The 50 biggest college football stadiums by capacity

From the “Big House” and a couple of “Death Valleys” to a horseshoe and a house a rock built, no sport has nicknames for their venues quite like college football does.

College football is the greatest game on the planet, and its just that much better when its actually played on a college campus instead of in an NFL venue.

What are the biggest stadiums in all the land?

You know some of the names toward the top of the list but have you ever wondered which college football stadiums actually are the biggest?

Here are the 50 largest college football stadiums based off capacity according to

50. Arizona Stadium Arizona Stadium Capacity: 56,037 University of Arizona Tucson, Arizona

49. Sun Devil Stadium Sun Devil Stadium Capacity: 56,232 Arizona State University Tempe, Arizona

48. Carter-Finley Stadium Carter-Finley Stadium Capacity: 57,583 North Carolina State University Raleigh, North Carolina

47. Vaught-Hemingway Stadium Vaught-Hemingway Stadium Capacity: 58,530 Ole Miss Oxford, Mississippi

46. Mountaineer Field Mountaineer Field Capacity: 60,000 West Virginia University Morgantown, West Virginia

45. Boone Pickens Stadium Boone Pickens Stadium Capacity: 60,218 Oklahoma State University Stillwater, Oklahoma

44. Memorial Stadium Memorial Stadium Capacity: 60,670 University of Illinois Champaign, Illinois

43. Jones AT&T Stadium Jones AT&T Stadium Capacity: 60,862 Texas Tech University Lubbock, Texas

42. T-41. Kroger Field Kroger Field Capacity: 61,000 University of Kentucky Lexington, Kentucky

41. T-41. Jack Trice Stadium Jack Trice Stadium Capacity: 61,000 Iowa State University Ames, Iowa

40. Scott Stadium Scott Stadium Capacity: 61,500 University of Virginia Charlottesville, Virginia

40. Scott Stadium Scott Stadium Capacity: 61,500 University of Virginia Charlottesville, Virginia

39. Liberty Bowl Liberty Bowl Capacity: 62,380 University of Memphis Memphis, Tennessee

38. Ross-Ade Stadium Ross-Ade Stadium Capacity: 62,500 Purdue University West Lafayette, Indiana

37. Memorial Stadium Memorial Stadium Capacity: 62,717 University of California-Berkeley Berkeley, California

36. Kenan Memorial Stadium Kenan Memorial Stadium Capacity: 66,980 University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, North Carolina

35. LaVell Edwards Stadium LaVell Edwards Stadium Capacity: 63,725 Brigham Young University Provo, Utah

34. Davis Wade Stadium Davis Wade Stadium Capacity: 64,038 Mississippi State University Starkville, Mississippi

33. Alamodome Alamodome Capacity: 65,000 University of Texas-San Antonio San Antonio, Texas

32. Hard Rock Stadium Hard Rock Stadium Capacity: 65,236 University of Miami Miami Gardens, Florida

31. Heinz Field Heinz Field Capacity: 65,500 University of Pittsburgh Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

30. Raymond James Stadium Raymond James Stadium Capacity: 65,587 University of South Florida Tampa, Florida

29. Lane Stadium Lane Stadium Capacity: 66,233 Virginia Tech University Blacksburg, Virginia

28. Lincoln Financial Field Lincoln Financial Field Capacity: 68,532 Temple University Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

27. Gillette Stadium Gillette Stadium Capacity: 68,756 University of Massachusetts Foxborough, Massachusetts

26. Husky Stadium Husky Stadium Capacity: 70,138 University of Washington Seattle, Washington

25. Kinnick Stadium Kinnick Stadium Capacity: 70,585 University of Iowa Iowa City, Iowa

24. Memorial Stadium Memorial Stadium Capacity: 71,004 University of Missouri Columbia, Missouri

23. Legion Field Legion Field Capacity: 71,594 University of Alabama-Birmingham Birmingham, Alabama

22. Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium Capacity: 72,000 University of Arkansas Fayetteville, Arkansas

21. Spartan Stadium Spartan Stadium Capacity: 75,005 Michigan State University East Lansing, Michigan

20. Notre Dame Stadium Notre Dame Stadium Capacity: 77,622 University of Notre Dame Notre Dame, Indiana

19. Williams-Brice Stadium Williams-Brice Stadium Capacity: 80,250 University of South Carolina Columbia, South Carolina

18. Camp Randall Stadium Camp Randall Stadium Capacity: 80,321 University of Wisconsin Madison, Wisconsin

17. Memorial Stadium Memorial Stadium Capacity: 81,500 Clemson University Clemson, South Carolina

16. Doak Campbell Stadium Doak Campbell Stadium Capacity: 82,300 Florida State University Tallahassee, Florida

15. Memorial Stadium Memorial Stadium Capacity: 84,000 Oklahoma University Norman, Oklahoma

14. Jordan-Hare Stadium Jordan-Hare Stadium Capacity: 87,451 Auburn University Auburn, Alabama

13. Ben Hill Griffin Stadium Ben Hill Griffin Stadium Capacity: 88,548 University of Florida Gainesville, Florida

12. Rose Bowl Rose Bowl Capacity: 89,702 UCLA Pasadena, California

11. Memorial Stadium Memorial Stadium Capacity: 92,000 University of Nebraska Lincoln, Nebraska

10. Sanford Stadium Sanford Stadium Capacity: 92,746 University of Georgia Athens, Georgia

9. Los Angeles Coliseum Los Angeles Coliseum Capacity: 93,607 University of Southern California Los Angeles, California

8. Darrell Royal Stadium Darrell Royal Stadium Capacity: 100,119 University of Texas Austin, Texas

7. Tiger Stadium Tiger Stadium Capacity: 100,500 Louisiana State University Baton Rouge, Louisiana

6. Bryant-Denny Stadium Bryant-Denny Stadium Capacity: 101,821 University of Alabama Tuscaloosa, Alabama

5. Neyland Stadium Neyland Stadium Capacity: 102,521 University of Tennessee Knoxville, Tennessee

4. Kyle Field Kyle Field Capacity: 102,733 Texas A&M University College Station, Texas

3. Ohio Stadium Ohio Stadium Capacity: 104,944 Ohio State University Columbus, Ohio

2. Beaver Stadium Beaver Stadium Capacity: 106,572 Penn State University University Park, Pennsylvania

1. Michigan Stadium Michigan Stadium Capacity: 107,601 University of Michigan Ann Arbor, Michigan

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