An additional 3,000 to 4,000 fans will cheer on the Fighting Irish once the Campus Crossroads project is complete.
Enhancements to Notre Dame Stadium include outdoor club-level seating within the east and west buildings. Additionally, terraces will adorn each of these buildings, allowing for a view of both campus and the playing field.
The most visible change will involve the addition of a video board at the top of the south end of the venue, along with ribbon boards along the east and west sides of the stadium. Just as at Purcell Pavilion and the Compton Family Ice Arena, there will be no advertising or commercials associated with use of the video boards. Seating improvements will include the addition of vinyl-clad benches throughout the stadium, replacing the wood bench seats, as well as an increase of the average space available for each fan from 16 inches wide to 18 inches. The additional video boards will allow for the removal of the north scoreboard in order to enhance the view of the Word of Life mural on the Hesburgh Library. Other enhancements include improvements to the Wi-Fi network and existing sound system within the stadium; renovation of restrooms, concession stands, lighting and signage; and an increase in the number of women's restrooms.
The existing press box will be completely removed and replaced by additional seating. The press box will move to the east side of the stadium. NBC Sports will continue to broadcast home football games from the west side of the stadium, however.
Enhancements to the south side of the stadium include a redesigned Frank Leahy Gate, creating a grand entrance to Notre Dame Stadium. No club-level seating is currently planned for the south side of the stadium.