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Virginia Cavaliers Basketball Panoramic - John Paul Jones Arena

Virginia Cavaliers Basketball Panoramic - John Paul Jones Arena

SKU: UVA3
This panorama, taken by James Blakeway, spotlights the highly-anticipated, nationally televised matchup between two ACC rivals, the Virginia Cavaliers and the Louisville Cardinals, playing at a sold-out John Paul Jones Arena. John Paul Jones Arena has been the home of Virginia basketball since the 2006-07 season. With a seating capacity of 14,593 for basketball games, JPJ has become known for its raucous crowds and intimidating home court advantage. John Paul Jones Arena also features practice courts, offices and a weight room for both the men’s and women’s basketball programs, in addition to an academic center and student-athlete dining hall.
Virginia Cavaliers Football Panoramic - Scott Stadium Picture

Virginia Cavaliers Football Panoramic - Scott Stadium Picture

SKU: UVA2
This panorama of the University of Virginia's Scott Stadium was taken by Nathan Haler. Scott Stadium's Pergola Plaza and grass hillside help make it one of the nation's most picturesque football stadiums. Located in Charlottesville, Virginia, Scott Stadium opened on Oct. 15, 1931 with a seating capacity of 22,000. The stadium was built thanks to a gift from Frederic and Elisabeth Scott, and was dedicated to the memory of his parents. In addition to serving as the home of Cavalier football, Scott Stadium has hosted performances from the Dave Matthews Band, the Rolling Stones and U2. After several expansion projects, the stadium's capacity is now 61,500.
Virginia Cavaliers Panoramic - Scott Stadium Picture

Virginia Cavaliers Panoramic - Scott Stadium Picture

SKU: UVA1
This panorama, photographed by Christopher Gjevre, spotlights the Virginia Cavaliers football team on their home turf, Scott Stadium. Built to replace the old Lambeth Field, Scott Stadium opened in 1931 and was named after University Rector Frederic Scott. Today, 61,500 fans pack in to watch Cavalier football. Known for its unique "grass-seating" area called "The Hill," it is one of the most beautiful college football facilities in America. The university, established in 1819 in Charlottesville, Virginia, is a public university founded by Thomas Jefferson - the first and only President of the United States to found an institution. Today, it educates over 20,100 students.
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University of Virginia Cavaliers Panoramic Pictures

University of Virginia Cavaliers Panoramic Pictures | Virginia Cavaliers Logo

The University of Virginia is home to the athletic teams known as the Virginia Cavaliers, also known as the Wahoos or Hoos. Playing in NCAA Division I/FBS in the Atlantic Coast Conference since 1953, the Cavaliers have ranked among the top 5 teams nationally across multiple sports over the years.

Virginia football has made its home at Scott Stadium since 1931, and currently seats over 61,500 fans. The official name of the venue is the Carl Smith Center, Home of David A. Harrison III Field at Scott Stadium - it's easy to see why fans so often shorten it to its nickname. The stadium sits on the grounds at the University of Virginia in Charlottesville, west of Brown College and east of Hereford College. The Virginia Cavaliers football program was established in 1888, and holds a widely-attended annual game vs. the North Carolina Tar Heels famously called the "South's Oldest Rivalry." Virginia football holds high interest for fans in the modern era, and has produced a number of famous players and coaches, including dozens of NFL players.

John Paul Jones Arena is home to Virginia Cavaliers basketball, and opened in 2006. As of January 2017, Virginia held the ACC's longest winning streak in the institution's history, and longest streak as an AP Top 25 ranked team. Over 14,500 fans attend home games, and have cheered on Cavaliers basketball to years of exciting achievements.

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