SEC football stadiums by capacity, lsu stadium capacity

LSU’s Tiger Stadium will be much louder this fall. Deemed as one of the best venues — if not the best — in the country, Death Valley just got bigger and better.

LSU announced an official capacity to the newly renovated stadium at 102,321, exactly 500 seats more than Alabama’s Bryant-Denny Stadium.

Coincidence? No chance. LSU’s AD Joe Alleva said Alabama fans will need their telescopes to see the field this year.

Tiger Stadium is now the SEC’s third largest stadium, behind Texas A&M’s Kyle Field and Tennessee’s Neyland Stadium.

Four Southeastern Conference stadiums have eclipsed the 100,000 mark.

Please note that because construction will be done in phases to Kyle Field,

the capacity for the 2022 season is expected to actually be 107,000-109,000.


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Here’s a look at all 14 stadiums and how they compare in capacity:

Team Stadium    Capacity         Future Texas A&M Kyle Field 107,000 102,500 Tennessee Neyland Stadium 102,455 NA

Team Stadium    Capacity         Future LSU Tiger Stadium 102,321 NA Alabama Bryant-Denny Stadium 101,821 NA Georgia Sanford Stadium 92,746 NA

Team Stadium    Capacity         Future Florida Ben Hill Griffin Stadium 88,548 NA Auburn Jordan-Hare Stadium 87,451 NA

Team Stadium    Capacity         Future S. Carolina Williams-Brice Stadium 80,250 NA Missouri Memorial Stadium 77,000 NA

Team Stadium    Capacity         Future Arkansas Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium 72,000 80,000 Miss State Davis Wade Stadium 61,337 NA

Team Stadium    Capacity         Future Kentucky Commonwealth Stadium 61,000 NA Ole Miss Vaught-Hemingway Stadium 60,580 70,000 Vanderbilt Vanderbilt Stadium 40,350 NA


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