Georgia State reveals logo and Twitter handle for new football stadium
A rendering of Turner Field as a Georgia State Panthers football stadium, the cornerstone of a $300 million mixed-use development and southern extension of Georgia State's campus. The stadium is slated for conversion into a football stadium with an initial capacity of 22,000 seats that could expand to 33,000. Source: Georgia State
Georgia State University revealed its logo and Twitter handle for Georgia State Stadium, the school's new football stadium opening in August, converted from the Braves' former home of Turner Field near downtown.
The new logo (above) features a silhouette of the Atlanta skyline and commemorates the team’s first year in the new stadium, which is set to open with the Panthers’ matchup with Tennessee State at 7 p.m. on Aug. 31. The stadium’s Twitter handle will be @GSUStadium.
When the conversion of the stadium is complete, the stadium should seat 22,000 people. In addition to Panther football games, the stadium will host graduation, concerts, and other events.