List of U.S. stadiums by capacity

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The following is a list of stadiums in the United States. They are ordered by capacity, which is the maximum number of spectators the stadium can accommodate. Currently all U.S. stadiums with a capacity of 20,000 or more are included. The majority of these are used for American football, either in college football or the NFL, and there are Major League Baseball ballparks, some Major League Soccer stadiums.

RankStadiumCapacityCityStateYear openedHome team
1Michigan Stadium[1]109,901Ann ArborMichigan1927Michigan Wolverines football
2Beaver Stadium[2]106,572State CollegePennsylvania1960Penn State Nittany Lions football
3Ohio Stadium[3]104,944ColumbusOhio1922Ohio State Buckeyes football
4Neyland Stadium[4]102,455KnoxvilleTennessee1921Tennessee Volunteers football
5Tiger Stadium[5]102,321Baton RougeLouisiana1924LSU Tigers football
6Bryant-Denny Stadium[6]101,821TuscaloosaAlabama1929Alabama Crimson Tide football
7Darrell K. Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium[7]100,119AustinTexas1924Texas Longhorns football
8Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum[8][9]93,607Los AngelesCalifornia1923USC Trojans football
9Sanford Stadium[10]92,746AthensGeorgia1929Georgia Bulldogs football
10Cotton Bowl92,100DallasTexas1930no home team, used for annual Red River Rivalry, State Fair Classic, and TicketCity Bowl
11Rose Bowl[11]91,136PasadenaCalifornia1922UCLA Bruins football, the annual Rose Bowl Game, and BCS National Championship Game every fourth year
12Memorial Stadium[12]91,000LincolnNebraska1923Nebraska Cornhuskers football
13Ben Hill Griffin Stadium[13]88,548GainesvilleFlorida1930Florida Gators football
14Jordan-Hare Stadium[14]87,451AuburnAlabama1939Auburn Tigers football
15FedExField[15]79,000LandoverMaryland1997Washington Redskins
16Bobby Bowden Field at Doak Campbell Stadium84,700TallahasseeFlorida1950Florida State Seminoles football
17Kyle Field82,600College StationTexas1927Texas A&M Aggies football
18MetLife Stadium82,500East RutherfordNew Jersey2010New York Giants, New York Jets
19Gaylord Family Oklahoma Memorial Stadium82,112NormanOklahoma1925Oklahoma Sooners football
20Memorial Stadium82,000ClemsonSouth Carolina1942Clemson Tigers football
21Lambeau Field80,978Green BayWisconsin1957Green Bay Packers
22Notre Dame Stadium80,795Notre DameIndiana1930Notre Dame Fighting Irish football
23Camp Randall Stadium80,321MadisonWisconsin1917Wisconsin Badgers football
24Williams-Brice Stadium80,250ColumbiaSouth Carolina1934South Carolina Gamecocks football
25AT&T Stadium80,000ArlingtonTexas2009Dallas Cowboys, Cotton Bowl Classic, Southwest Classic (except 2012 and 2013)
26EverBank Field76,867JacksonvilleFlorida1949;1995Jacksonville Jaguars, Florida vs. Georgia Football Classic, Gator Bowl
27Sun Life Stadium76,500Miami GardensFlorida1987Miami Dolphins, Miami Hurricanes football, annual Orange Bowl, and BCS National Championship Game every fourth year
28Arrowhead Stadium76,416Kansas CityMissouri1972Kansas City Chiefs
29Sports Authority Field at Mile High76,125DenverColorado2001Denver Broncos
30Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium76,000FayettevilleArkansas1938Arkansas Razorbacks football (primary)
31Spartan Stadium75,005East LansingMichigan1923Michigan State Spartans football
32Ralph Wilson Stadium73,967Orchard ParkNew York1973Buffalo Bills
33Bank of America Stadium73,778CharlotteNorth Carolina1996Carolina Panthers, Belk Bowl
34Sun Devil Stadium73,378TempeArizona1958Arizona State Sun Devils football
35Mercedes-Benz Superdome73,370New OrleansLouisiana1975New Orleans Saints, Tulane Green Wave football; also hosts annual Sugar Bowl, New Orleans Bowl, and Bayou Classic, as well as BCS National Championship Game every fourth year
36FirstEnergy Stadium73,200ClevelandOhio1999Cleveland Browns
