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The Alamodome is a multi-purpose dome stadium located in San Antonio, Texas. While the venue is primarily used for American football, it has also hosted numerous other events such as basketball games, concerts, and conventions.

The stadium has a seating capacity of 64,000 people, with record attendance being 68,323 when the Golden State Warriors met the San Antonio Spurs on January 13, 2023.

Some of the more notable sporting events that have taken place at the Alamodome include the NCAA Men’s Basketball Final Four, the NFL’s annual San Antonio NFL-CFL Alumni Game, and the U.S. Army All-American Bowl high school football game.

One of the highlights that take place at the stadium is the annual Alamo Bowl, which was first played in 1993 and has since become one of the top-rated bowl games in the country. The game has featured some of the best teams and players in college football history, and has consistently drawn large crowds to the Alamodome. The game typically features teams from the Big 12 Conference and the Pac-12 Conference, and is played on or around December 31st each year.

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    Alamodome FAQ

    The capacity of the Alamodome varies depending on the event being held. For football games, the capacity is approximately 64,000 seats, while the maximum seats available for basketball games lie at around 31,000. Concerts can hold between 17,000 to 72,000 attendes, depending on the stage setup.
    No, the Alamodome roof cannot be opened.
    The Alamodome is fully air-conditioned and the system is capable of maintaining a comfortable temperature inside the stadium regardless of outside weather conditions.

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