List of North American stadiums by capacity

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The following is an incomplete list of sports stadiums in North America, including Central America and the Caribbean. They are ordered by their seating capacity, that is the maximum number of seated spectators the stadium can accommodate.

Currently all North American stadiums with a capacity of 30,000 or more are included.

Most large stadiums in North America are used for American football, with the rest used for soccer, baseball, Canadian football, and one each for Bullfighting and Cricket.

Rank Stadium Capacity City Country Home team(s)
1 Michigan Stadium 107,601[1] Ann Arbor  USA Michigan Wolverines football
2 Beaver Stadium 106,572[2] University Park  USA Penn State Nittany Lions football
3 Ohio Stadium 104,944[3] Columbus  USA Ohio State Buckeyes football
4 Kyle Field 102,512[4] College Station  USA Texas A&M Aggies football
5 Neyland Stadium 102,455[5] Knoxville  USA Tennessee Volunteers football
6 Tiger Stadium 102,321[6] Baton Rouge  USA LSU Tigers football
7 Bryant–Denny Stadium 101,821[7] Tuscaloosa  USA Alabama Crimson Tide football
8 Darrell K Royal–Texas Memorial Stadium 100,119[8] Austin  USA Texas Longhorns football
9 Estadio Azteca 95,500[9] Mexico City Mexico Mexico Club América
10 Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum 93,607[10][11] Los Angeles  USA USC Trojans football, Los Angeles Rams
11 Sanford Stadium 92,756[12] Athens  USA Georgia Bulldogs football
12 Rose Bowl 92,542[13] Pasadena  USA UCLA Bruins football, hosts Rose Bowl Game annually
13 Cotton Bowl 92,100 Dallas  USA Hosts Red River Rivalry (Oklahoma vs. Texas), State Fair Classic (Grambling vs. Prairie View), Heart of Dallas Bowl
14 Ben Hill Griffin Stadium 88,548[14] Gainesville  USA Florida Gators football
15 Jordan–Hare Stadium 87,451[15] Auburn  USA Auburn Tigers football
16 Memorial Stadium 86,047 Lincoln  USA Nebraska Cornhuskers football
17 MetLife Stadium 82,500 East Rutherford  USA New York Giants, New York Jets
18 Gaylord Family Oklahoma Memorial Stadium 82,112 Norman  USA Oklahoma Sooners football
19 Memorial Stadium 82,000 Clemson  USA Clemson Tigers football
20 FedExField 82,000[16] Landover  USA Washington Redskins
21 Lambeau Field 80,978 Green Bay  USA Green Bay Packers
22 Notre Dame Stadium 80,795 Notre Dame  USA Notre Dame Fighting Irish football
23 Camp Randall Stadium 80,321 Madison  USA Wisconsin Badgers football
24 Pontiac Silverdome 80,311 Pontiac  USA Former home of the Detroit Lions from 1975–2001.
25 Williams-Brice Stadium 80,250 Columbia, South Carolina  USA South Carolina Gamecocks football
26 AT&T Stadium 80,000[17] Arlington  USA Dallas Cowboys, hosts Cotton Bowl Classic
27 Arrowhead Stadium 77,000 Kansas City  USA Kansas City Chiefs
28 Bobby Bowden Field at Doak Campbell Stadium 79,560 Tallahassee  USA Florida State Seminoles football
29 EverBank Field 76,867 Jacksonville  USA Jacksonville Jaguars, hosts Gator Bowl
31 Sports Authority Field at Mile High 76,125 Denver  USA Denver Broncos, Denver Outlaws
32 Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium 76,000 Fayetteville  USA Arkansas Razorbacks football (primary)
33 Spartan Stadium 75,005 East Lansing  USA Michigan State Spartans football
34 New Era Field 73,967 Orchard Park  USA Buffalo Bills
35 Bank of America Stadium 73,778 Charlotte  USA Carolina Panthers, hosts Belk Bowl
36 Mercedes-Benz Superdome 73,208 New Orleans  USA New Orleans Saints; Tulane Green Wave football; hosts Bayou Classic (Grambling vs. Southern), New Orleans Bowl and Sugar Bowl annually
37 Legion Field 71,594 Birmingham  USA UAB Blazers, hosts BBVA Compass Bowl
