Sun Life Stadium
Tired of watching the Miami Dolphins go 8-8 from the confines of your living room? Next year you’ll be able transport the living room experience to Sun Life Stadium. For the price of $75,000 for a four-seat […]
For the fifth year in a row, cyclists will hit the road this weekend as part of the Dolphins Cycling Challenge—an event dedicated to the fight against cancer.
Jim sits down for a rare one-on-one with Stephen Ross, the owner of the Miami Dolphins. The billionaire real estate developer isn’t used to failure, but during his six-year tenure with the team, the Dolphins have a losing record. And when the team does make the news it’s usually over something embarrassing, like locker room bullying. Jim talks to Ross about all of it, as well a variety of other topics from the U.S. economy to presidential politics to whether the Dolphins should acquire Ray Rice.
Florida’s economic-development agency Friday gave support to four professional sports facilities that are seeking state sales-tax dollars to help pay for construction projects.
Construction is underway at Sun Life Stadium as the 27-year-old building stands to get a much needed face lift.
With the Miami Dolphins season over, Sun Life Stadium has begun its major renovation project that will end with new video scoreboards and a canopy that will protect fans from bad weather and sun exposure.
Those looking to ring in the New Year with some football will be heading over to Sun Life Stadium for the Capital One Orange Bowl.
One of the longest standing South Florida football traditions is the annual play of the Orange Bowl.
The state is now in the driver’s seat to review Daytona International Speedway’s application for a $90 million boost to renovate their racetrack.
The Miami Dolphins gave their fans a glimmer of hope last Sunday in New England, getting a big touchdown from Mike Wallace with five seconds left in the first half to draw them within one point of the host Patriots.