37Husky Stadium72,500SeattleWashington1920Washington Huskies football
38Legion Field71,594BirminghamAlabama1926UAB Blazers football, BBVA Compass Bowl
39Reliant Stadium71,500HoustonTexas2002Houston Texans, Meineke Car Care Bowl of Texas
40Qualcomm Stadium71,294San DiegoCalifornia1967San Diego Chargers, San Diego State Aztecs football, Holiday Bowl, Poinsettia Bowl
41Georgia Dome71,228AtlantaGeorgia1992Atlanta Falcons, Georgia State Panthers football, SEC Championship Game, Chick-fil-A Bowl
42M&T Bank Stadium71,008BaltimoreMaryland1998Baltimore Ravens
43Faurot Field71,004ColumbiaMissouri1926Missouri Tigers football
44Kinnick Stadium70,585Iowa CityIowa1929Iowa Hawkeyes football
45Candlestick Park70,207San FranciscoCalifornia1960San Francisco 49ers
46The Florida Citrus Bowl70,000OrlandoFlorida1936Jones Tigers football - a local high school, annual Florida Classic, Capital One Bowl, Champs Sports Bowl, and East-West Shrine Game
Rice Stadium70,000HoustonTexas1950Rice Owls football
48LP Field68,798NashvilleTennessee1999Tennessee Titans, Tennessee State Tigers football, Franklin American Mortgage Company Music City Bowl
49Gillette Stadium68,756FoxboroughMassachusetts2002New England Revolution, New England Patriots, UMass Minutemen football
50Lincoln Financial Field68,532PhiladelphiaPennsylvania2003Philadelphia Eagles, Temple Owls football, Army–Navy Game (most years)
51Commonwealth Stadium67,606LexingtonKentucky1973Kentucky Wildcats football
52CenturyLink Field67,000SeattleWashington2002Seattle Seahawks, Seattle Sounders FC
53Edward Jones Dome at America's Center66,965St. LouisMissouri1995St. Louis Rams
54Lane Stadium66,233BlacksburgVirginia1965Virginia Tech Hokies football
55Raymond James Stadium65,857TampaFlorida1998Tampa Bay Buccaneers, South Florida Bulls football, Outback Bowl
56Paul Brown Stadium65,790CincinnatiOhio2000Cincinnati Bengals
57Heinz Field65,050PittsburghPennsylvania2001Pittsburgh Steelers, Pittsburgh Panthers football
58Alamodome65,000San AntonioTexas1993UTSA Roadrunners football, Alamo Bowl, U.S. Army All-American Bowl
Ford Field65,000DetroitMichigan2002Detroit Lions, MAC Championship Game, Little Caesars Pizza Bowl
60Yale Bowl64,269New HavenConnecticut1914Yale Bulldogs football
61Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome64,111MinneapolisMinnesota1982Minnesota Vikings
62LaVell Edwards Stadium64,045ProvoUtah1964BYU Cougars football
63University of Phoenix Stadium63,400GlendaleArizona2006Arizona Cardinals, Fiesta Bowl, BCS National Championship Game every fourth year
64O.co Coliseum63,026OaklandCalifornia1966Oakland Raiders, Oakland Athletics
65Lucas Oil Stadium63,000IndianapolisIndiana2008Indianapolis Colts
Kenan Memorial Stadium63,000Chapel HillNorth Carolina1926North Carolina Tar Heels football
67Memorial Stadium62,872ChampaignIllinois1923Illinois Fighting Illini football
68California Memorial Stadium62,717BerkeleyCalifornia1923California Golden Bears football
69Ross-Ade Stadium62,500West LafayetteIndiana1924Purdue Boilermakers football
70Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium62,380MemphisTennessee1965Memphis Tigers football
71Soldier Field61,500ChicagoIllinois1924;2003Chicago Bears
Scott Stadium61,500CharlottesvilleVirginia1931Virginia Cavaliers football
73Jones AT&T Stadium61,000LubbockTexas1947Texas Tech Red Raiders football
74Vaught-Hemingway Stadium60,580OxfordMississippi1915Ole Miss Rebels football
75Mountaineer Field60,540MorgantownWest Virginia1980West Virginia Mountaineers football
76Mississippi Veterans Memorial Stadium60,492JacksonMississippi1941Jackson State Tigers football
77Boone Pickens Stadium60,000StillwaterOklahoma1920Oklahoma State Cowboys football
78Arizona Stadium57,803TucsonArizona1928Arizona Wildcats football
79Carter-Finley Stadium[16]57,583RaleighNorth Carolina1966NC State Wolfpack football
