize the wide concourse to access both lower and upper seating sections. Fans throughout the stadium, from field-side seats to luxury suites to upper-bowl sections, feel like part of the action thanks to the intimate feel and close proximity of all seating areas to the pitch.
BBVA Compass Stadium
2200 Texas Street
Houston, TX 77003
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