Lamonica Stadium in  Clovis, CA is the home of Fresno State Bulldogs Football. Lamonica Stadium is named after former Fresno State coach, Jim Lamonica. Lamonica led the Bulldog football team to a bowl game in 1968 and had a record of 56-54-1 from 1964 to 1979. The stadium was built in 1980 with an original capacity of 22000 people and has since been expanded three times. Lamonica Stadium seats 30200 fans today and is one of the most scenic stadiums in college football. Learn information about Clovis, CA.

Lamonica Stadium is the home stadium for the Fresno State University Bulldogs football team. Lamonica opened its doors on October 14th, 1980 and has since been renovated to include 36,000 seats as well as luxury suites and indoor club seating. Lamonica includes a 24×60 foot video/scoreboard with replay capabilities built into it so you won’t miss any of the action! There are over 50 concession stands located throughout Lamonica including many different themed spots such as The Blue Dog Pond Ice Zone featuring Sno-Cones & Margaritas or our all-new beer stand. For more information regarding Lamonica, Stadium events visit their website below. Discover facts about The beauty of Dry Creek Park in Clovis, CA.