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Monthly Archives: November 2013
It was announced today that the Miami Hurricanes will host the Cincinnati Bearcats on October 11, 2014 at Sun Life Stadium. This matchup will mark the 12th meeting between the two schools, and the first since 1998. In addition to games against Florida A&M and Arkansas State, this contest is the third non-conference game the Hurricanes are scheduled to play at Sun Life Stadium next season. Cincinnati last played in South Florida in the 2009 when they faced Virginia Tech in the Orange Bowl.
As a part of the Gillette International Soccer Series, Brazil defeated Honduras by a score of 5-0 in front of an electric crowd of 71,124 fans. Benard opened the scoring for Brazil in the 22nd minute of the game to take an early 1-0 lead. The teams went into halftime with Brazil leading 1-0. Brazil dominated the second half. Dante scored first on a goal assisted by Neymar in the 55th minute. Minutes later, Maicon added a goal in the 66th minute, followed by Willian in the 70th and finally Hulk in the 74th minute to give Brazil the 5-0 victory.
Tonight’s attendance of 71,124 for Brazil vs. Honduras was the largest soccer crowd in the history of the state of Florida and Sun Life Stadium. Brazil won tonight’s contest 5-0. “We were thrilled to hear tonight’s attendance,” said Charlie Stillitano, CEO of Relevent Sports. “This was an incredible event for the community, especially for fans of Brazil and Honduras. Tonight’s crowd and the great attendance for the Guinness International Champions Cup this past August demonstrates the drawing power of soccer in South Florida.” “A lot of people from around the United States, Central and South America flew in for tonight’s game,“ said Todd Boyan, Senior Vice President of Operations, Sun Life Stadium.
The Miami Dolphins return to Sun Life Stadium to host the San Diego Chargers this Sunday afternoon. The game marks the first time since 2008 that San Diego will be playing at Miami. Kickoff is scheduled for 4:05 pm. Important times to remember for Sunday’s game: Parking and Tailgating Lots open at 12:00 pm Stadium Gates open at 2:00 pm Kickoff is scheduled for 4:05 pm Before heading to the game, make sure to watch the Miami Dolphins Game Day Video.
On Saturday, Brazil makes their first appearance in Miami in over ten years as they take on fellow 2014 World Cup qualifier Honduras at Sun Life Stadium. The match is scheduled to start at 7:00 pm. Brazil, who automatically qualified for the 2014 World Cup because they are the host, comes into Saturday’s match having won four of their previous five matches. The Brazil roster includes international stars such as Neymar, David Luiz, Dani Alves, Marcelo, Hulk and Robinho and features a total of 14 players from the team that won the 2014 FIFA Confederations Cup in June.
Tickets to the 9th Annual Jazz in the Gardens Music Festival hosted by DL Hughley are now on sale. Jazz in the Gardens will be held on March 15th and 16th at Sun Life Stadium. The 2014 festival will feature live musical performances by Rachelle Ferrell, Trey Songz, Kelly Rowland, Boney James, and Mint Condition. Over 63,000 guests attended Jazz in the Gardens last spring, which featured performances by Grammy award-winning artists such as Charlie Wilson, New Edition, Neyo, Earth Wind & Fire, Kenny “Babyface” Edmonds, Fantasia, Monica, Mary Mary, Najee, and Nicole Henry.
Miami, FL – Sun Life Stadium is committed to ensuring the fan experience is second to none, and the safety of our guests is essential to maintaining this experience. As a result, the NFL Bag Policy that is in effect for Miami Dolphins and University of Miami football games at Sun Life Stadium will also be in place for the Brazil-Honduras Soccer Match this Saturday, November 16th at 7 p.m. Below is important information about the match and the bag policy.