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 Network Associates Coliseum - Network Associates Coliseum Tickets and Seating Chart Info.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
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  Network Associates Coliseum - Network Associates Coliseum Tickets and Information
Network Associate Coliseum is a home of the Oakland Raiders for more than twenty years; Network Associates Coliseum has been the house of the Oakland Raiders for two unlike periods.
The Network Associate Coliseum stadium was constructed deep in the ground, permitting fans to enter on the higher deck level.
Network Associate Coliseum intended to be multipurpose; the Raiders were the only occupant of the coliseum for two years.
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 Network Associates Coliseum
The Network Associates Coliseum (formerly called the Oakland/Alameda County Coliseum) is located 3 miles from Oakland International Airport and has nearly 10,000 on-site parking spaces.
The Network Associates Coliseum offers several choices, all of which include preferred parking, a private entrance to the stadium and a premier catering service.
Network Associates Coliseum would have to be expanded by 10,000 seats to meet NFL requirements and the group says it can sell naming rights to fund the expansion.
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 Network Associates Coliseum
The Network Associates Coliseum (formerly called the Oakland/Alameda County Coliseum) is located 3 miles from Oakland International Airport and has nearly 10,000 on-site parking spaces.
The Network Associates Coliseum offers several choices, all of which include preferred parking, a private entrance to the stadium and a premier catering service.
Network Associates Coliseum would have to be expanded by 10,000 seats to meet NFL requirements and the group says it can sell naming rights to fund the expansion.
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 Network Associates Coliseum - InfoSearchPoint.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Network Associates Coliseum is a stadium located in Oakland, California that is used for football and baseball games.
In 1966, the city of Oakland constructed Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum for two reasons: as a new stadium for the Oakland Raiders and also in an effort to lure the Kansas City Athletics to Oakland.
In 1998, Network Associates agreed to pay $5.8 million over five years for the naming rights and the stadium became known as "Network Associates Coliseum," or sometimes, simply, "the Net."
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 Network Associates Joins A's Corporate Partners
September 25th Pyrospectacular Celebrates Launch of Network Associates Coliseum OAKLAND, Calif., Sept. 23 /PRNewswire/ -- Network Associates, Inc. (Nasdaq: NETA), to celebrate their acquisition of the licensing of the naming rights and launch of Network Associates Coliseum, is sponsoring the Oakland A's Fan Appreciation Pyrospectacular Friday, September 25th.
Prior to the game, there will be a reception (open to the media) to celebrate Network Associates new deal at the Oakland Arena Plaza Club at 5:30 P.M. Representatives of the Oakland A's, Network Associates, Alameda County and the City of Oakland will be there.
Network Associates is excited to form this partnership.
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 johnnyroadtrip.com - Oakland's Network Associates Coliseum
Network Associates Coliseum, formerly known simply as the Oakland Coliseum, is home to the Raiders of the NFL and baseball's Athletics.
The Coliseum underwent extensive renovations to add seats and skyboxes in the baseball outfield to be used for the Raiders.
The Coliseum was home to the Raiders from 1966 until 1981, when the team moved the Los Angeles.
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 SurfWax: Company News and Articles On Network Associates
Network Associates Coliseum, Oakland Went from one of the best to one of the worst as soon as the Raiders got their grubby hands on it to remodel it.
Bookers, who are network associates responsible for booking interviews for news shows, were thrusting white envelopes with entreaties from network news programs through her car window and at other jurors as they drove from a secured parking lot after the verdict.
In Oakland, Network Associates Coliseum is two-thirds empty with a division rival in the house and a playoff spot at stake.
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 Network Associates Hits One Out of the Park by Debuting Network Associates Coliseum
This is another creative move by Network Associates to brand the less than one year old security and network management company, formed late last year by the merger of McAfee Associates and Network General, two leading Bay Area software companies.
Network Associates and the Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum Authority agreed to a ten-year contact worth $5.8 million over the first five years, with option to terminate the contract after five years.
Network Associates will also be holding a press reception on Friday, September 25, 1998 from 5:30 p.m.
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 McAfee Coliseum? Get used to it
The stadium has been known as the Network Associates Coliseum since 1998, but Network Associates announced on Thursday that it plans to change the name to the McAfee Coliseum because the company is renaming itself McAfee Inc. to focus on security products and services.
Officials at Network Associates, which is based in Santa Clara, couldn't be reached for comment.
Network Associates bought the Coliseum naming rights in 1998 for $13.2 million over 10 years.
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 Stadiums of the NFL-McAfee Coliseum-Oakland Raiders
In the mid 1940’s Oakland officials first proposed that a new stadium be built in the area in an effort to try to attract a baseball and football team.
The Oakland Coliseum was converted two ways from baseball to football when the A’s moved into the stadium.
In 1998, the Oakland Coliseum was renamed Network Associates Coliseum.
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 Network Associates Coliseum
The Coliseum, located three miles from Oakland International Airport, was built by the City of Oakland and the County of Alameda.
The all-time Coliseum record for football attendance is 61, 656 fans on November 4, 1996, when the Raiders hosted the Denver Broncos in a Monday Night Football contest.
It was renamed Network Associates Coliseum in October, 1998, when the company agreed to pay $5.8 million to put their name on the stadium for 5 years.
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 NETWORK ASSOCIATES COLISEUM   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Network Associates Coliseum, located at 7000 Coliseum Way, Oakland, CA 94621, is the home of the Oakland Raiders of the National Football League and the Oakland Athletics of Major League Baseball.