38 NRG Stadium 71,500 Houston  USA Houston Texans, hosts Meineke Car Care Bowl of Texas
39 Qualcomm Stadium 71,294 San Diego  USA San Diego State Aztecs football, hosts Holiday Bowl
40 Georgia Dome 71,228 Atlanta  USA Atlanta Falcons, Georgia State Panthers football, hosts SEC Championship Game, Chick-fil-A Bowl, and Atlanta Football Classic (Florida A&M vs. another HBCU, most often Tennessee State)
41 M&T Bank Stadium 71,008 Baltimore  USA Baltimore Ravens
42 Faurot Field 71,004 Columbia  USA Missouri Tigers football
43 Kinnick Stadium 70,585 Iowa City  USA Iowa Hawkeyes football
44 Husky Stadium 70,083[18] Seattle  USA Washington Huskies football
44 Rice Stadium 70,083 Houston  USA Rice Owls football
45 Estadio Cuscatlán 70,000 San Salvador  El Salvador Alianza F.C., C.D. Atlético Marte
Camping World Stadium 70,000 Orlando  USA Jones High School; also hosts Capital One Bowl, Champs Sports Bowl, and Florida Classic (Florida A&M v Bethune-Cookman)
47 Nissan Stadium 68,798 Nashville  USA Tennessee Titans, Tennessee State Tigers football, hosts Music City Bowl
48 Gillette Stadium 68,756 Foxborough  USA New England Patriots, New England Revolution
49 Lincoln Financial Field 68,532 Philadelphia  USA Philadelphia Eagles, Temple Owls football
Levi's Stadium 68,500 Santa Clara, California  USA San Francisco 49ers, Foster Farms Bowl, Pac-12 Football Championship Game
51 FirstEnergy Stadium 67,407 Cleveland  USA Cleveland Browns
52 CenturyLink Field 67,000 Seattle  USA Seattle Seahawks, Seattle Sounders FC
53 The Dome at America's Center 66,965 St. Louis  USA Former home of the St. Louis Rams from 1995–2015.
54 Olympic Stadium 66,308 Montreal  Canada some games for Montreal Alouettes and Montreal Impact
55 Lane Stadium 66,233 Blacksburg  USA Virginia Tech Hokies football
56 U.S. Bank Stadium 66,200 Minneapolis  USA Minnesota Vikings
57 Raymond James Stadium 65,857 Tampa  USA Tampa Bay Buccaneers, South Florida Bulls football, hosts Outback Bowl
58 Paul Brown Stadium 65,790 Cincinnati  USA Cincinnati Bengals
59 Hard Rock Stadium 65,236 Miami Gardens  USA Miami Dolphins; Miami Hurricanes football; hosts Orange Bowl annually
60 Heinz Field 65,050 Pittsburgh  USA Pittsburgh Steelers, Pittsburgh Panthers football
61 Alamodome 65,000 San Antonio  USA UTSA Roadrunners football; hosts Alamo Bowl, U.S. Army All-American Bowl
Ford Field 65,000 Detroit  USA Detroit Lions, hosts MAC Championship Game and Little Caesars Pizza Bowl
63 Sun Devil Stadium 64,248 Tempe  USA Arizona State Sun Devils football, hosts Cactus Bowl (Tempe)
64 Yale Bowl 64,246 New Haven  USA Yale Bulldogs football
65 LaVell Edwards Stadium 64,045 Provo  USA BYU Cougars football
66 Vaught–Hemingway Stadium 64,038 Oxford  USA Ole Miss Rebels football
67 University of Phoenix Stadium 63,400 Glendale  USA Arizona Cardinals, hosts Fiesta Bowl annually
68 Estadio Olímpico Universitario 63,186[19] Mexico City Mexico Mexico Club Universidad Nacional, Pumas Dorados de la UNAM
69 Oakland–Alameda County Coliseum 63,026 Oakland  USA Oakland Raiders, Oakland Athletics
70 Lucas Oil Stadium 63,000 Indianapolis  USA Indianapolis Colts, hosts

Big Ten Championship Game and Circle City Classic (annual HBCU event)

71 Kenan Memorial Stadium 62,980 Chapel Hill  USA North Carolina Tar Heels football
72 Memorial Stadium 62,872 Champaign  USA Illinois Fighting Illini football
73 California Memorial Stadium 62,717 Berkeley  USA California Golden Bears football
74 Ross–Ade Stadium 62,500 West Lafayette  USA Purdue Boilermakers football
75 Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium 62,380 Memphis  USA Memphis Tigers football, hosts Liberty Bowl game
76 Jack Trice Stadium 61,500 Ames  USA Iowa State Cyclones football
