The American football-playing branch of the Wisconsin Badgers collegiate team play at the Camp Randall Stadium, in Madison, Wisconsin.
The Camp Randall Stadium is the Wisconsin Badgers football team home stadium. It was completed in the year 1917. The address to the stadium is 1440 Monroe Street, Madison, Wisconsin.
The football team known as the Badgers is located in Madison, Wisconsin, as in the University of Wisconsin Badgers. They play their games at Camp Randall stadium.
Camp Randall Stadium has been the home of the Wisconsin Badgers football team since 1895. They wear a red and white uniform that supports their red "W" logo on the helmet.
Wisconsin regiments trained in Camp Randall, in Madison, WI. It later served as a POW camp for captured Confederates. The football stadium the Wisconsin Badgers use is called Camp Randall Stadium to this day.
Camp Randall Stadium has a seating capacity of 80,321 people.
Camp Randall Stadium at the University of Wisconsin, in Madison, WI.
Bob Randall debuted on April 13, 1976, playing for the Minnesota Twins at Metropolitan Stadium; he played his final game on May 31, 1980, playing for the Minnesota Twins at Metropolitan Stadium.