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. A few additional stadiums are also 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.

Rank Stadium Capacity City State Year opened Home team
1 Michigan Stadium[1] 109,901 Ann Arbor Michigan 1927 Michigan Wolverines football
2 Beaver Stadium[2] 107,282 State College Pennsylvania 1960 Penn State Nittany Lions football
3 Neyland Stadium[3] 102,455 Knoxville Tennessee 1921 Tennessee Volunteers football
4 Ohio Stadium[4] 102,329 Columbus Ohio 1922 Ohio State Buckeyes football
5 Bryant-Denny Stadium[5] 101,821 Tuscaloosa Alabama 1929 Alabama Crimson Tide football
6 Darrell K. Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium[6] 100,119 Austin Texas 1924 Texas Longhorns football
7 Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum[7][8] 93,607 Los Angeles California 1923 USC Trojans football
8 Sanford Stadium[9] 92,746 Athens Georgia 1929 Georgia Bulldogs football
9 Tiger Stadium[10] 92,400 Baton Rouge Louisiana 1924 LSU Tigers football
10 Cotton Bowl 92,100 Dallas Texas 1930 no home team, used for annual Red River Rivalry, State Fair Classic, and TicketCity Bowl
11 Rose Bowl[11] 91,136 Pasadena California 1922 UCLA Bruins football, the annual Rose Bowl Game, and BCS National Championship Game every fourth year
12 Ben Hill Griffin Stadium[12] 88,548 Gainesville Florida 1930 Florida Gators football
13 Jordan-Hare Stadium[13] 87,451 Auburn Alabama 1939 Auburn Tigers football
14 EverBank Field 85,413 Jacksonville Florida 1949;1995 Jacksonville Jaguars, Florida vs. Georgia Football Classic, Gator Bowl
15 FedExField[14] 85,000 Landover Maryland 1997 Washington Redskins
16 Kyle Field 82,600 College Station Texas 1927 Texas A&M Aggies football
17 MetLife Stadium 82,500 East Rutherford New Jersey 2010 New York Giants, New York Jets
18 Bobby Bowden Field at Doak Campbell Stadium 84,700 Tallahassee Florida 1950 Florida State Seminoles football
19 Gaylord Family Oklahoma Memorial Stadium 82,112 Norman Oklahoma 1925 Oklahoma Sooners football
20 Memorial Stadium 82,000 Clemson South Carolina 1942 Clemson Tigers football
21 Memorial Stadium 81,067 Lincoln Nebraska 1923 Nebraska Cornhuskers football
22 Notre Dame Stadium 80,795 Notre Dame Indiana 1930 Notre Dame Fighting Irish football
23 Camp Randall Stadium 80,321 Madison Wisconsin 1917 Wisconsin Badgers football
24 Williams-Brice Stadium 80,250 Columbia South Carolina 1934 South Carolina Gamecocks football
25 Cowboys Stadium 80,000 Arlington Texas 2009 Dallas Cowboys, Cotton Bowl Classic, Southwest Classic (except 2012 and 2013)
26 Sun Life Stadium 76,500 Miami Gardens Florida 1987 Miami Dolphins, Miami Hurricanes football, annual Orange Bowl, and BCS National Championship Game every fourth year
27 Arrowhead Stadium 76,416 Kansas City Missouri 1972 Kansas City Chiefs
28 Sports Authority Field at Mile High 76,125 Denver Colorado 2001 Denver Broncos
29 Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium 76,000 Fayetteville Arkansas 1938 Arkansas Razorbacks football (primary)
30 Spartan Stadium 75,005 East Lansing Michigan 1923 Michigan State Spartans football
31 Ralph Wilson Stadium 73,967 Orchard Park New York 1973 Buffalo Bills
32 Bank of America Stadium 73,778 Charlotte North Carolina 1996 Carolina Panthers, Belk Bowl
33 Sun Devil Stadium 73,378 Tempe Arizona 1958 Arizona State Sun Devils football
