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Largest College Football Stadiums

Ever wondered who has the largest college football stadium in America? Maybe you've seen the graphics on fan capacity on ESPN but wondered where your favorite team(s) stack up. Well now brings you our list of the biggest college football stadiums in the USA. Find out who holds the most fans on Saturday afternoon and see where your conference rivals stack up in terms of stadium capacity. They say that size matters, and when you can get more fans through the gates you know that the colleges are making some serious cash. Check out the list of the largest college football stadiums, newly updated for the 2014 college football season, below and be sure to chck out the list of the largest NFL stadiums over at Pro Football Fans as well.

  1. Michigan Stadium - University of Michigan - Ann Arbor, MI - 109,901
  2. Beaver Stadium - Penn State University - State College, PA - 106,572
  3. Kyle Field - Texas A&M University - College Station, TX - 106,512
  4. Ohio Stadium - Ohio State University - Columbus, OH - 104,944
  5. Neyland Stadium - University of Tennessee - Knoxville, TN - 102,455
  6. Tiger Stadium - Louisiana State University - Baton Rouge, LA - 102,321
  7. Bryant-Denny Stadium - University of Alabama - Tuscaloosa, AL - 101,821
  8. Darrel K. Royal - Texas Memorial Stadium - University of Texas - Austin Texas - 100,119
  9. Los Angeles Memorial Colesium - University of Southern California - Los Angeles, CA - 93,607
  10. Sanford Stadium - University of Georgia - Athens, GA - 92,746
  11. Rose Bowl - University of California at Los Angeles - Pasadena, CA - 92,542


Note: The Cotton Bowl in Dallas, Texas, has a capacity of 92,100 but does not have a college team that calls it home, therefore it could not be included on this list. The Cotton Bowl is home to the annual Cotton Bowl postseason football bowl game and the annual Red River Shootout played between the Texas Longhorns and Oklahoma Sooners.

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