The first images of what Neyland Stadium could look like after renovations are complete and were sent out in a survey to Tennessee supporters, according to Grant Ramey of the Knoxville News Sentinel.
The university declined to make the images public since they are conceptual.
Tennessee athletic director Dave Hart emailed supporters on April 19 asking for feedback concerning potential changes to Neyland Stadium, Ramey reported.
The renovations could include adding club seats, suites and a club lounge in the south end zone, as well as an addition to the upper level in the south end zone. Some other potential renovations could include more “ledge seats” at the top of the lower bowl, and adding patio boxes in the lower bowl, among other changes.
No decisions regarding the potential renovation have been finalized and the renovations will not affect the upcoming season.
The primary objectives for the planned renovation include widening concourses in the south and east sides of the stadium, along with improving restrooms and technology, such as video boards, cell service and sound, according to Ramey.
To see screenshots of the potential renovations, check out Ramey’s Knoxville News Sentinel piece.