Once called an "erector set," Bobby Bowden Field at Doak S. Campbell Stadium has come a long way from its humble beginnings in 1950. As Florida State began to field a winning program (its last losing season was 1976) and the team's popularity grew, so did the stadium. A popular feature of the stadium in the 1980s that was lost to future expansion was the spirit spear, which measured the crowd decibel level. Doak S. Campbell Stadium donned its familiar brick façade in the early 1990s, about the time of Florida State's unprecedented success on the football field. The Seminoles won two national championships and compiled a 109-13-1 record in that decade alone. Florida State also went 10 years without a loss at home, owning a 54-game unbeaten streak from 1991-2001. The stadium topped out at 82,300, but capacity was reduced to 79,560 in 2016 with the debut of club seating.