34 FirstEnergy Stadium 73,200 Cleveland Ohio 1999 Cleveland Browns
35 Mercedes-Benz Superdome 73,370 New Orleans Louisiana 1975 New 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
36 Lambeau Field 72,928 Green Bay Wisconsin 1957 Green Bay Packers
37 Husky Stadium 72,500 Seattle Washington 1920 Washington Huskies football
38 Legion Field 71,594 Birmingham Alabama 1926 UAB Blazers football, BBVA Compass Bowl
39 Reliant Stadium 71,500 Houston Texas 2002 Houston Texans, Meineke Car Care Bowl of Texas
40 Qualcomm Stadium 71,294 San Diego California 1967 San Diego Chargers, San Diego State Aztecs football, Holiday Bowl, Poinsettia Bowl
41 Georgia Dome 71,228 Atlanta Georgia 1992 Atlanta Falcons, Georgia State Panthers football, SEC Championship Game, Chick-fil-A Bowl
42 M&T Bank Stadium 71,008 Baltimore Maryland 1998 Baltimore Ravens
43 Faurot Field 71,004 Columbia Missouri 1926 Missouri Tigers football
44 Kinnick Stadium 70,585 Iowa City Iowa 1929 Iowa Hawkeyes football
45 Candlestick Park 70,207 San Francisco California 1960 San Francisco 49ers
46= The Florida Citrus Bowl 70,000 Orlando Florida 1936 Jones Tigers football - a local high school, annual Florida Classic, Capital One Bowl, Champs Sports Bowl, and East-West Shrine Game
46= Rice Stadium 70,000 Houston Texas 1950 Rice Owls football
48 LP Field 68,798 Nashville Tennessee 1999 Tennessee Titans, Tennessee State Tigers football, Franklin American Mortgage Company Music City Bowl
49 Gillette Stadium 68,756 Foxborough Massachusetts 2002 New England Revolution, New England Patriots, UMass Minutemen football
50 Lincoln Financial Field 68,532 Philadelphia Pennsylvania 2003 Philadelphia Eagles, Temple Owls football, Army–Navy Game (most years)
51 Commonwealth Stadium 67,606 Lexington Kentucky 1973 Kentucky Wildcats football
52 CenturyLink Field 67,000 Seattle Washington 2002 Seattle Seahawks, Seattle Sounders FC
53 Edward Jones Dome at America's Center 66,965 St. Louis Missouri 1995 St. Louis Rams
54 Lane Stadium 66,233 Blacksburg Virginia 1965 Virginia Tech Hokies football
55 Raymond James Stadium 65,857 Tampa Florida 1998 Tampa Bay Buccaneers, South Florida Bulls football, Outback Bowl
56 Paul Brown Stadium 65,790 Cincinnati Ohio 2000 Cincinnati Bengals
57 Heinz Field 65,050 Pittsburgh Pennsylvania 2001 Pittsburgh Steelers, Pittsburgh Panthers football
58= Alamodome 65,000 San Antonio Texas 1993 UTSA Roadrunners football, Alamo Bowl, U.S. Army All-American Bowl
58= Ford Field 65,000 Detroit Michigan 2002 Detroit Lions, MAC Championship Game, Little Caesars Pizza Bowl
60 Yale Bowl 64,269 New Haven Connecticut 1914 Yale Bulldogs football
61 Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome 64,111 Minneapolis Minnesota 1982 Minnesota Vikings
62 LaVell Edwards Stadium 64,045 Provo Utah 1964 BYU Cougars football
63 University of Phoenix Stadium 63,400 Glendale Arizona 2006 Arizona Cardinals, Fiesta Bowl, BCS National Championship Game every fourth year
64 O.co Coliseum 63,026 Oakland California 1966 Oakland Raiders, Oakland Athletics
65 Lucas Oil Stadium 63,000 Indianapolis Indiana 2008 Indianapolis Colts
65 Kenan Memorial Stadium 63,000 Chapel Hill North Carolina 1926 North Carolina Tar Heels football
66 Memorial Stadium 62,872 Champaign Illinois 1923 Illinois Fighting Illini football
67 California Memorial Stadium 62,717 Berkeley California 1923 California Golden Bears football
