Welcome to Miami - Home to Dolphin Stadium, The stadium serves as host to both the Miami Dolphins and the Florida Marlins. Previously known as Joe Robbie Stadium, Pro Player Park and Pro Player Stadium, the stadium has been hosting events for over 20 years now.
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Opening in 1987, Dolphin Stadium (then called Joe Robbie Stadium) was the first stadium built primarily for football, and later used permanently for baseball. Miami Dolphins (NFL) owner Joe Robbie first lobbied for a new stadium in 1984 for the Dolphins.After a site was selected, construction began on December 1, 1985. The first football game was played in August of 1987. Three levels of seats enclose the entire stadium.
When the stadium was built for the Dolphins, Joe Robbie insisted on a rectangular grandstand layout that was wider than needed for football believing that baseball would possibly come to Miami. The stadium hosted 13 pre season baseball games prior to having a team and has had several names over the years. Originally known as Joe Robbie Stadium, it was renamed Pro Player Stadium in 1996 and renamed Dolphin Stadium in January 2005. << more