Known primarily as home to the Broncos, Sports Authority Field is also home to the Denver Outlaws of Major League Lacrosse. In addition, it also hosts the state's biggest college football game each year between the University of Colorado and Colorado State University. Constructed in a part of Denver that is accessible to many fans, Sports Authority Field is located at 1701 Mile High Stadium Circle near Interstate 25 in the Sun Valley neighborhood. With its own light rail station, Sports Authority Field at Mile High makes it very easy for fans to get to and from the stadium to watch one big game after another.
Like many other stadiums, fans at Sports Authority have many traditions that occur during home games. One of the most famous is known as the "Incomplete Chant." During Broncos home games, each time an opposing quarterback throws an incomplete pass, the fans are prompted by the stadium's public address announcer to yell "Incomplete" as loud as possible, which is followed by what's known as the "sad trombone" sound effect to punctuate the moment. Along with this, another long-standing tradition is having each home game being sold out. In fact, since the stadium opened in 2001 each home game has been a sell-out, carrying on the tradition started at the original Mile High Stadium. Incredibly, each Broncos home game since 1970 has been a sell-out, which is currently the NFL record that seems destined to never end.
Having played host to numerous big games since its opening, Sports Authority Field at Mile High has gained a reputation as one of the loudest and toughest stadiums in which Broncos opponents play. With fans as devoted as the ones currently in the stands, that is another tradition that seems destined to never end.