Montana State University boasts among the finest athletic facilities in the Northwest, and the crown jewel of the program's physical plant is Bobcat Stadium.
Bobcat Stadium, formerly Reno H. Sales Stadium, was built in 1973 at the cost of around a half-million dollars and the Stadium was renovated prior to the 1998 season for about $12 million. The renovation project included new concession stands and restrooms in the Stadium's west stands; a new north end zone complex, featuring dressing facilities for teams and officials; and a new grandstand which boasts 38 sky suites, an indoor stadium club, a corporate entertaining area, and press facilities. The stadium received a facelift in 2008 with the installation of artificial field turf. The turf was a gift from the 1984 Bobcat Football national championship team and friends. The turf saw another upgrade in the summer of 2017 with FieldTurf providing its newest product.
The Bobcat Stadium had a recent addition of a new endzone named after Montana State University great Sonny Holland for his dedication to Bobcat Football as both a player and a coach. This addition is located on the south end of the stadium and offers 5,200 more seats, increasing the total capacity to over 17,000. The stadium also features a state-of-the-art scoreboard located on the north end of the facility. The scoreboard was designed and created by a Bozeman based company, A2D3.