Scott Stadium 61,500 Charlottesville  USA Virginia Cavaliers football
Soldier Field 61,500 Chicago  USA Chicago Bears
79 Davis Wade Stadium 61,337 Starkville  USA Mississippi State Bulldogs football
80 Kroger Field 61,000 Lexington  USA Kentucky Wildcats football
81 Mississippi Veterans Memorial Stadium 60,492 Jackson  USA Jackson State Tigers football
82 Jones AT&T Stadium 60,454 Lubbock  USA Texas Tech Red Raiders football
83 Boone Pickens Stadium 60,218 Stillwater  USA Oklahoma State Cowboys football
84 Mountaineer Field at Milan Puskar Stadium 60,000 Morgantown  USA West Virginia Mountaineers football
85 Arizona Stadium 57,803 Tucson  USA Arizona Wildcats football
86 Carter–Finley Stadium 57,583[20] Raleigh  USA NC State Wolfpack football
87 Estadio Jalisco 56,713[19] Guadalajara Mexico Mexico C.D. Guadalajara, Club Atlas
88 Robert F. Kennedy Memorial Stadium 56,692 Washington, D.C.  USA D.C. United, hosts Military Bowl
89 Commonwealth Stadium 56,302 Edmonton  Canada Edmonton Eskimos, Canada men's and women's national soccer teams
90 Dodger Stadium 56,000 Los Angeles  USA Los Angeles Dodgers
91 Papa John's Cardinal Stadium 56,000 Louisville  USA Louisville Cardinals football
92 BC Place 55,000 Vancouver  Canada BC Lions, Vancouver Whitecaps
Bobby Dodd Stadium 55,000 Atlanta  USA Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets football, temporary home to Atlanta United FC (2017)
Estadio Latinoamericano 55,000 Havana Cuba Cuba Industriales, Metropolitanos
95 Autzen Stadium 54,000 Eugene  USA Oregon Ducks football
96 Folsom Field 53,500 Boulder  USA Colorado Buffaloes football
Estadio BBVA Bancomer 53,500 Monterrey  MEX Monterrey
98 War Memorial Stadium 53,727 Little Rock  USA Arkansas Razorbacks football (secondary to Razorback Stadium)
99 Independence Stadium 53,000 Shreveport  USA none, hosts annual Independence Bowl game
101 Memorial Stadium 52,929 Bloomington  USA Indiana Hoosiers football
102 Franklin Field 52,593 Philadelphia  USA Penn Quakers football
103 TCF Bank Stadium 52,525 Minneapolis  USA Minnesota Golden Gophers football, temporary home to Minnesota United FC (2017–2018)
104 Falcon Stadium 52,480 Colorado Springs  USA Air Force Falcons football
105 High Point Solutions Stadium 52,454 Piscataway  USA Rutgers Scarlet Knights football
106 Yankee Stadium 52,325[21] New York City  USA New York Yankees, New York City FC, hosts Pinstripe Bowl
107 Maryland Stadium 51,602 College Park  USA Maryland Terrapins football
108 Sun Bowl Stadium 51,500 El Paso  USA UTEP Miners football, hosts Sun Bowl
109 Estadio Cuauhtémoc 50,754[19] Puebla  Mexico Puebla
110 Coors Field 50,445 Denver  USA Colorado Rockies
111 University of Kansas Memorial Stadium 50,071 Lawrence  USA Kansas Jayhawks football
112 Aloha Stadium 50,000 Honolulu  USA Hawaiʻi Warriors football, hosts Hawaiʻi Bowl and Pro Bowl
Bill Snyder Family Football Stadium 50,000 Manhattan  USA Kansas State Wildcats football
Dowdy–Ficklen Stadium 50,000 Greenville  USA East Carolina Pirates football
Floyd Casey Stadium 50,000 Waco  USA Baylor Bears football
Stanford Stadium 50,000 Stanford  USA Stanford Cardinal football
117 Rogers Centre 49,539 Toronto  Canada Toronto Blue Jays
118 Carrier Dome 49,262 Syracuse  USA Syracuse Orange football, men's and women's basketball, men's and women's lacrosse
119 Globe Life Park in Arlington 49,200 Arlington  USA Texas Rangers
120 Chase Field 49,033 Phoenix  USA Arizona Diamondbacks
121 Oriole Park at Camden Yards 48,876 Baltimore  USA Baltimore Orioles
122 Ryan Field 47,130 Evanston  USA Northwestern Wildcats football
123 Safeco Field 47,116 Seattle  USA Seattle Mariners
124 Rice Stadium 47,000 Houston  USA Rice Owls football
