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Bright House Networks Stadiums

Bright House Stadiums 

Bright House Networks is proud to show their community support by sponsoring three major venues, two located in Florida and one in California.

Bright House Networks Stadiums

Bright House Networks UCF Stadium and Bright House Networks Field in Clearwater.

Bright House UCF Stadium

Bright House Networks Stadium

Welcome to Bright House Network's UCF Stadium. Bright House Networks Stadium is the football stadium for the University of Central Florida’s football team, nicknamed the Knights. Located in Knights Plaza on the main campus of the University of Central Florida in Orlando, Florida, the stadium was the first new on-campus stadium in NCAA Division I FBS to open in the 21st century.

The steel and brick clad stadium was designed by 360 Architecture and boasts a seating capacity of 45,301. The largest attended game was an October 2009 match-up versus the Miami Hurricanes with an attendance of 48,453. The Knights moved to the stadium in 2007 from their previous facility, the Citrus Bowl, which is located near downtown Orlando.

Bright House Networks Field Clearwater

Bright House Networks Field

Bright House Networks Field is a baseball stadium located in Clearwater, Florida, in the United States. The stadium was built in 2004 and has a maximum seating capacity of 8,500 people (7,000 fixed seats with additional grass berm seating for 1,500).

The ballpark is the spring training home of the Philadelphia Phillies, and their Class A affiliate, Clearwater Threshers of the Florida State League. A sculpture titled The Ace by artist Kevin Brady stands at the ballpark's west entrance plaza.

Bright House Amphitheatre

Bright House Networks Amphitheater
Bright House Networks is proud to partner with the city of Bakersfield to bring high quality family entertainment at affordable prices to area residents. From movies, to festivals and concerts the Bright House Networks Amphitheatre offers a wide variety of entertainment in a breathtaking setting.

The impressive steel and rock structure of the theater is set apart on an island surrounded by a three acre lake and cobble lined streambed. The streambed circulates water between the audience and stage and contains lighted fountains. The stage area is over 3,000 square feet of surface area and soars over 28 feet to the cross beams. It can accommodate the latest technology in sound and lighting and is versatile enough to allow for an intimate performance for a small crowd, or a major production for thousands.