The Stadium at Mile High is known by many names. It was previously called as Invesco Field at Mile High and Sports Authority Field at Mile High. But today, it simply goes by Mile High or New Mile High. The many names of the stadium and the repetitive use of “high” in its official titles was due to the Denver Colorado’s Sun Valley neighborhood city altitude of 5,280 feet (1,610m). But by estimated measurements of the local government, it is exactly one mile high.
The Denver Broncos of the NHL is the primary resident of the stadium after it replaced the smaller version of Mile High. Despite the stadium’s primary function as a venue for American football games, it also host Major League Lacrosse with the Denver Outlaws, College football rivalries between the Colorado State University Rams and University of Colorado Boulder Buffaloes, and Drum Corps International competitions for junior drums and bugle corps.
Home Team: Denver Broncos