The K-State Nation was introduced to the next critical athletics facility project prior to the WildcatsÕ annual Purple/White spring football game as plans were unveiled for a campaign to fund a new Vanier Football Complex and North Stadium at Bill Snyder Family Stadium.



Phase Three of the Bill Snyder Family Stadium Master Plan, at an estimated cost of $65 million, will feature a new Vanier Football Complex structure that is considered pivotal in maintaining and securing K-StateÕs competitive future and enhancing the overall experience of K-State student-athletes. It will also include a new north end zone seating area and northwest video board as the department continues to offer grass-roots improvements to the Best Fan Experience in the Big 12.
The K-State Nation was introduced to the next critical athletics facility project prior to the WildcatsÕ annual Purple/White spring football game as plans were unveiled for a campaign to fund a new Vanier Football Complex and North Stadium at Bill Snyder Family Stadium. Phase Three of the Bill Snyder Family Stadium Master Plan, at an estimated cost of $65 million, will feature a new Vanier Football Complex structure that is considered pivotal in maintaining and securing K-StateÕs competitive future and enhancing the overall experience of K-State student-athletes. It will also include a new north end zone seating area and northwest video board as the department continues to offer grass-roots improvements to the Best Fan Experience in the Big 12. Courtesy
The K-State Nation was introduced to the next critical athletics facility project prior to the WildcatsÕ annual Purple/White spring football game as plans were unveiled for a campaign to fund a new Vanier Football Complex and North Stadium at Bill Snyder Family Stadium. Phase Three of the Bill Snyder Family Stadium Master Plan, at an estimated cost of $65 million, will feature a new Vanier Football Complex structure that is considered pivotal in maintaining and securing K-StateÕs competitive future and enhancing the overall experience of K-State student-athletes. It will also include a new north end zone seating area and northwest video board as the department continues to offer grass-roots improvements to the Best Fan Experience in the Big 12. Courtesy

K-State unveils next phase of stadium construction

April 26, 2014 06:37 PM

UPDATED April 27, 2014 08:42 AM

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