Why go out to the sports bar, when you could build one in your own home?
If a crowded sports bar or the image of your friends and family all fighting to see the same television screen come to mind when you think of college football season, it’s time for you to consider bringing the stadium to your home. With the right system, the best seat for the Florida State, University of Miami, or University of Florida game is in-house.
When it comes to designing the ultimate in-home experience for game day viewing, most people think immediately of a bar-like atmosphere, with comfy furniture and lots of entertaining space. But what really puts your guests in a game mood is the immersive experience set by the sights and sounds of game day, brought to you via a large projection screen with high-definition projector and a complete surround sound system.
You’ll never have to worry about finding a good seat at the only bar in town playing your game; nor will you have to look at the opposing team’s fans sitting next to you. Your personal stadium can be customized around your favorite Gators, Seminoles, or Hurricanes colors and memorabilia to create an “ultra-engaging sports experience,” complete with color-coded acoustic paneling and complementary comfy theater seating. This level of personalization paired with the best in audio and video, can make every Saturday game, a game to remember.
And if fantasy sports are more of a “high-stakes pursuit” than just a hobby for you, consider integrating multiple screens so you can view multiple games at once – ensuring you never miss a play. Toggle between audio and screen views at the touch of a button, and have the advantage of tracking stats as the game broadcasts live.
For those that are more like sports fanatics than sports enthusiasts, the options aren’t just limited to your stationary home. Consider taking your dedication on the road and deck out a mobile home like these Auburn football fans, so that you always have the home-field advantage. Or if traveling isn’t your thing, consider building the epitome of fandom, like this Cubs fan did.