Luke Kakogeorgiou - A Guide to a Ford Field

Ford Field is a six story glass atrium that gives fans tremendous views of downtown Detroit's skyline. Currently, it seats 65,000 fans but is also expandable up to 80,000 people. It was originally planned to be an outdoor stadium, simultaneously with Comerica Park, which opened in April 2000, as part of a public project to replace Tiger Stadium and the Pontiac Silverdome. Unlike most indoor stadiums, Ford Field allows a large amount of natural light to reach the FieldTurf field, thanks to immense skylights and large glass windows at the open corners. The playing field is 45 feet below street level, allowing fans easier access to their seats.

If you are a Lions fan coming in from out of state, you will want to check out many of the exciting amenities of Ford Field and what the surrounding areas have to offer. Amenities at Ford Field include 8,600 club seats, 140 luxury suites, a club lounge, banquet rooms, conference and convention areas and a Lions team store.

Lukas Kakogeorgiou is a dedicated triathlete and runner enthusiast. He is extremely loyal to all of his local professional sports such as the Lions, Tigers, Pistons and his alma mater, the Wolverines. He was born and raised in Detroit, Michigan and received his medical degree from Michigan University. He is one of the most successful general family practice doctors in the Detroit area over the last 15 years. In his spare time he watches documentaries, enjoys local attractions and architecture and listens to Motown Music. When he's not curing the sick and prescribing medications, Luke loves to drive his classically restored Ford F-150 cross country to exciting outdoor locations where he can camp with family and friends.

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