80RFK Stadium56,692Washington, D.C.District of Columbia1961D.C. United, Military Bowl
81Dodger Stadium[17]56,000Los AngelesCalifornia1962Los Angeles Dodgers
Papa John's Cardinal Stadium56,000LouisvilleKentucky1998Louisville Cardinals football
83Davis Wade Stadium55,082StarkvilleMississippi1914Mississippi State Bulldogs football
84Bobby Dodd Stadium at Historic Grant Field55,000AtlantaGeorgia1913Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets football
Jack Trice Stadium55,000AmesIowa1975Iowa State Cyclones football
86Autzen Stadium53,800EugeneOregon1967Oregon Ducks football
87Folsom Field53,750BoulderColorado1924Colorado Buffaloes football
88War Memorial Stadium53,727Little RockArkansas1948Arkansas Razorbacks football (secondary to Razorback Stadium)
89Memorial Stadium53,500BloomingtonIndiana1960Indiana Hoosiers football
90Franklin Field52,593PhiladelphiaPennsylvania1895Penn Quakers football
91Falcon Stadium52,480Colorado SpringsColorado1962Air Force Falcons football
92High Point Solutions Stadium52,454PiscatawayNew Jersey1994Rutgers Scarlet Knights football
93Bill Snyder Family Football Stadium52,200ManhattanKansas1968Kansas State Wildcats football
94Byrd Stadium51,500College ParkMaryland1950Maryland Terrapins football
Sun Bowl Stadium51,500El PasoTexas1963UTEP Miners football and Sun Bowl
96Independence Stadium50,832ShreveportLouisiana1925no home team, Independence Bowl
97TCF Bank Stadium50,805MinneapolisMinnesota2009Minnesota Golden Gophers football
98Coors Field[18]50,445DenverColorado1995Colorado Rockies
99Yankee Stadium[19]50,291BronxNew York2009New York Yankees, Pinstripe Bowl
100Turner Field[20]50,096AtlantaGeorgia1996Atlanta Braves
101University of Kansas Memorial Stadium50,071LawrenceKansas1921Kansas Jayhawks football
102Aloha Stadium50,000HonoluluHawaiʻi1975Hawaiʻi Warriors football, local high schools and Pro Bowl
The Bagwell Field at Dowdy–Ficklen Stadium50,000GreenvilleNorth Carolina1963East Carolina Pirates football
Floyd Casey Stadium50,000WacoTexas1950Baylor Bears football
Stanford Stadium50,000StanfordCalifornia1921;2006Stanford Cardinal football
106Carrier Dome49,262SyracuseNew York1980Syracuse Orange football, men's basketball, women's basketball, and men's lacrosse
107Rangers Ballpark in Arlington[21]49,115ArlingtonTexas1994Texas Rangers
108Chase Field[22]49,033PhoenixArizona1998Arizona Diamondbacks
109Oriole Park at Camden Yards[23]48,876BaltimoreMaryland1992Baltimore Orioles
110Ryan Field47,130EvanstonIllinois1996Northwestern Wildcats football
111Safeco Field[24]47,116SeattleWashington1999Seattle Mariners
112Busch Stadium[25]46,861St. LouisMissouri2006St. Louis Cardinals
113Reser Stadium45,674CorvallisOregon1953Oregon State Beavers football
114Rice-Eccles Stadium45,634Salt Lake CityUtah1998Utah Utes football
115Bright House Networks Stadium45,301OrlandoFlorida2007UCF Knights football
116Angel Stadium of Anaheim[26]45,050AnaheimCalifornia1966Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim
117Alumni Stadium44,500Chestnut HillMassachusetts1957Boston College Eagles football
118Amon G. Carter Stadium44,008Fort WorthTexas1930TCU Horned Frogs football, The Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl
119Citizens Bank Park[27]43,647PhiladelphiaPennsylvania2004Philadelphia Phillies
120Progressive Field[28]43,545ClevelandOhio1994Cleveland Indians
121PETCO Park[29]42,445San DiegoCalifornia2004San Diego Padres
122Great American Ball Park[30]42,059CincinnatiOhio2003Cincinnati Reds
123Miller Park[31]41,900MilwaukeeWisconsin2001Milwaukee Brewers
124Nationals Park[32]41,888Washington, D.C.District of Columbia2008Washington Nationals
125Citi Field[33]41,800Flushing, New YorkNew York2009New York Mets
126Comerica Park[34]41,782DetroitMichigan2000Detroit Tigers
127AT&T Park41,503San FranciscoCalifornia2000San Francisco Giants, Fight Hunger Bowl
128Wrigley Field[35][36]41,160ChicagoIllinois1914Chicago Cubs