68 Soldier Field 61,500 Chicago Illinois 1924;2003 Chicago Bears
69 Ross-Ade Stadium 62,500 West Lafayette Indiana 1924 Purdue Boilermakers football
70 Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium 62,380 Memphis Tennessee 1965 Memphis Tigers football
71 Scott Stadium 61,500 Charlottesville Virginia 1931 Virginia Cavaliers football
72 Jones AT&T Stadium 61,000 Lubbock Texas 1947 Texas Tech Red Raiders football
73 Vaught-Hemingway Stadium 60,580 Oxford Mississippi 1915 Ole Miss Rebels football
74 Mountaineer Field 60,540 Morgantown West Virginia 1980 West Virginia Mountaineers football
75 Mississippi Veterans Memorial Stadium 60,492 Jackson Mississippi 1941 Jackson State Tigers football
76 Boone Pickens Stadium 60,000 Stillwater Oklahoma 1920 Oklahoma State Cowboys football
78 Arizona Stadium 57,803 Tucson Arizona 1928 Arizona Wildcats football
79 Carter-Finley Stadium[15] 57,583 Raleigh North Carolina 1966 NC State Wolfpack football
80 RFK Stadium 56,692 Washington, D.C. District of Columbia 1961 D.C. United, Military Bowl
81= Dodger Stadium[16] 56,000 Los Angeles California 1962 Los Angeles Dodgers
81= Papa John's Cardinal Stadium 56,000 Louisville Kentucky 1998 Louisville Cardinals football
83 Davis Wade Stadium 55,082 Starkville Mississippi 1914 Mississippi State Bulldogs football
84= Bobby Dodd Stadium at Historic Grant Field 55,000 Atlanta Georgia 1913 Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets football
84= Jack Trice Stadium 55,000 Ames Iowa 1975 Iowa State Cyclones football
86 Autzen Stadium 53,800 Eugene Oregon 1967 Oregon Ducks football
87 Folsom Field 53,750 Boulder Colorado 1924 Colorado Buffaloes football
88 War Memorial Stadium 53,727 Little Rock Arkansas 1948 Arkansas Razorbacks football (secondary to Razorback Stadium)
89 Memorial Stadium 53,500 Bloomington Indiana 1960 Indiana Hoosiers football
90 Franklin Field 52,593 Philadelphia Pennsylvania 1895 Penn Quakers football
91 Falcon Stadium 52,480 Colorado Springs Colorado 1962 Air Force Falcons football
92 High Point Solutions Stadium 52,454 Piscataway New Jersey 1994 Rutgers Scarlet Knights football
93 Bill Snyder Family Football Stadium 52,200 Manhattan Kansas 1968 Kansas State Wildcats football
94= Byrd Stadium 51,500 College Park Maryland 1950 Maryland Terrapins football
94= Sun Bowl Stadium 51,500 El Paso Texas 1963 UTEP Miners football and Sun Bowl
96 Independence Stadium 50,832 Shreveport Louisiana 1925 no home team, Independence Bowl
97 TCF Bank Stadium 50,805 Minneapolis Minnesota 2009 Minnesota Golden Gophers football
98 Coors Field[17] 50,445 Denver Colorado 1995 Colorado Rockies
99 Yankee Stadium[18] 50,291 Bronx New York 2009 New York Yankees, Pinstripe Bowl
100 Turner Field[19] 50,096 Atlanta Georgia 1996 Atlanta Braves
101 University of Kansas Memorial Stadium 50,071 Lawrence Kansas 1921 Kansas Jayhawks football
102= Aloha Stadium 50,000 Honolulu Hawaiʻi 1975 Hawaiʻi Warriors football, local high schools and Pro Bowl
102= The Bagwell Field at Dowdy–Ficklen Stadium 50,000 Greenville North Carolina 1963 East Carolina Pirates football
102= Floyd Casey Stadium 50,000 Waco Texas 1950 Baylor Bears football
102= Stanford Stadium 50,000 Stanford California 1921;2006 Stanford Cardinal football
106 Carrier Dome 49,262 Syracuse New York 1980 Syracuse Orange football, men's basketball, women's basketball, and men's lacrosse
