Jack Trice Stadium is a college football stadium in Ames, Iowa. Jack Trice Stadium is the home field of the Iowa State University Cyclones. Jack Trice Stadium opened on September 20, 1975 with a win against Air Force, and it has a capacity of 55,000 seats. The current record for single game attendance is 56,795. It was set in 2007 when the Cyclones played Northern Iowa.
In 1984, the playing field was named in honor of Jack Trice, Iowa State’s first African American athlete and the school’s first athletics related fatality. The Iowa State football stadium, Cyclone Stadium, was renamed to Jack Trice Stadium in 1997, making it the only Division I FBS football stadium named for an African American.