129Bulldog Stadium41,031FresnoCalifornia1980Fresno State Bulldogs football
130Minute Maid Park[37]40,950HoustonTexas2000Houston Astros
131Ladd Peebles Stadium40,646MobileAlabama1948South Alabama Jaguars football, Senior Bowl and GoDaddy.com Bowl
132U.S. Cellular Field[38]40,615ChicagoIllinois1991Chicago White Sox
133University Stadium40,094AlbuquerqueNew Mexico1960New Mexico Lobos football, New Mexico Bowl
134Howard J. Lamade Stadium40,000[39]South WilliamsportPennsylvania1959no home team, hosts annual Little League World Series
Rentschler Field40,000East HartfordConnecticut2003Connecticut Huskies football, Hartford Colonials
Michie Stadium40,000West PointNew York1924Army Black Knights football
137Vanderbilt Stadium at Dudley Field39,790NashvilleTennessee1922Vanderbilt Commodores football
138Target Field[40]39,504MinneapolisMinnesota2010Minnesota Twins
139Ewing M. Kauffman Stadium[41]39,000Kansas CityMissouri1973Kansas City Royals
140PNC Park[42]38,496PittsburghPennsylvania2001Pittsburgh Pirates
141Joan C. Edwards Stadium38,019HuntingtonWest Virginia1991Marshall Thundering Herd football
142Fenway Park[43]37,402BostonMassachusetts1912Boston Red Sox
143Bronco Stadium37,000BoiseIdaho1970Boise State Broncos football, Famous Idaho Potato Bowl
Marlins Park[44]37,000MiamiFlorida2012Miami Marlins
145Tropicana Field[45]36,973St. PetersburgFlorida1990Tampa Bay Rays, Beef 'O' Brady's Bowl
146Sam Boyd Stadium36,800WhitneyNevada1971UNLV Rebels football, annual Las Vegas Bowl and USA Sevens and Monster Jam World Finals
147M. M. Roberts Stadium36,000HattiesburgMississippi1932Southern Miss Golden Eagles football
148Martin Stadium35,117PullmanWashington1972Washington State Cougars football
149Nippert Stadium35,097CincinnatiOhio1924Cincinnati Bearcats football
150Sonny Lubick Field at Hughes Stadium34,400Fort CollinsColorado1968Colorado State Rams football
151Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium34,000AnnapolisMaryland1959Navy Midshipmen football, Chesapeake Bayhawks
152Wallace Wade Stadium33,941DurhamNorth Carolina1929Duke Blue Devils football
153Jonah Field at War Memorial Stadium32,580LaramieWyoming1950Wyoming Cowboys football
154Gerald J. Ford Stadium32,000University ParkTexas2000SMU Mustangs football
John O'Quinn Field at Corbin J. Robertson Stadium32,000HoustonTexas1942Houston Cougars football
156BB&T Field at Groves Stadium31,500Winston-SalemNorth Carolina1968Wake Forest Demon Deacons football
157Cajun Field31,000LafayetteLouisiana1971Louisiana-Lafayette Ragin' Cajuns football
Rubber Bowl31,000AkronOhio1940local high school teams
Brigham Field at Huskie Stadium31,000DeKalbIllinois1965Northern Illinois Huskies football
160ASU Stadium30,964JonesboroArkansas1974Arkansas State Red Wolves football
161Apogee Stadium30,850DentonTexas2011North Texas Mean Green football
162Joe Aillet Stadium30,600RustonLouisiana1960Louisiana Tech Bulldogs football
163Spartan Stadium30,456San JoseCalifornia1933San Jose State Spartans football
164Malone Stadium30,427MonroeLouisiana1978Louisiana–Monroe Warhawks football
165Aggie Memorial Stadium30,343Las CrucesNew Mexico1978New Mexico State Aggies football
166Harvard Stadium30,323AllstonMassachusetts1903Harvard Crimson football, Boston Cannons
167Kelly/Shorts Stadium30,295Mount PleasantMichigan1972Central Michigan Chippewas football
168Rynearson Stadium30,200YpsilantiMichigan1969Eastern Michigan Eagles football
Waldo Stadium30,200KalamazooMichigan1939Western Michigan Broncos football
FAU Stadium30,000Boca RatonFlorida2011Florida Atlantic Owls football
Jim Wacker Field at Bobcat Stadium30,000San MarcosTexas1981Texas State Bobcats football
New Alabama State stadium30,000MontgomeryAlabama2012 (November)Alabama State Hornets football-->
H. A. Chapman Stadium30,000TulsaOklahoma1930Tulsa Golden Hurricane football
InfoCision Stadium – Summa Field30,000AkronOhio2009Akron Zips football