107 Rangers Ballpark in Arlington[20] 49,115 Arlington Texas 1994 Texas Rangers
108 Chase Field[21] 49,033 Phoenix Arizona 1998 Arizona Diamondbacks
109 Oriole Park at Camden Yards[22] 48,876 Baltimore Maryland 1992 Baltimore Orioles
110 Ryan Field 47,130 Evanston Illinois 1996 Northwestern Wildcats football
111 Safeco Field[23] 47,116 Seattle Washington 1999 Seattle Mariners
112 Busch Stadium[24] 46,861 St. Louis Missouri 2006 St. Louis Cardinals
113 Reser Stadium 45,674 Corvallis Oregon 1953 Oregon State Beavers football
114 Rice-Eccles Stadium 45,634 Salt Lake City Utah 1998 Utah Utes football
115 Bright House Networks Stadium 45,301 Orlando Florida 2007 UCF Knights football
116 Angel Stadium of Anaheim[25] 45,050 Anaheim California 1966 Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim
117 Alumni Stadium 44,500 Chestnut Hill Massachusetts 1957 Boston College Eagles football
118 Amon G. Carter Stadium 44,008 Fort Worth Texas 1930 TCU Horned Frogs football, The Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl
119 Citizens Bank Park[26] 43,647 Philadelphia Pennsylvania 2004 Philadelphia Phillies
120 Progressive Field[27] 43,545 Cleveland Ohio 1994 Cleveland Indians
121 PETCO Park[28] 42,445 San Diego California 2004 San Diego Padres
122 Great American Ball Park[29] 42,059 Cincinnati Ohio 2003 Cincinnati Reds
123 Miller Park[30] 41,900 Milwaukee Wisconsin 2001 Milwaukee Brewers
124 Nationals Park[31] 41,888 Washington, D.C. District of Columbia 2008 Washington Nationals
125 Citi Field[32] 41,800 Flushing, New York New York 2009 New York Mets
126 Comerica Park[33] 41,782 Detroit Michigan 2000 Detroit Tigers
127 AT&T Park 41,503 San Francisco California 2000 San Francisco Giants, Fight Hunger Bowl
128 Wrigley Field[34][35] 41,160 Chicago Illinois 1914 Chicago Cubs
129 Bulldog Stadium 41,031 Fresno California 1980 Fresno State Bulldogs football
130 Minute Maid Park[36] 40,950 Houston Texas 2000 Houston Astros
131 Ladd Peebles Stadium 40,646 Mobile Alabama 1948 South Alabama Jaguars football, Senior Bowl and GoDaddy.com Bowl
132 U.S. Cellular Field[37] 40,615 Chicago Illinois 1991 Chicago White Sox
133 University Stadium 40,094 Albuquerque New Mexico 1960 New Mexico Lobos football, New Mexico Bowl
134= Howard J. Lamade Stadium 40,000[38] South Williamsport Pennsylvania 1959 no home team, hosts annual Little League World Series
134= Rentschler Field 40,000 East Hartford Connecticut 2003 Connecticut Huskies football, Hartford Colonials
134= Michie Stadium 40,000 West Point New York 1924 Army Black Knights football
137 Vanderbilt Stadium at Dudley Field 39,790 Nashville Tennessee 1922 Vanderbilt Commodores football
138 Target Field[39] 39,504 Minneapolis Minnesota 2010 Minnesota Twins
139 Ewing M. Kauffman Stadium[40] 39,000 Kansas City Missouri 1973 Kansas City Royals
140 PNC Park[41] 38,496 Pittsburgh Pennsylvania 2001 Pittsburgh Pirates
141 Joan C. Edwards Stadium 38,019 Huntington West Virginia 1991 Marshall Thundering Herd football
142 Fenway Park[42] 37,402 Boston Massachusetts 1912 Boston Red Sox
143= Bronco Stadium 37,000 Boise Idaho 1970 Boise State Broncos football, Famous Idaho Potato Bowl
143= Marlins Park[43] 37,000 Miami Florida 2012 Miami Marlins
145 Tropicana Field[44] 36,973 St. Petersburg Florida 1990 Tampa Bay Rays, Beef 'O' Brady's Bowl
