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General
Camping World Stadium
"Orlando Citrus Bowl"
Citrus Bowl Orlando City
Former name(s) Orlando Stadium (1936–1946)
Tangerine Bowl (1947–1975)
Citrus Bowl (1976)
Orlando Stadium (1977–1982)
Florida Citrus Bowl (1983–2013)
Orlando Citrus Bowl (2014–2016)
Owners City of Orlando
Location 1 Citrus Bowl Place
Orlando, Florida 32805
Broke ground 1936
Opened 1936
Renovated 1999–2002, 2014
Expanded 1952, 1968, 1974–76,
1989, 1999–2002
Tenants Orlando City (MLS) (2015–present)
Capacity 8,900 (1936–1952)
10,900 (1952–1968)
15,900 (1968–1975)
52,000 (1976–1989)
65,438 (1989–2014)
65,000 (2014–)
Field dimensions 120 yds × 53.3 yds
Surface AstroTurf (2010–present)
Grass (1936–2009)

Camping World Stadium, also known as the Orlando Citrus Bowl, is a stadium located in Orlando, Florida. The stadium is located in the West Lakes neighborhoods of Downtown Orlando, west of new sports and entertainment facilities including the Amway Center, the Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts and the Orlando City Stadium. It opened in 1936 as Orlando Stadium and has also been known as the Tangerine Bowl and Florida Citrus Bowl.

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Stadiums of Major League Soccer
Eastern Conference (2020)

Audi Field · BMO Field · Exploria Stadium · Gillette Stadium · Lockhart Stadium · Mapfre Stadium · Mercedes-Benz Stadium · Nippert Stadium · Red Bull Arena · Saputo Stadium · Soldier Field · Talen Energy Stadium · Yankee Stadium

Western Conference (2020)

Allianz Field · Avaya Stadium · Banc of California Stadium · BBVA Stadium · BC Place · CenturyLink Field · Children's Mercy Park · Dick's Sporting Goods Park · Dignity Health Sports Park · Nissan Stadium · Providence Park · Rio Tinto Stadium · Toyota Stadium

Secondary

Levi's Stadium · Olympic Stadium · Stanford Stadium

Future

Austin FC stadium (2021) · Bank of America Stadium (2021) · West End Stadium (2021) · New Columbus Crew Stadium (2021) · Miami Freedom Park (2022) · Nashville Fairgrounds Stadium (2022) · St. Louis (2022) · Railyards Stadium (2022)

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Copa América Centenario stadiums

Camping World Stadium (Orlando) · CenturyLink Field (Seattle) · Gillette Stadium (Foxborough) · Levi's Stadium (Santa Clara) · Lincoln Financial Field (Philadelphia) · MetLife Stadium (East Rutherford) · NRG Stadium (Houston) · Rose Bowl (Pasadena) · Soldier Field (Chicago) · University of Phoenix Stadium (Glendale) ·

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