Empower Field at Mile High

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Empower Field at Mile High
Location Denver, Colorado
Opened August 11, 2001
Other Names Broncos Stadium (2018-19)
Sports Authority Field (2011-18)
Invesco Field (2001-11)
Tenants Denver Broncos (2001-present)
Colorado Rapids (2002-06)

Empower Field at Mile High is an outdoor venue located in Denver, Colorado. It replaced Mile High Stadium.

List of credited publications

League Date/Season Team(s) Type
National Football League September 20, 2009 Denver Broncos vs. Cleveland Browns Program
November 14, 2010 Denver Broncos vs. Kansas City Chiefs Program
January 8, 2012 Denver Broncos vs. Pittsburgh Steelers Program
September 9, 2012 Denver Broncos vs. Pittsburgh Steelers Program
January 19, 2014 Denver Broncos vs. New England Patriots Program
January 11, 2015 Denver Broncos vs. Indianapolis Colts Program
November 15, 2015 Denver Broncos vs. Kansas City Chiefs Program
January 24, 2016 Denver Broncos vs. New England Patriots Program
December 31, 2017 Denver Broncos vs. Kansas City Chiefs Program
December 29, 2019 Denver Broncos vs. Oakland Raiders Program

See also

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