146 Sam Boyd Stadium 36,800 Whitney Nevada 1971 UNLV Rebels football, annual Las Vegas Bowl and USA Sevens and Monster Jam World Finals
147 M. M. Roberts Stadium 36,000 Hattiesburg Mississippi 1932 Southern Miss Golden Eagles football
148 Martin Stadium 35,117 Pullman Washington 1972 Washington State Cougars football
149 Nippert Stadium 35,097 Cincinnati Ohio 1924 Cincinnati Bearcats football
150 Sonny Lubick Field at Hughes Stadium 34,400 Fort Collins Colorado 1968 Colorado State Rams football
151 Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium 34,000 Annapolis Maryland 1959 Navy Midshipmen football, Chesapeake Bayhawks
152 Wallace Wade Stadium 33,941 Durham North Carolina 1929 Duke Blue Devils football
153 Jonah Field at War Memorial Stadium 32,580 Laramie Wyoming 1950 Wyoming Cowboys football
154= Gerald J. Ford Stadium 32,000 University Park Texas 2000 SMU Mustangs football
154= John O'Quinn Field at Corbin J. Robertson Stadium 32,000 Houston Texas 1942 Houston Cougars football
156 BB&T Field at Groves Stadium 31,500 Winston-Salem North Carolina 1968 Wake Forest Demon Deacons football
157= Cajun Field 31,000 Lafayette Louisiana 1971 Louisiana-Lafayette Ragin' Cajuns football
157= Rubber Bowl 31,000 Akron Ohio 1940 local high school teams
157= Brigham Field at Huskie Stadium 31,000 DeKalb Illinois 1965 Northern Illinois Huskies football
160 ASU Stadium 30,964 Jonesboro Arkansas 1974 Arkansas State Red Wolves football
161 Apogee Stadium 30,850 Denton Texas 2011 North Texas Mean Green football
162 Joe Aillet Stadium 30,600 Ruston Louisiana 1960 Louisiana Tech Bulldogs football
163 Spartan Stadium 30,456 San Jose California 1933 San Jose State Spartans football
164 Malone Stadium 30,427 Monroe Louisiana 1978 Louisiana–Monroe Warhawks football
165 Aggie Memorial Stadium 30,343 Las Cruces New Mexico 1978 New Mexico State Aggies football
166 Harvard Stadium 30,323 Allston Massachusetts 1903 Harvard Crimson football, Boston Cannons
167 Kelly/Shorts Stadium 30,295 Mount Pleasant Michigan 1972 Central Michigan Chippewas football
168= Rynearson Stadium 30,200 Ypsilanti Michigan 1969 Eastern Michigan Eagles football
168= Waldo Stadium 30,200 Kalamazoo Michigan 1939 Western Michigan Broncos football
168= FAU Stadium 30,000 Boca Raton Florida 2011 Florida Atlantic Owls football
168= Jim Wacker Field at Bobcat Stadium 30,000 San Marcos Texas 1981 Texas State Bobcats football
168= H. A. Chapman Stadium 30,000 Tulsa Oklahoma 1930 Tulsa Golden Hurricane football
168= InfoCision Stadium – Summa Field 30,000 Akron Ohio 2009 Akron Zips football
168= Veterans Memorial Stadium 30,000 Troy Alabama 1950 Troy Trojans football
168= William "Dick" Price Stadium 30,000 Norfolk Virginia 1997 Norfolk State Spartans football
168= Mackay Stadium[45] 30,000 Reno Nevada 1966 Nevada Wolf Pack football and women's soccer
177 UB Stadium 29,013 Amherst New York 1993 Buffalo Bulls football
178 Ace W. Mumford Stadium 29,000 Baton Rouge Louisiana 1928 Southern Jaguars football
179 Joe Albi Stadium 28,646 Spokane Washington 1950 Spokane Spiders, Spokane Black Widows, local high schools
180 Princeton University Stadium 27,800 Princeton New Jersey 1998 Princeton Tigers football
181 The Home Depot Center 27,000 Carson California 2003 Los Angeles Galaxy, Club Deportivo Chivas USA
182 The Glass Bowl 26,248 Toledo Ohio 1937 Toledo Rockets football
