Alex G. Spanos Stadium, formerly known as Mustang Stadium, is an 11,075-seat multi-purpose stadium on the campus of California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, California (Cal Poly).
History and renovation 
A view of the Alex G. Spanos Stadium skyboxes
Originally opened in 1935, the 8,500-seat stadium was expanded in 2006 to its current capacity. In addition, the stadium was renamed Alex G. Spanos Stadium after Alex Spanos, a Cal Poly alum and the owner of the San Diego Chargers, in a ceremony on November 18, 2006. The recognition and subsequent renaming was a result of a $4 million dollar donation to renovate Mustang Stadium by Mr. Spanos. This marked the largest single donation in the school's history.
Proposals to further increase the stadium's capacity to 22,000 are still being considered as of 2013.
Current tenants 
Cal Poly Mustang football, as well as both the Cal Poly Mustang men's soccer and Cal Poly Mustang women's soccer teams, play their home games at Alex G. Spanos Stadium. On October 17, 2008, a record 11,075 people saw UC Santa Barbara defeat Cal Poly men's soccer 1-0 in double overtime, the third largest crowd in NCAA history for a non-tournament game.
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