Amazing experience Good game and Go Dolphins, we see you nex time
Traffic and parking is a nightmare
Been to over 30 nfl and college stadiums and Miami has the worst traffic and parking, they close turnpike north after games, stadium is ok but not worth the hassle
Fins Game v Bears
Great game, excellent facility staff. Highly recommended to anyone visiting South Florida.
Most exciting football game I think I've ever seen
Although the Chicago Bears were asleep during the first half, they came back in the third quarter and steadily put points on the board and it became a brutal back-and-forth contest tying the game several times until they had to finally go into overtime. The dramatic field goal at the end giving the Dolphins the win made the game even more intense. ;)
Miami is too hot to put a roof that blocks any potential for a breeze. Either close the stadium and add AC or place large fans to move the air around. Not going back until the weather gets colder. Unbearable heat.
Miami was nice. The Stadium was cool. The people were hospitable.
First time @ stadium ...love it ....to bad the bears lost
Packed in like sardines
The stadium was nice. However, seating was terrible. We were packed in like sardines. Anyone of above average weight cannot sit comfortably in the seats.
Best customer treatment ever!
Although the Bears lost, the attentive service given by the stadium employees was exceptional!
Game was great but the tickets I purchased never stated I’d be standing for the whole game
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Miami Dolphins at Hard Rock Stadium
Hard Rock Stadium is a global entertainment destination that serves as home to the Miami Dolphins, University of Miami football team, Orange Bowl, Super Bowl LIV and the 100th anniversary of the NFL, College Football Playoff 2021 Final, major concerts, international soccer and a host of world-class events. The facility recently completed a $500 million, multi-year renovation privately funded by owner Stephen Ross.
Dolphins 2018 Season
The Dolphins enter the 2018 season with several notable offseason additions, adding Pro Bowl players such as running back Frank Gore, defensive end Robert Quinn and guard Josh Sitton. They join emerging youngsters such as running back Kenyan Drake and cornerback Xavien Howard along with established veterans, such as Pro Bowl safety Reshad Jones and the return of quarterback Ryan Tannehill. The 2018 season marks the third for Head Coach Adam Gase. He joined Pro Football Hall of Famer Don Shula as just the second coach in team history to post a six-game winning streak when he led the Dolphins to a 10-6 mark and playoff berth in 2016, his first season as head coach. Gase is one of four head coaches in team history to lead the Dolphins to the playoffs in his first year as head coach.
Dolphins Team History
The Miami Dolphins are one of the most successful NFL teams in history. Owned by Chair of the Board & Managing General Partner Stephen M. Ross, they are the oldest continuous major-league professional sports franchise in the state of Florida. The Dolphins were founded by Joe Robbie in 1965 and began play in the American Football League as an expansion team in 1966, joining the NFL as part of the AFL-NFL merger in 1970. Since 1970, the Dolphins have the fourth-best regular-season record in the NFL and are in the top 10 among any team in the four major professional sports in North America. The team have posted at least 10 wins in 22 of its 52 seasons, made 23 playoff appearances, won 13 division titles, five AFC championships and two Super Bowls. The 1972 Dolphins are the only fully undefeated team in NFL history, finishing the year 17-0 with a victory in Super Bowl VII. The Pro Football Hall of Fame houses nine players and one coach (Don Shula) who spent the majority of their careers with the Dolphins, including greats such as Larry Csonka, Bob Griese, Dan Marino and most recently, Jason Taylor. Three Dolphins have had their jerseys retired – Csonka’s #39, Griese’s #12 and Marino’s #13. The Dolphins play home games in Miami Gardens at Hard Rock Stadium and train at Baptist Health Training Facility at Nova Southeastern University in Davie, Florida. For more information, visit dolphins.com.