Who has the smallest stadium in college football?

Who has the oldest stadium in college football?

1. Franklin Field: University of Pennsylvania. At 117 years old, Franklin Field could be considered the most historic college sports venue on age alone. The stadium opened in 1895, and is the NCAA’s oldest stadium still in use for football games.

Who has the biggest NFL stadium 2020?

#1. Biggest NFL Stadium: MetLife Stadium, Home Of The New York Giants and Jets: 82,500 Fans. MetLife Stadium just edges out FedExField in terms of capacity, and it is a venue to behold.

What is the best college football stadium?

The 10 Best College Football Stadiums

  1. Tiger Stadium. Louisiana State University. Capacity: 92,542. …
  2. Bryant–Denny Stadium. Alabama. Capacity: 101,821. …
  3. Ohio Stadium. Ohio State University. …
  4. Neyland Stadium. Tennessee. …
  5. Michigan Stadium. Michigan. …
  6. Darrell K Royal–Texas Memorial Stadium. Texas. …
  7. Beaver Stadium. Penn State. …
  8. Rose Bowl. UCLA.

Are college stadiums bigger than NFL?

Several college football stadiums have seating capacities greater than NFL stadiums, with AT&T Stadium, home of the Dallas Cowboys in Arlington, Texas, leading the way with a standing-room capacity of 105,000. … (The stadium typically seats about 80,000.)

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