183 Eddie Robinson Stadium 25,600 Grambling Louisiana 1983 Grambling State Tigers football
184 Schoellkopf Field 25,597 Ithaca New York 1915 Cornell Big Red football
185 Bragg Memorial Stadium 25,500 Tallahassee Florida 1957 Florida A&M Rattlers football
186 John B. and June M. Scheumann Stadium 25,400 Muncie Indiana 1967 Ball State Cardinals football
187 Washington–Grizzly Stadium 25,200 Missoula Montana 1986 Montana Grizzlies football
188 Red Bull Arena 25,189 Harrison New Jersey 2010 New York Red Bulls
189 Dix Stadium 25,000 Kent Ohio 1969 Kent State Golden Flashes football
190 Bridgeforth Stadium 24,877 Harrisonburg Virginia 1975 James Madison Dukes football
191 Cramton Bowl 24,600 Montgomery Alabama 1922 Alabama State Hornets football
192 Fred C. Yager Stadium 24,286 Oxford Ohio 1983 Miami RedHawks football
193= TD Ameritrade Park Omaha 24,000 Omaha Nebraska 2011 NCAA Men's College World Series
193= Don Peden Stadium 24,000 Athens Ohio 1929 Ohio Bobcats football
194 Doyt L. Perry Stadium 23,724 Bowling Green Ohio 1966 Bowling Green Falcons football
195 Fitton Field 23,500 Worcester Massachusetts 1924 Holy Cross Crusaders football
196 Jack Spinks Stadium 22,500 Lorman Mississippi 1992 Alcorn State Braves football
197= BBVA Compass Stadium 22,000 Houston Texas 2012 Houston Dynamo, Texas Southern Tigers football
197= Delaware Stadium 22,000 Newark Delaware 1952 Delaware Fightin' Blue Hens football
197= Houchens Industries – L. T. Smith Stadium at Jimmy Feix Field 22,000 Bowling Green Kentucky 1968 Western Kentucky Hilltoppers football
197= Oliver C. Dawson Stadium 22,000 Orangeburg South Carolina 1955 South Carolina State Bulldogs football
201 Kidd Brewer Stadium 21,650 Boone North Carolina 1962 Appalachian State Mountaineers football
202 Aggie Stadium 21,500 Greensboro North Carolina 1981 North Carolina A&T Aggies football
203 Hornet Stadium 21,650 Sacramento California 1969 Sacramento State Hornets football
204= Johnson Hagood Stadium 21,000 Charleston South Carolina 1946 The Citadel Bulldogs football
204= Louis Crews Stadium 21,000 Huntsville Alabama 1996 Alabama A&M Bulldogs football
207 W. Max Finley Stadium, Gordon L. Davenport Field 20,668 Chattanooga Tennessee 1997 Chattanooga Mocs football
208 Stambaugh Stadium 20,630 Youngstown Ohio 1982 Youngstown State Penguins football
210 FC Dallas Stadium 20,500 Frisco Texas 2005 FC Dallas, NCAA Division I Football Championship Game (FCS)
211 Columbus Crew Stadium 20,455 Columbus Ohio 1999 Columbus Crew
212 Lockhart Stadium 20,450 Fort Lauderdale Florida 1959 Fort Lauderdale Strikers
213 Jeld-Wen Field 20,438 Portland Oregon 1926 Portland Timbers
214 Hughes Stadium 20,311 Sacramento, California California 1928 Various sporting events
215 Rio Tinto Stadium 20,008 Sandy Utah 2008 Real Salt Lake
216= Brown Stadium 20,000 Providence Rhode Island 1925 Brown Bears football
216= FIU Stadium 20,000 Miami Florida 1995 FIU Golden Panthers football, Miami FC
216= Roy Kidd Stadium 20,000 Richmond Kentucky 1969 Eastern Kentucky Colonels football
216= Mesquite Memorial Stadium 20,000 Mesquite Texas 1977 Local high schools
216= Kimbrough Memorial Stadium 20,000 Canyon Texas 1959 West Texas A&M University, local high schools
216= Toyota Park 20,000 Bridgeview Illinois 2006 Chicago Fire Soccer Club

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