South
End Zone

The South End Zone will revolutionize the gameday experience for fans attending football games at Bill Snyder Family Stadium in the fall and men’s and women’s basketball games at Bramlage Coliseum in the winter.

Construction Live Cam - South End Zone
Transforming the South Concourse

The South End Zone will transform the south concourse by providing a completely covered walkway area. It will add permanent concessions and restrooms for the first time on the south concourse in the history of Bill Snyder Family Stadium. This will allow fans sitting in the south end of the stadium easier access to utilize the 24 new points of sale and the spacious 1,400 square foot men’s and women’s restrooms while also alleviating congestion and lines to those facilities on the west and east sides of the stadium. Two new video boards will be added to the SW and SE corners of the stadium to mirror the two video boards in the north end of the stadium. A new and improved sound system will also be added with the construction of the South End Zone.

A new 13,500 square foot club space will replace the current Legend’s Room area and be accessed from the concourse at Bramlage or by using the newly created vertical circulations located on the west and east side of the space. The Club space will feature a large center bar, a new kitchen servicing fans at both football and basketball, tall ceilings, numerous flat-screen TVs and plenty of seating and tables to enjoy food, drinks and friends. On football gamedays, this space will be utilized for fans sitting in the new South End Zone premium seats. Plans for this space currently includes 300 club seats, 10 suites and 8 loge boxes. For fans attending men’s and women’s basketball games, the new club will be open, but basketball gameday plans are still being determined at this time.

Other new improvements in Bramlage include pushing the doors and walls out by 17.5’ for the NW and NE points of entry. These renovations will add nearly 4,500 square feet of new concourse space inside Bramlage. A new dining club will be built on the north end of Bramlage seating overlooking the basketball court as well as cosmetic enhancements including limestone walls throughout the concourse.

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  • Estimated Cost$50 Million
  • Target CompletionPrior to 2021 Football Season
  • Square Footage13,500
  • Highlights - Covered Concourse & New Concessions Space
    - Two New Video Boards
    - Distributed Sound System
    - 2,800 Square Feet of New Restroom Space
    - New Premium Seating, including 10 suites, 8 loge boxes, 300 club seats
    - 13,500 Square Foot Club Space
    - Full Service Kitchen & Bar
Premium Seating Coming to the South End Zone
Suite, Loge Box & Club Seats

K-State fans interested in securing premium seats in the new south end zone space should contact Katie Larson, Director of Annual Giving at 785-532-7882 or klarson@kstatesports.com. Those interested will be put on a request list and be accommodated according to their priority point ranking if seating is available. Fans interested in South End Zone seating will be contacted in the fall of 2020 in time for the 2021 K-State Football season.


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Building Champions - South End Zone
The gameday atmosphere is tremendous here at K-State. There’s not a bad seat in the whole place and you are a part of the gameday environment from the first whistle till the ending whistle. The new South End Zone is going to make it an even better environment. We’re going to be enclosed and we’re going to have two huge video boards. There will be another great seating area for fans with all the amenities that you look for in a great stadium. We’ll have it all once we finish this South End Zone project.
K-State Head Coach Chris Klieman
The South End Zone is going to have a major impact when we talk about finishing off the look and feel of Bill Snyder Family Stadium. Two new video boards, an increase and improvement of our sound system to have surround sound within the stadium, the facility itself is going to have premium seating, an unbelievable entertainment area for club and loge seating. Right now, we’re sold out on both the east and west side premium seating and this is going to be another great opportunity for our fan base.
K-State Director of Athletics Gene Taylor
Potential Floor Plans
Taking K-State Athletics to the Next Level

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