More premium seating, as well as a bigger video board, coming to AGCS in 2019. TCU’s Board of Trustees approved fundraising efforts for an Amon G Carter Stadium renovation Tuesday morning, a project that is expected to cost $100 million dollars and begin in May of 2018. The announcement comes courtesy of www.gofrogs.com.
Originally disclosed as part of a survey earlier this fall, the plans became official with Tuesday’s vote. The plans include additional luxury seating, two private clubs, 1,000 additional club seats, and a large balcony that will overlook Frog Alley.
Taking place on the east side of the stadium, the updates will increase the popular premium seating options for Frog fans as well as create several new spaces that can be used for outside events on game days.

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