List of NCAA Division I FCS football programs
This is a list of schools in Division I of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) that play football in the United States as a varsity sport and are members of the Football Championship Subdivision (FCS), known as Division I-AA from 1978 through 2005. There are 124 FCS programs for the 2014 season. Conference affiliations are current for the 2014 season. The teams in this subdivision compete in a 24-team playoff for the NCAA Division I Football Championship. All leagues allow scholarships with the exception of the Ivy League and Pioneer Football League.
Programs moving to FCS
|East Tennessee State Buccaneers||East Tennessee State University||Johnson City||Tennessee||Southern||2015|
|Kennesaw State Owls||Kennesaw State University||Kennesaw||Georgia||Big South||2015|
- Although the academic core of the Harvard campus, including the university administration, is located in Cambridge, the school's athletic complex, including the football stadium, is within the city limits of Boston.
- After a long controversy over its use, North Dakota dropped its former nickname of Fighting Sioux and virtually all of its former Native American imagery. Under state law, the school cannot choose a new nickname until 2015.
- List of NCAA Division I FCS football stadiums
- List of NCAA Division I non-football programs
- List of NCAA Division I institutions
- List of NCAA Division II institutions
- List of NCAA Division III institutions
- List of NCAA Division I FBS football programs
- List of NCAA Division II football programs
- List of NCAA Division III football programs
- List of NAIA football programs
- List of community college football programs
- List of NCAA Institutions with club football teams
- List of Division I schools that have never sponsored football
- List of defunct college football teams
- East Tennessee State first fielded a football team in 1920, but dropped the sport in 2003. "SoCon Adds ETSU, Mercer and VMI" (Press release). Southern Conference. May 30, 2013. Retrieved June 24, 2013.
- "Kennesaw State University to Formally Announce the Launch of Football". Kennesaw State Athletics. February 13, 2013. Retrieved February 13, 2013.