The Mountaineers play at Kidd Brewer Stadium, better known as "The Rock" which sits at 3,333 feet above sea level. Kidd Brewer is one of the most picturesque and intimidating settings in all of college football. Nestled in the heart of ASU's campus, "The Rock" has been the home of the Mountaineers since 1962.
The crown jewel of ASU's $50 million athletic facilities enhancements is the Appalachian Athletics Center, located on the west side of Kidd Brewer Stadium. This 125,000 square foot facility is the home of Mountaineer Football, with all of the amenities needed for a championship program, including the Sofield Practice Facility.
|Date||Season Attendance Averages|
|2010||29,449 (No. 1 in Division I FCS - 136 percent of 21,650-seat capacity)|
|2009||25,969 (No. 1 in Division I FCS - 120 percent of 21,650-seat capacity)|
|2008||28,727 (No. 1 in Division I FCS - 143 percent of 20,150-seat capacity)|
|2007||27,140 (No. 1 in Division I FCS - 163 percent of 16,650-seat capacity)|
|2006||22,589 (No. 2 in Division I-AA - 136 percent of 16,650-seat capacity)|
|2005||23,169 (No. 2 in Division I-AA - 139 percent of 16,650-seat capacity)|