LSU Tiger Athletic Association

The Preservation of Tiger Stadium

About the Project

Letter from Joe Alleva

Dear Tiger Fan,

Prior to the 2010 football season we embarked on a campaign to raise funds
to replace approximately 400 windows in the north end of Tiger Stadium, the
beginning of a beautification project to enhance our historic stadium.

After that project was quickly completed, we moved onto the renovation of the gates
on the west side of the stadium which also includes recognition areas for Tiger All-
Americans, Hall of Famers and the national championship teams of 1958, 2003 and
2007. All of this came to fruition in 2012 thanks to the generosity of many great

As I have said many times before, Tiger Stadium is one of the most iconic venues in
all of college sports, and it is has even more meaning for LSU fans around the world.
The memories that have been created in Death Valley are precious ones and it is
vitally important that we maintain and enhance this 86-year-old home of the Tigers.

Now we have embarked on the next phase of improvements to Tiger Stadium with
the renovation of the gates on the north side of the stadium that will debut in the fall
of 2013 and an expansion of the south end of Tiger Stadium that will open in 2014.

My thanks to the Tiger Athletic Foundation and the many great donors that continue
to help us reach our financial goals for the maintenance and improvement of the
greatest stadium in college sports. There is still much to be done to revitalize Tiger
Stadium, and your participation is critical.

If you are interested in learning more about making donations to future projects,
please contact the TAF Development Department at 225-578-4823 or log on to the TAF website at or

Thanks, Tiger fans. Let's make sure Tiger Stadium lasts for many more great memories.

Geaux Tigers!