University of Tennessee - Neyland StadiumThis panorama of Neyland Stadium, photographed by James Blakeway, captures the Tennessee Volunteers football team playing before a sold-out home crowd. This SEC football team is known for its superior winning achievements, especially at historic Neyland Stadium. Opened in 1921 as Shields-Watkins Field, the stadium was renamed Neyland Stadium in 1962 in honor of former athletic director and coach, General Robert Neyland. Today, seating capacity is 102,037, making it the fourth-largest stadium in the nation and seventh-largest in the world. Established in 1794 as Blount College, the University of Tennessee, located in Knoxville, currently enrolls over 26,400 students.
Bring your wall alive with football glory in the SEC heartland - Vols football at Neyland like you've never seen it before! This spectacular, rare Vols print features a glorious moment in the 2009 shellacking of the rival Georgia Bulldogs - another big third down run that helped lead to another touchdown in the 45-19 win. Printed in brilliant color and perfect focus on high-quality paper stock, and complete with a sharp white border that includes the official team logo and a brief descriptive paragraph, this is both a beauty for the wall of home or office, and a great collector's item for years to come. Perfect for the wall of any student, alumnus, athlete, Vols fan, or Tennessee native!