South Carolina provides virtual tour of improvements made to Williams-Brice Stadium for 2020
It’s good to be a Gamecock fan as South Carolina continues to upgrade the fan experience at Williams-Brice Stadium.
That’s something some may take for granted but it’s worth noting that South Carolina continues to reinvest its revenue into improving the game day experience for its fans so that each and every fall improves in Columbia.
When the 2020 season finally rolls around, South Carolina fans will be treated to several new enhancements to enjoy each weekend for the traditions club, the east loge suites, the horseshoe club, the cockaboose club, the 2001 club and loge suites.
Here’s an overview of the renovations to Williams-Brice Stadium provided by South Carolina:
The renovation of this level adds a massive club space of more than 21,000 square feet of enclosed space stretching from ramp to ramp located on the existing club level, one flight below the east upper concourse. 400-level patrons will have exclusive access to new concession stands and restrooms via two new portals connecting them directly from their seats via a new patio feature. This newly enclosed concourse will serve the 3,000+ fans on the 400-level, greatly relieving the strain on the existing upper east concourse. The renovations will also bring new seats for all ticket holders, loge box seating along the top and bottom of the seating area and improved ADA seating opportunities on the 400-level.
The school has issued the following video showcases just what can be expected to be in place by the time the 2020 season arrives.