Officials of the city began proposing the idea of a new stadium in the 1940s, but it wasn’t until 1960 that a plan was designed, and in 1992, the groundbreaking procedures took place on what was to become Network Associates Coliseum.
The Raiders were the only team to occupy Network Associates Stadium for the first two seasons, but before the 1968 season, the Oakland Athletics made the move from Kansas City.
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 McAfee Coliseum - Oakland, California
Having not seen many good reviews of McAfee Coliseum, I was not expecting much on my first visit there in 2000.
So the atmosphere was probably not like it normally is. The parking lots were full of tailgaters, and the park packed with screaming fans.
This probably added to my enjoyment of McAfee Coliseum, though I still think this park would be an enjoyable place to see a game on any given day.
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 Network Associates Coliseum - Network Associates Coliseum Tickets
All of our Network Associates Coliseum Tickets are either shipped via Federal Express or available for pick up at one of our four Los Angeles offices..
If you are coming from San Francisco to Network Associates Coliseum: go east on Bay Bridge to I-580 toward Hayward to downtown Oakland and I-880 South, exit at 66th Ave and you are there.
If you are coming from Sacramento to Network Associates Coliseum: take I-80 West to Oakland, I-580 toward Hayward and I-980 to downtown Oakland, then I-880 South, exit at 66th Avenue and you are there.
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 Network Associates Coliseum
Network Associates Coliseum, located in Oakland, California, is one of the few baseball stadiums that also serves as home to another professional team, in this case, the Oakland Raiders of the National Football League.
Network Associates Coliseum was built in 1966 and was built for only $25.5 million dollars.
The stadium was quite bland and was therefore renovated at the conclusion of the 1995 season.
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 Wikipedia: Oakland Raiders
In spite of success, head coach John Madden left to pursue a career as a television football commentator.
In 1982, the Oakland Raiders moved to Los Angeles, California to play their home games at the Los Angeles Coliseum.
In 1987, the Raiders drafted two-sport athlete Bo Jackson after he originally decided not to play pro football in 1986 when the Tampa Bay Buccaneers drafted him in the first round.
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 McAfee Coliseum - Oakland A's
But the Coliseum was forever changed as a baseball venue when the NFL’s Raiders decided to move back to Oakland in 1995.
One of the most frustrating things for the Oakland A’s organization has to be their close proximity to SBC Park, the new home of the San Francisco Giants that is located on the Bay waterfront just 16 miles away.
Network Associates was renamed McAfee in 2004 and the name of the Coliseum changed, although signs on the Interstate still point fans to Network Associates Coliseum
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The Coliseum has 144 luxury suites and 9,600 club seats with access to the stadium club and club lounges.
The Coliseum grounds are also designed to help create a park-like setting along the Cumberland River, not just a showplace for bland concrete and asphalt.
The Coliseum was designed by HOK Sports Facilities Group of Kansas City, MO., which also designed Nashville Arena.
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 Clem's Baseball ~ Oakland Coliseum
Oakland Coliseum stood out in being one of the few baseball stadium to lack any roof; the only other such stadiums during the 1970s were Memorial Stadium (in Baltimore), Metropolitan Stadium (in Minnesota), San Diego (later Jack Murphy) Stadium, and Jarry Park in Montreal.
Oakland Coliseum was home to the Oakland Raiders football team before the A's even came to town, but in 1982 the Raiders moved to Los Angeles, and for the next 15 years the A's had the house all to themselves.
Beginning in 1998 it was formally known as "Network Associates Coliseum," and in late 2004 it was changed again to "McAfee Coliseum," reflecting the change in the corporate name of that software maker.
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 OAKLAND / Coliseum sports fans seem pleased to trade 'the Net' for 'the Mac'
Even though the new name, McAfee Coliseum, is based on medicine for computer viruses, reaction to the change seemed largely positive, further proof that Oakland is not San Francisco, where the switch from Pac Bell Park to SBC Park provoked much civic indignation.
Network Associates Inc., the computer security firm that put its name on the Coliseum in 1998, announced Thursday that it will rename itself McAfee Inc., echoing the name of its well-known anti-virus program.
The naming-rights agreement between the authority and Network Associates allows the firm to change the name at its discretion as long as it's "reasonable," Haley said.
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 BallparkTour - McAfee Coliseum
The 55,000 seat circular multi-purpose stadium was built side by side with the smaller Coliseum Arena as part of the Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum Complex.
Perhaps the most unique feature of the Coliseum was its appearance from the outside - the result of digging a huge crater and constructing the stadium inside of it.
Later that year, Network Associates agreed to pay $5.8 million to put their name on the stadium for 5 years.
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 Ballparks of Baseball-McAfee Coliseum-Oakland A's
In the mid 1940s Oakland officials first proposed that a new stadium be built in the area to attempt to lure a professional baseball and football team.
The Raiders moved out of the coliseum to Los Angeles in 1981 but moved back in 1995.The coliseum remained an excellent place to watch a ballgame until 1995 when the Raiders moved back as drastic changed occurred at the Oakland Coliseum.
The coliseum was renamed UMAX Coliseum in 1997, but was later renamed Network Associates Coliseum in 1998.
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 Network Associates Takes Stage -
Network Associates said Wednesday that it completed the US$130 million acquisition of utility software publisher CyberMedia.
Network Associates' CEO Bill Larson also used the occasion to tell reporters and analysts that he thinks the stock of the security software company is undervalued.
He also assured analysts that Network Associates was in good health following a series of recent acquisitions.
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