125 Busch Stadium 46,861 St. Louis  USA St. Louis Cardinals
126 Reser Stadium 45,674 Corvallis  USA Oregon State Beavers football
127 Estadio Omnilife 45,500[19] Guadalajara Mexico Mexico C.D. Guadalajara
128 Bright House Networks Stadium 45,301 Orlando  USA UCF Knights football
129 Angel Stadium of Anaheim 45,050 Anaheim  USA Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim
130 Rice-Eccles Stadium 45,017 Salt Lake City  USA Utah Utes football
131 Amon G. Carter Stadium 45,000[22] Fort Worth  USA TCU Horned Frogs football, host of the Armed Forces Bowl
132 Alumni Stadium 44,500 Chestnut Hill  USA Boston College Eagles football
133 Citizens Bank Park 43,647 Philadelphia  USA Philadelphia Phillies
134 Progressive Field 43,515 Cleveland  USA Cleveland Indians
135 Petco Park 42,445 San Diego  USA San Diego Padres
136 Great American Ball Park 42,059 Cincinnati  USA Cincinnati Reds
137 Miller Park 41,900 Milwaukee  USA Milwaukee Brewers
138 Nationals Park 41,888 Washington, D.C.  USA Washington Nationals
139 Citi Field 41,800 New York City  USA New York Mets
140 AT&T Park 41,503 San Francisco  USA San Francisco Giants
141 Comerica Park 41,782 Detroit  USA Detroit Tigers
142 Colorado State Stadium 41,200 Fort Collins  USA Colorado State Rams football
143 Wrigley Field 41,160 Chicago  USA Chicago Cubs
144 SunTrust Park 41,149 Cumberland  USA Atlanta Braves
145 Estadio Morelos 41,056 Morelia  Mexico Morelia
146 Bulldog Stadium 41,031 Fresno  USA Fresno State Bulldogs football
147 Minute Maid Park 40,950 Houston  USA Houston Astros
148 Ladd–Peebles Stadium 40,646 Mobile  USA South Alabama Jaguars football, hosts Senior Bowl and GoDaddy.com Bowl
149 Guaranteed Rate Field 40,615 Chicago  USA Chicago White Sox
150 Pratt & Whitney Stadium 40,000 East Hartford  USA Connecticut Huskies football
Estadio Olímpico Metropolitano 40,000 San Pedro Sula  Honduras Marathón
Plaza México 40,000 Mexico City Mexico Mexico Bullfighting
Howard J. Lamade Stadium 40,000 South Williamsport  USA none, hosts annual Little League World Series
Michie Stadium 40,000 West Point  USA Army Black Knights football
Nippert Stadium 40,000 Cincinnati  USA Cincinnati Bearcats football, FC Cincinnati
156 Estadio Universitario 39,997 San Nicolás de los Garza  Mexico Tigres de la UANL
157 Vanderbilt Stadium 39,790 Nashville  USA Vanderbilt Commodores football
158 Target Field 39,504 Minneapolis  USA Minnesota Twins
159 Dreamstyle Stadium 39,224 Albuquerque  USA New Mexico Lobos football, hosts New Mexico Bowl
160 Kauffman Stadium 39,000 Kansas City  USA Kansas City Royals
161 PNC Park 38,496 Pittsburgh  USA Pittsburgh Pirates
162 Joan C. Edwards Stadium 38,016 Huntington  USA Marshall Thundering Herd football
163 Albertsons Stadium 37,500 Boise  USA Boise State Broncos football, hosts Famous Idaho Potato Bowl
164 Fenway Park 37,402 Boston  USA Boston Red Sox
165 Tropicana Field 36,973 St. Petersburg  USA Tampa Bay Rays, hosts Beef 'O' Brady's Bowl
166 Sam Boyd Stadium 36,800 Las Vegas  USA UNLV Rebels football, hosts Las Vegas Bowl, USA Sevens, and USA Women's Sevens
167 M. M. Roberts Stadium 36,000 Hattiesburg  USA Southern Miss Golden Eagles football
168 McMahon Stadium 35,650 Calgary  Canada Calgary Stampeders, Calgary Dinos, Calgary Colts
169 Skelly Field at H.A. Chapman Stadium 35,542 Tulsa  USA Tulsa Golden Hurricane football
170 Martin Stadium 35,117 Pullman  USA Washington State Cougars football
171 National Stadium (Costa Rica) 35,093 San José Costa Rica Costa Rica Costa Rica national football team
172 Estadio Azul 35,000 Mexico City Mexico Mexico Cruz Azul
Estadio Tiburcio Carías Andino 35,000 Tegucigalpa  Honduras Club Deportivo Motagua, Club Deportivo Olimpia
