Clemson held a ribbon-cutting for the newly renovated Littlejohn Coliseum on Oct. 14, 2016. The opener against Georgia on Nov. 11 served as the ‘grand reopening’ of the facility, complete with all the bells and whistles. The $63.5 million project was completed after 16 months of renovation, which began almost immediately after the 2014-15 season.
Renovation features include: -Newly configured seating bowl, with court rotating 90 degrees from its prior layout -Swann Pavilion, a newly designed operations complex and practice facility connected to the arena -Burton Gallery, a new 10,000 square foot main entrance space -Expanded portals, allowing for a more accessible in-game atmosphere from the concourse level -Nation’s largest centerhung curved videoboard, as well as ribbon boards atop each portal in the seating bowl -Coliseum club & courtside club premium seating areas -Coaches offices overlooking the practice gym -Expansive space for staff conferences -Locker room for players, coaches and staff -Team film and meeting room -Players lounge -Recruiting lounge -Weight room connecting the players lounge to the practice gym -Athletic training room
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