List of largest video screens

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This is a list of the largest video-capable screens in the world.

Rank Location Dimensions Size Resolution Megapixels Technology Display Type Provider References
1 Suzhou Sky Screen 500 by 32 metres (1,640 by 105 ft) 172,220 square feet (16,000 m2) 4,680 x 528 pixels 2.471 LED Electrosonic [1][2]
2 Fremont Street Experience, Las Vegas 1,500 by 90 feet (457 by 27 m) 135,000 square feet (12,500 m2) 7,552 x 552 pixels 4.17 2in pixel spacing Transparent LG [3][4][5]
3 Phoenix Island[dubious ] 108,000 feet (33,000 m) (linear) 125 mm LED stick elements Transparent Daktronics [6][7]
4 Mall Taman Anggrek, West Jakarta, Indonesia 1,559 by 82 feet (475 by 25 m) 93,380 square feet (8,675 m2) 3,024 x 670 pixels 2.0 42.5mm and 166mm Transparent & Traditional StandardVision [8]
5 The Place, Beijing, China 820 by 98 feet (250 by 30 m) 80,360 square feet (7,466 m2) 35 x 40mm pixel pitch Transparent (mesh) Optotech [9][10]
6 Mexico City Arena (Arena Ciudad de Mexico) 93.5 by 686 feet (28.5 by 209.1 m) 64,484 square feet (5,990.8 m2) 125 mm LED stick elements Transparent Daktronics [11]
7 Mercedes-Benz Stadium 1,075 by 58 feet (328 by 18 m) 62,350 square feet (5,793 m2) 21,504 x 1152 pixels 24.7 15HD LED Video Traditional Daktronics [12][13]
8 Tauron Arena Kraków, Poland 1,673 by 33 feet (510 by 10 m) 54,896 square feet (5,100.0 m2) 2,168 x 168 pixels 0.36 60mm pixel pitch Transparent ColosseoEAS [14]
9 New Century Global Centre (Chengdu Global Center) 446 by 98 feet (136 by 30 m) 43,916 square feet (4,079.9 m2) UMesh P25 Transparent (Mesh) Unilumin [15][16]
10 Arena Corinthians 558 by 66 feet (170 by 20 m) 37,000 square feet (3,400 m2) DOT-XL 6 RGB[17] Transparent Osram [18]
11 Qin Han Tang Emporium, Xi’an, China 551 by 152.5 feet (167.9 by 46.5 m) 32,576 square feet (3,026.4 m2) 16,256 x 1,792 pixels 29.13 10mm pixel pitch Traditional Liantronics [19][20]
12 Hangzhou Asiatic Center 198 by 152.5 feet (60.4 by 46.5 m) 30,261 square feet (2,811.3 m2) 664 x 864 pixels 0.57 70mm LED stick elements Transparent Daktronics [21][22]
13 Marriott Marquis, Times Square, NYC 392.7 by 77.7 feet (119.7 by 23.7 m) 25,610 square feet (2,379 m2) 10,048 x 2,368 pixels 23.79 10mm pixel pitch Traditional Mitsubishi Electric Diamond Vision [23][24]
14 Everbank Field 362 by 60 feet (110 by 18 m) 21,700 square feet (2,020 m2) 13mm HD pixel spacing Traditional Daktronics [25][26]
15 Texas Motor Speedway 218 by 94.6 feet (66.4 by 28.8 m) 20,622 square feet (1,915.8 m2) 3,328 x 1,440 pixels 4.79 20mm HD pixel spacing Traditional Panasonic [27]
16 BattleKart Mouscron 100 by 196.8 feet (30.5 by 60.0 m) 19,375 square feet (1,800.0 m2) 3400 x 6259 pixels 21.3 X24 Video projectors Traditional BattleKart / Epson SEIKO [28][29]
17 Harmon Corner, Las Vegas 306 by 60 feet (93 by 18 m) 18,360 square feet (1,706 m2) 7,360 x 1,440 pixels 10.60 12mm pixel Pitch SMD (Surface Mount Diode) Traditional Prismview [30][31]
18 Taipei Arena Sky Screen, Taipei, Taiwan 344 by 53 feet (105 by 16 m) 18,232 square feet (1,693.8 m2) 1,743 x 260 pixel 0.45 60 x 60mm pixel pitch Transparent OptoTech
19 Third Ring Road, Moscow 246.7 by 65.6 feet (75.2 by 20.0 m) 16,184 square feet (1,503.5 m2) 1,504 x 400 pixels 0.60 50 x 25mm pixel pitch Transparent (mesh) QSTECH [32]
20 Churchill Downs 170 by 90 feet (52 by 27 m) 15,300 square feet (1,420 m2) 4,000 x 2,160 pixels 8.64 Traditional Panasonic [33]
21 Charlotte Motor Speedway 196.85 by 76.77 feet (60.00 by 23.40 m) 15,112.53 square feet (1,404.000 m2) 784 x 2,000 pixels 1.57 Traditional Panasonic [34]
22 NRG Stadium 277.17 by 52.49 feet (84.48 by 16.00 m) 14,548.7 square feet (1,351.62 m2) 5.28 Traditional Mitsubishi Electric Diamond Vision [35]
23 Progressive Field 221 by 59 feet (67 by 18 m) 13,039 square feet (1,211.4 m2) Traditional Daktronics [36]
24 Meydan Racecourse 353 by 37 feet (108 by 11 m) 12,708 square feet (1,180.6 m2) 1,088 x 10,752 pixels 11.70 Traditional Mitsubishi Electric Diamond Vision [37]
25 Kawasaki Racecourse 236 by 52 feet (72 by 16 m) 12,272 square feet (1,140.1 m2) Traditional [38]
26 Incheon SK Happy Dream Park 208 by 59 feet (63 by 18 m) 12,257 square feet (1,138.7 m2) 1,088 x 3,840 pixels 4.18 Traditional Samsung Prismview / Diversified Innovation [39]

