It wasn’t good enough for the Denver Broncos to give their fans a Super Bowl title this past February. No, they now need to show up the rest of the National Football League by doing something most of us wouldn’t have even thought about.
— Dana ☀️ Coffield (@danacoffield) March 16, 2016
Yes, that’s a mini stadium in the parking lot of Sports Authority Field at Mile High.
According to the Broncos’ head of business development Mac Freeman, “Mini Mile High” will be about one-eighth the size of the real stadium.
Freeman indicated that the mini stadium is “something to celebrate where the Mile High magic was born.”
It’s slated to debut in time for the 2016 season and will enable fans to use the venue as a place to tailgate and meet prior to the game. It’s replica of the old stadium the Broncos utilized from 1960-2000.
What a genuinely original idea for the Broncos.
H/t to CBS Sports for some of the information provided in this article.