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University of Michigan Stadium

The "Big House" is one of the most famous sports facilities in the United States and has come to symbolize the pride, tradition and excellence of the University of Michigan. There is truly no place like it on a fall Saturday afternoon. Aside from college football, Michigan Stadium has also hosted several international soccer matches. The Michigan Stadium is not open to the general public for exercising, walk-in tours, drop-in photo ops, etc. For a fee, guided tours are held on weekdays and may be arranged through the Special Events Office.

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University of Michigan Stadium

The "Big House" is one of the most famous sports facilities in the United States and has come to symbolize the pride, tradition and excellence of the University of Michigan. There is truly no place like it on a fall Saturday afternoon. Aside from college football, Michigan Stadium has also hosted several international soccer matches. The Michigan Stadium is not open to the general public for exercising, walk-in tours, drop-in photo ops, etc. For a fee, guided tours are held on weekdays and may be arranged through the Special Events Office.

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