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Friday, July 12, 2024

The 25 Biggest College Football Stadiums

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The Big Ten leads the charge with three of the top five biggest college football stadiums in the country with all holding occupancy of over 102,000. 2024 National Champion Michigan sits atop the list as Michigan Stadium has a capacity of 107,601.

Coming in at second on the list is Penn State as Beaver Stadium has a capacity of 106,572. Penn State recently announced that Beaver Stadium would be undergoing significant renovations as part of their plan to upgrade university athletic facilities.

Third on the list is Ohio State as Ohio Stadium has a capacity of 102,780. This is just above fourth place Texas A&M as Kyle Field has a capacity of 102,733. Rounding out the top five is LSU. Tiger Stadium boasts a capacity of 102,321.

Here is the full list of the top 25 biggest college football stadiums. The list was compiled using data from NCAA.

RankSchoolStadiumCapacity
1MichiganMichigan Stadium (Ann Arbor, MI)107,601
2 Penn StateBeaver Stadium (University Park, PA)106,572
3Ohio StateOhio Stadium (Columbus, OH)102,780
4Texas A&MKyle Field (College Station, TX)102,733
5 LSUTiger Stadium (Baton Rouge, LA)102,321
6TennesseeNeyland Stadium (Knoxville, TN)101,915
7 AlabamaBryant-Denny Stadium (Tuscaloosa, AL)101,821
8TexasDarrell K Royal- Texas Memorial Stadium (Austin, TX)100,119
9GeorgiaSanford Stadium (Athens, GA)92,746
10UCLARose Bowl (Pasadena, CA)91,136
11FloridaBen Hill Griffin Stadium (Gainesville, FL)88,548
12AuburnJordan-Hare Stadium (Auburn, AL)87,451
13 OklahomaGaylord Family Oklahoma Memorial Stadium (Norman, OK)86,112
14NebraskaMemorial Stadium (Lincoln, NE)85,458
15ClemsonClemson Memorial Stadium (Clemson, SC)81,500
16 Notre DameNotre Dame Stadium (South Bend, IN)80,795
17 Florida StateDoak Campbell Stadium (Tallahassee, FL)79,560
18South CarolinaWilliams-Brice Stadium (Columbia, SC)77,559
19 Southern CalLos Angeles Memorial Coliseum (Los Angeles, CA)77,500
20WisconsinCamp Randall Stadium (Madison, WI)75,822
21 Michigan StateSpartan Stadium (East Lansing, MI)74,866
22ArkansasDonald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium (Fayetteville, AR)72,000
23 WashingtonHusky Stadium (Seattle, WA)70,138
24 IowaKinnick Stadium (Iowa City, IA)69,250
25TempleLincoln Financial Field (Philadelphia, PA)68,532
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