Largest Stadiums and Arenas in California
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  Overview

Which is the largest sports venue in California?
The largest sports venue in California is Rose Bowl of Pasadena with a maximum seating capacity of 90,888 spectators.The seating capacities of the sports venues in California range from capacities of 750 spectators to 90,888 spectators, with the average sports venue being able to host around 30,790.0 spectators.

 Compare Rose Bowl with SDCCU Stadium


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Cities with the most large-capacity venues
The cities with the most large-capacity sports venues are Los Angeles and Sacramento.

Most recent and oldest sports venues
The most recently opened sports venue in USA is SoFi Stadium of Inglewood in 2020.The oldest sports venue in USA is Kaiser Convention Center of Oakland which opened in 1914.The average building ages of the sports venues in USA is 46.5 years old, with the oldest being 108 years old.


Let's check out some of these largest sports venues in California.

Rose Bowl.

Rose Bowl Stadium (credit: Drone World)

 

Rose Bowl is the largest stadium by capacity in California, USA.

Rose Bowl is an stadium located in Pasadena, California, USA. Opened in the year 1922, Rose Bowl's building age is 100 years and has a maximum seating capacity of up to 90,888 spectators.

The stadium is home to UCLA Bruins (NCAA), Rose Bowl Game (NCAA) and is a venue for sports such as football.

 

 Compare Rose Bowl with Memorial Stadium from Clemson.

 Compare Rose Bowl with Jordan–Hare Stadium from Auburn.


Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum.

Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum and Banc of California Stadium (credit: Billionaire Drone)

 

Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum is the 2nd largest stadium by capacity in California, USA.

Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum is an stadium located in Los Angeles, California, USA. Opened in the year 1923, Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum's building age is 99 years and has a maximum seating capacity of up to 77,500 spectators.

Home of USC Trojans (NCAA), the stadiumis a venue for sports events such as football.

 

 Compare Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum with Memorial Stadium from Lincoln.

 Compare Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum with Rose Bowl from Pasadena.


SDCCU Stadium.

Aerial Video of SDCCU Stadium in San Diego, CA USA (credit: Arlo Nugent)

 

SDCCU Stadium is the 3rd largest stadium by capacity in California, USA.

SDCCU Stadium is an stadium in San Diego, California, USA, which can house a full seating capacity of 71,294 spectators. SDCCU Stadium was opened in the year 1967 (55 years of age).

 

 Compare SDCCU Stadium with Banc Of California Stadium from Los Angeles.

 Compare SDCCU Stadium with Memorial Stadium from Clemson.


SoFi Stadium.

SoFi Stadium - 360 view 4K DRONE TOUR (credit: Dellon Stefanus)

 

SoFi Stadium is an stadium that can seat up to 70,200 spectators. Located in Inglewood, California, USA, SoFi Stadium was opened in the year 2020 (2 years of age).

Home to organizations such as Los Angeles Rams (NFL), Los Angeles Chargers (NFL), LA Bowl (NCAA), the stadium hosts events for sports such as football.

 

 Compare SoFi Stadium with AT&T Stadium from Arlington.

 Compare SoFi Stadium with StateFarm Stadium from Glendale.


Levi's Stadium.

An Aerial View of Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, California USA (credit: Aviation X-Lab)

 

Levi's Stadium is an stadium located in Santa Clara, California, USA. Opened in the year 2014, Levi's Stadium's building age is 8 years and has a maximum seating capacity of up to 68,500 spectators.

The stadium hosts sports events for football. Levi's Stadium is home to organizations such as San Francisco 49ers (NFL), Redbox Bowl (NCAA), Pac-12 Championship Game (NCAA)

 

 Compare Levi's Stadium with Lane Stadium from Blacksburg.

 Compare Levi's Stadium with Boone Pickens Stadium from Stillwater.


Oakland Coliseum.

Oracle Arena/ Oakland Colisuem (credit: Rural ZJ)

 

Oakland Coliseum is the largest stadium by capacity in Oakland, California.

Oakland Coliseum is an stadium that can seat up to 63,026 spectators. Located in Oakland, California, USA, Oakland Coliseum was opened in the year 1966 (56 years of age).

Home of Oakland Athletics (MLB), the stadiumis a venue for sports events such as soccer, football and baseball.

 

 Compare Oakland Coliseum with Citizens Bank Park from Philadelphia.

 Compare Oakland Coliseum with Coors Field from Denver.


Dodger Stadium.

Dodger Stadium Drone | Los Angeles, California (credit: Will Walsh)

 

Dodger Stadium is the 2nd largest stadium by capacity in Los Angeles, California.

Dodger Stadium is an stadium in Los Angeles, California, USA, which can house a full seating capacity of 56,000 spectators. Dodger Stadium was opened in the year 1962 (60 years of age).

Home of Los Angeles Dodgers (MLB), the stadiumis a venue for sports events such as baseball.

 

 Compare Dodger Stadium with Harvard Stadium from Allston.

 Compare Dodger Stadium with Rentschler Field from East Hartford.


Datasets on Stadiums and Arenas

Largest Stadiums and Arenas for::



Largest Stadiums and Arenas in::
Alabama   |  Arizona   |  Arkansas   |  California   |  Chicago   |  Colorado   |  Columbus   |  Connecticut   |  District of Columbia   |  Florida   |  Georgia   |  Houston   |  Illinois   |  Indiana   |  Iowa   |  Kansas   |  Kansas City   |  Kentucky   |  Louisiana   |  Louisville   |  Maryland   |  Massachusetts   |  Michigan   |  Minnesota   |  Mississippi   |  Missouri   |  Nebraska   |  Nevada   |  New Jersey   |  New York   |  North Carolina   |  North Dakota   |  Ohio   |  Oklahoma   |  Oregon   |  Pennsylvania   |  South Carolina   |  Tennessee   |  Texas   |  United States   |  Utah   |  Virginia   |  Washington   |  



Largest Indoor Arenas in::
Alabama   |  California   |  Florida   |  Georgia   |  Illinois   |  Iowa   |  Kansas   |  Kentucky   |  Louisiana   |  Michigan   |  Missouri   |  New York   |  North Carolina   |  Ohio   |  Pennsylvania   |  Texas   |  USA   |  


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