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The Miami Dolphins host the Carolina Panthers this Sunday at Sun Life Stadium. Kickoff is scheduled for 1:00 pm.
Important times to remember for Sunday’s game:
Parking and Tailgating Lots open at 9:00 am
Stadium Gates open at 11:00 am
Kickoff is scheduled for 1:00 pm
Before heading to the game, make sure to watch the Miami Dolphins Game Day Video.
GATE A – PLAYER ENTRANCE
10:00 am: New for the 2013 season, fans can cheer on their favorite players as they enter the stadium before the game.
November 9th – 17th. It was a busy eight days at Sun Life Stadium. Not only did the stadium host the University of Miami homecoming game, an International soccer matchup featuring Brazil and Honduras, and a Miami Dolphins home game, but our grounds crew also installed a new playing surface.
Immediately following the Hurricanes 42-24 loss to Virginia Tech on November 9th, the grounds crew got to work. The first order of business was removing the goalposts and the existing field.
The Miami Hurricanes host ACC Costal Division opponent Virginia this Saturday in their final home game of the year at Sun Life Stadium. Kickoff is scheduled for noon.
The Hurricanes enter this game with a record of 7-3, after dropping their last three contests to Florida State, Virginia Tech and Duke.
Though Virginia enters the game with a record of 2-8, and are 0-6 in ACC play, they have won the previous three meetings with the Hurricanes. The all-time series between Miami and Virginia is tied 5-5.
Fans attending Sunday’s Miami Dolphins-Carolina Panthers game are encouraged to bring canned food and non-perishable food items canned meats (Tuna, chicken, etc.), beef stew, canned vegetables, canned fruits, beans, rice, peanut butter, and macaroni and cheese for Feeding South Florida to Gate E (Don Shula Plaza) at Sun Life Stadium. The canned food drive will run from 9:00 am until kickoff.
To learn more about Feeding South Florida, please click here.
For tickets to Sunday’s game, click here.
Come hungry to Sun Life Stadium this Sunday when the Miami Dolphins host the Carolina Panthers because the Food Truck Invasion returns bring five of South Florida’s favorite food trucks. The gourmet trucks will be serving up food outside of Gate E from 9:00 am until kickoff, and once again after the game.
A branch off of celebrity Chef Ze Carlos Jimenez’s restaurant in Miami, The MexZican Gourmet Food Truck is serving up “simply authentic” Mexican food. The menu consists of traditional corn tortillas stuffed with a variety of fillings ranging from chicken and pork to the Legacy, featuring a blend of brisket, chorizo and chicharron.
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.