Independence Park 35,000 Kingston  Jamaica Jamaica national football team
175 Estadio La Corregidora 34,130 Querétaro  Mexico Querétaro F.C.
176 Estadio Félix Sánchez 34,000 Santo Domingo  Dominican Republic Dominican Republic national football team
Estadio Panamericano 34,000 Havana  Cuba Cuba national football team
Navy–Marine Corps Memorial Stadium 34,000 Annapolis  USA Navy Midshipmen football, Chesapeake Bayhawks, Military Bowl game
179 Estadio Nou Camp 33,943 León  Mexico Club León
180 Wallace Wade Stadium 33,941 Durham  USA Duke Blue Devils football
181 Investors Group Field 33,422 Winnipeg  Canada Winnipeg Blue Bombers
182 Mosaic Stadium 33,000 Regina  Canada Saskatchewan Roughriders, Regina Rams, Regina Thunder, Regina Riot, local high schools
183 Estadio Tecnológico 32,864 Monterrey  Mexico Club de Futbol Monterrey
184 War Memorial Stadium 32,580 Laramie  USA Wyoming Cowboys football
185 Kensington Oval 32,000 Bridgetown  Barbados West Indies cricket team
Estadio Jorge "Mágico" González 32,000 San Salvador  El Salvador none
Gerald J. Ford Stadium 32,000 University Park  USA SMU Mustangs football
Robertson Stadium 32,000 Houston  USA Houston Cougars football, Houston Dynamo
189 BB&T Field 31,500 Winston-Salem  USA Wake Forest Demon Deacons football
190 Cajun Field 31,000 Lafayette  USA Louisiana-Lafayette Ragin' Cajuns football
Rubber Bowl 31,000 Akron  USA local high school teams
192 Huskie Stadium 30,998 DeKalb  USA Northern Illinois Huskies football
193 Centennial Bank Stadium 30,964 Jonesboro  USA Arkansas State Red Wolves football
194 Apogee Stadium 30,850 Denton  USA North Texas Mean Green football
195 Joe Aillet Stadium 30,600 Ruston  USA Louisiana Tech Bulldogs football
196 Dix Stadium 30,520 Kent  USA Kent State Golden Flashes football
197 CEFCU Stadium 30,456 San Jose  USA San Jose State Spartans football
198 Malone Stadium 30,427 Monroe  USA ULM Warhawks football
199 Aggie Memorial Stadium 30,343 Las Cruces  USA New Mexico State Aggies football
200 Harvard Stadium 30,323 Boston  USA Harvard Crimson football
201 Rynearson Stadium 30,200 Ypsilanti  USA Eastern Michigan Eagles football
202 Kelly/Shorts Stadium 30,199 Mount Pleasant  USA Central Michigan Chippewas football
203 Dennis Martínez National Stadium 30,100 Managua  Nicaragua Deportivo Walter Ferretti
Waldo Stadium 30,100 Kalamazoo  USA Western Michigan Broncos football
205 Estadio Mateo Flores 30,000 Guatemala City  Guatemala CSD Municipal, CSD Comunicaciones
BMO Field 30,000[23] Toronto  Canada Toronto FC, Toronto Argonauts, Canada men's national soccer team, Canada women's national soccer team, Canada national rugby union team
Cessna Stadium 30,000 Wichita  USA Wichita State Shockers track and field, local and state high school football
Cinco de Septiembre Stadium 30,000 Cienfuegos  Cuba Cienfuegos
Estadio Luis de la Fuente 30,000 Veracruz  Mexico Deportivo Veracruz
FAU Stadium 30,000 Boca Raton  USA Florida Atlantic Owls football
InfoCision Stadium – Summa Field 30,000 Akron  USA Akron Zips football
Jim Wacker Field at Bobcat Stadium 30,000 San Marcos  USA Texas State Bobcats football
Veterans Memorial Stadium 30,000 Troy  USA Troy Trojans football
Victoria de Girón Stadium 30,000 Matanzas  Cuba Matanzas
William "Dick" Price Stadium 30,000 Norfolk  USA Norfolk State Spartans

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