Largest NFL Stadiums and Football Stadiums for NCAA and other Football Leagues

By  Tim Scott , views , updated
Categories: General Urban Americas
Dataset contains 197 data items (see table below).

Overview

Which is the largest football stadium in USA?
The largest football stadium in USA is Michigan Stadium of Michigan with a maximum seating capacity of 107,601 spectators.The seating capacities of the football stadiums in USA range from capacities of 19,000 spectators to 107,601 spectators, with the average football stadium being able to host around 50,609.5 spectators.

 Compare Michigan Stadium with Empower Field At Mile High

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States and cities with the most large-capacity football stadiums for NFL, NCAA and other football leagues
The province with the most large-capacity football stadiums is Texas,while the cities with the most football stadiums are Houston and Atlanta.

Most recent and oldest football stadiums
The most recently opened football stadiums in USA are SoFi Stadium of California, Allegiant Stadium of Nevada and Hancock Whitney Stadium of Alabama in 2020.The oldest football stadium in USA is Franklin Field of Pennsylvania which opened in 1895.The average building ages of the football stadiums in USA is 58.4 years old, with the oldest being 127 years old.


Let's check out some of these largest football stadiums in USA.

Michigan Stadium.

Michigan Football Stadium

 

Michigan Stadium is the largest stadium by capacity in USA.

Located in Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA, Michigan Stadium is an stadium which can accommodate up to 107,601 spectators. Michigan Stadium was opened in the year 1927 (95 years of age).

Home to organizations such as Michigan Wolverines (NCAA), the stadium hosts events for sports such as football.

 

 Compare Michigan Stadium with Bill Snyder Family Football Stadium from Manhattan.

 Compare Michigan Stadium with Rose Bowl from Pasadena.


Beaver Stadium.

Beaver Stadium Penn State

 

Beaver Stadium is the 2nd largest stadium by capacity in USA.

Beaver Stadium is an stadium that can seat up to 106,572 spectators. Located in University Park, Pennsylvania, USA, Beaver Stadium was opened in the year 1960 (62 years of age).

The stadium hosts sports events for football. Beaver Stadium is home to organizations such as Penn State Nittany Lions (NCAA)

 

 Compare Beaver Stadium with Doak Campbell Stadium from Tallahassee.

 Compare Beaver Stadium with Memorial Stadium from Clemson.


Ohio Stadium.

Ohio Stadium Aerial View THE SHOE Ohio State Buckeyes HD (Credit: Ashland Aerial)

 

Ohio Stadium is the 3rd largest stadium by capacity in USA.

Located in Columbus, Ohio, USA, Ohio Stadium is an stadium which can accommodate up to 102,780 spectators. Ohio Stadium was opened in the year 1922 (100 years of age).

The stadium is home to Ohio State Buckeyes (NCAA) and is a venue for sports such as football.

 

 Compare Ohio Stadium with Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium from Fayetteville.

 Compare Ohio Stadium with Gillette Stadium from Foxborough.


Kyle Field.

4K DRONE KYLE FIELD (Credit: Kyle Selix)

 

Kyle Field is the largest stadium by capacity in Texas, USA.

Kyle Field is an stadium that can seat up to 102,733 spectators. Located in College Station, Texas, USA, Kyle Field was opened in the year 1927 (95 years of age).

The stadium is home to Texas A&M Aggies (NCAA) and is a venue for sports such as football.

 

 Compare Kyle Field with Jones AT&T Stadium from Lubbock.

 Compare Kyle Field with Spartan Stadium from East Lansing.


Neyland Stadium.

Neyland Stadium - University of Tennessee (Credit: CFTV Stadiums)

 

Neyland Stadium is the largest stadium by capacity in Tennessee, USA.

Neyland Stadium is an stadium that can seat up to 102,455 spectators. Located in Knoxville, Tennessee, USA, Neyland Stadium was opened in the year 1921 (101 years of age).

The stadium hosts sports events for football. Neyland Stadium is home to organizations such as Tennessee Volunteers (NCAA)

 

 Compare Neyland Stadium with Houchens Industries–L. T. Smith Stadium from Bowling Green.

 Compare Neyland Stadium with Tiger Stadium from Baton Rouge.


Tiger Stadium.

Quality Aerial Photography-Tiger Stadium (Credit: Steve Altomare Jr)

 

Tiger Stadium is the largest stadium by capacity in Louisiana, USA.

Tiger Stadium is an stadium that can seat up to 102,321 spectators. Located in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, USA, Tiger Stadium was opened in the year 1924 (98 years of age).

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

 

 Compare Tiger Stadium with Bills Stadium from Orchard Park.

 Compare Tiger Stadium with Memorial Stadium from Clemson.


Bryant–Denny Stadium.

Bryant Denny Stadium 4K (Credit: Bumble Bee Productions)

 

Bryant–Denny Stadium is the largest stadium by capacity in Alabama, USA.

Located in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, USA, Bryant–Denny Stadium is an stadium which can accommodate up to 101,821 spectators. Bryant–Denny Stadium was opened in the year 1929 (93 years of age).

The stadium hosts sports events for football. Bryant–Denny Stadium is home to organizations such as Alabama Crimson Tide (NCAA)

 

 Compare Bryant–Denny Stadium with Legion Field from Birmingham.

 Compare Bryant–Denny Stadium with Nissan Stadium from Nashville.


Darrell K Royal–Texas Memorial Stadium.

University Of Texas - Darrell K Royal –Texas Memorial Stadium (Credit: McIntosh McDrone)

 

Darrell K Royal–Texas Memorial Stadium is the 2nd largest stadium by capacity in Texas, USA.

Darrell K Royal–Texas Memorial Stadium is an stadium that can seat up to 100,119 spectators. Located in Austin, Texas, USA, Darrell K Royal–Texas Memorial Stadium was opened in the year 1924 (98 years of age).

The stadium hosts sports events for football. Darrell K Royal–Texas Memorial Stadium is home to organizations such as Texas Longhorns (NCAA)

 

 Compare Darrell K Royal–Texas Memorial Stadium with Legion Field from Birmingham.

 Compare Darrell K Royal–Texas Memorial Stadium with Brown Stadium from Providence.


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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