Sun Devil Stadium was later the home of the Phoenix (later Arizona) Cardinals from 1988 to 2005.
The Cardinals relocated to Phoenix despite the condition of Sun Devil Stadium and the Wranglers' attendance woes.  The Cards would experience similar troubles drawing fans until moving out of Sun Devil Stadium in 2006.

Constructed in 1958 as the home of Arizona State University's Sun Devils, Sun Devil Stadium was home to the Arizona Wranglers of 1983 and 1984, and the Arizona Outlaws of 1985.

With a seating capacity of 70,491 at the time, today Sun Devil Stadium can seat up to 73,379 fans.  In 1988 the St. Louis Cardinals relocated to Phoenix, calling Sun Devil Stadium their home until constructing a new facility in nearby Glendale in 2006.  The stadium played host to the pro football world as the site of Super Bowl XXX, and of the college football world as host of the annual Fiesta Bowl game from 1971 to 2006. 


Tempe, Arizona


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