Veterans Memorial Stadium30,000TroyAlabama1950Troy Trojans football
William "Dick" Price Stadium30,000NorfolkVirginia1997Norfolk State Spartans football
Mackay Stadium[46]30,000RenoNevada1966Nevada Wolf Pack football and women's soccer
178UB Stadium29,013AmherstNew York1993Buffalo Bulls football
179Ace W. Mumford Stadium29,000Baton RougeLouisiana1928Southern Jaguars football
180Joe Albi Stadium28,646SpokaneWashington1950Spokane Spiders, Spokane Black Widows, local high schools
181Princeton University Stadium27,800PrincetonNew Jersey1998Princeton Tigers football
182The Home Depot Center27,000CarsonCalifornia2003Los Angeles Galaxy, Club Deportivo Chivas USA
183The Glass Bowl26,248ToledoOhio1937Toledo Rockets football
184Eddie Robinson Stadium25,600GramblingLouisiana1983Grambling State Tigers football
185Schoellkopf Field25,597IthacaNew York1915Cornell Big Red football
186Bragg Memorial Stadium25,500TallahasseeFlorida1957Florida A&M Rattlers football
187John B. and June M. Scheumann Stadium25,400MuncieIndiana1967Ball State Cardinals football
188Dix Stadium25,319[47]KentOhio1969Kent State Golden Flashes football
189Washington–Grizzly Stadium25,200MissoulaMontana1986Montana Grizzlies football
190Red Bull Arena25,189HarrisonNew Jersey2010New York Red Bulls
191Bridgeforth Stadium24,877HarrisonburgVirginia1975James Madison Dukes football
191Cramton Bowl24,600MontgomeryAlabama1922Alabama State Hornets football
192Fred C. Yager Stadium24,286OxfordOhio1983Miami RedHawks football
193TD Ameritrade Park Omaha24,000OmahaNebraska2011NCAA College World Series
Don Peden Stadium24,000AthensOhio1929Ohio Bobcats football
195Doyt L. Perry Stadium23,724Bowling GreenOhio1966Bowling Green Falcons football
196Fitton Field23,500WorcesterMassachusetts1924Holy Cross Crusaders football
197Jack Spinks Stadium22,500LormanMississippi1992Alcorn State Braves football
198BBVA Compass Stadium22,000HoustonTexas2012Houston Dynamo, Texas Southern Tigers football
Delaware Stadium22,000NewarkDelaware1952Delaware Fightin' Blue Hens football
Houchens Industries – L. T. Smith Stadium at Jimmy Feix Field22,000Bowling GreenKentucky1968Western Kentucky Hilltoppers football
Oliver C. Dawson Stadium22,000OrangeburgSouth Carolina1955South Carolina State Bulldogs football
202Kidd Brewer Stadium21,650BooneNorth Carolina1962Appalachian State Mountaineers football
203Hornet Stadium21,650SacramentoCalifornia1969Sacramento State Hornets football
204Aggie Stadium21,500GreensboroNorth Carolina1981North Carolina A&T Aggies football
205Johnson Hagood Stadium21,000CharlestonSouth Carolina1946The Citadel Bulldogs football
Louis Crews Stadium21,000HuntsvilleAlabama1996Alabama A&M Bulldogs football
207W. Max Finley Stadium, Gordon L. Davenport Field20,668ChattanoogaTennessee1997Chattanooga Mocs football
208Stambaugh Stadium20,630YoungstownOhio1982Youngstown State Penguins football
209Quicken Loans Arena20,562ClevelandOhio1994Cleveland Cavaliers
210FC Dallas Stadium20,500FriscoTexas2005FC Dallas, NCAA Division I Football Championship Game (FCS)
211Columbus Crew Stadium20,455ColumbusOhio1999Columbus Crew
212Lockhart Stadium20,450Fort LauderdaleFlorida1959Fort Lauderdale Strikers
213Jeld-Wen Field20,438PortlandOregon1926Portland Timbers
214Hughes Stadium20,311Sacramento, CaliforniaCalifornia1928Various sporting events
215Rio Tinto Stadium20,008SandyUtah2008Real Salt Lake
216Brown Stadium20,000ProvidenceRhode Island1925Brown Bears football
FIU Stadium20,000MiamiFlorida1995FIU Golden Panthers football, Miami FC
Roy Kidd Stadium20,000RichmondKentucky1969Eastern Kentucky Colonels football
Mesquite Memorial Stadium20,000MesquiteTexas1977Local high schools
Kimbrough Memorial Stadium20,000CanyonTexas1959West Texas A&M University, local high schools
Toyota Park20,000BridgeviewIllinois2006Chicago Fire Soccer Club

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