Built as a WPA project in the 1930s, the Glass Bowl has undergone several renovations in the last 60 years. The most extensive of these came in 1990, when seating was expanded from 18,500 to the present capacity of 26,248. A three-story press tower was constructed and houses 40 executive loges, a 400-seat stadium club, and the sports information offices. Fans can watch a live, five-camera closed-circuit broadcast of Rocket games on the more than 75 television monitors throughout the tower. The third component of the $18-million project was the construction of a team facility building -- the Larimer Athletic Complex -- at the open end of the stadium horseshoe.
The stadium hosts the All-Star Review that is sponcered by the Glassmen.