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27 London Stadium 266.4 by 45.6 feet (81.2 by 13.9 m) 12,148 square feet (1,128.6 m2) 15mm HD pixel spacing Traditional Daktronics [41][42]
28 AT&T Stadium 180 by 72 feet (55 by 22 m) 11,520 square feet (1,070 m2) 1,088 x 2,432 pixels 2.65 Traditional Mitsubishi Electric Diamond Vision / ANC Sports [43][44][45]
29 Safeco Field 202 by 57 feet (62 by 17 m) 11,425 square feet (1,061.4 m2) 1,080 x 3,840 pixels 4.15 Traditional Panasonic / ANC Sports [46][47]
30 Mercedes-Benz Superdome (New Orleans, La) 320 by 35 feet (98 by 11 m) 11,200 square feet (1,040 m2) 1,088 x 2,432 pixel 2.36 13 HD LED video Traditional Panasonic [48][49][50][51]
31 Jordan-Hare Stadium 190 by 57 feet (58 by 17 m) 10,830 square feet (1,006 m2) 8.7 million LEDs 13HD LED video Traditional Daktronics [52]
32 Levi's Stadium 200 by 48 feet (61 by 15 m) 9,558 square feet (888.0 m2) 1,120 x 4,648 pixels 5.21 13HD LED video Combination (Traditional and Transparent) Daktronics [53]
33 Sports Authority Field at Mile High 222 by 40 feet (68 by 12 m) 8,880 square feet (825 m2) 952 x 5,236 pixels 4.98 13HD LED video Traditional Daktronics [54]
34 Kauffman Stadium 105 by 84 feet (32 by 26 m) 8,820 square feet (819 m2) 1,800 x 1,584 pixels 2.85 16HD LED video Traditional Daktronics [55][56]
35 LP Field 54 by 157 feet (16 by 48 m) 8,478 square feet (787.6 m2) 1,032 x 3,000 pixels 3.10 Traditional Lighthouse / ANC Sports [57][58][59]
34 Tokyo Racecourse 218 by 37 feet (66 by 11 m) 8,066 square feet (749.4 m2) Traditional Mitsubishi Electric Diamond Vision [60]
36 Guaranteed Rate Field 134 by 60 feet (41 by 18 m) 8,040 square feet (747 m2) 1,840 x 4,096 pixels 7.54 10-mm Traditional Mitsubishi Electric Diamond Vision [61]
37 Gaylord Family Oklahoma Memorial Stadium 47 by 167 feet (14 by 51 m) 7,849 square feet (729.2 m2) 1,092 x 3,892 pixels 4.25 Traditional Daktronics [62]
38 Daegu Samsung Lions Park 118 by 67 feet (36 by 20 m) 7,750 square feet (720 m2) 2,400 x 1,360 pixels 3.26 Traditional Samik Display / Sony Korea [63]
39 Kyle Field South Endzone 47 by 163 feet (14 by 50 m) 7,661 square feet (711.7 m2) 1,092 x 3,808 pixels 4.16 13HD LED video Traditional Daktronics [64]
40 Hard Rock Seminole Casino 255 by 30 feet (77.7 by 9.1 m) 7,650 square feet (711 m2) 4,672 x 528 pixels 2.467 Traditional Prismview [65]
41 Petco Park 61.2 by 123.6 feet (18.7 by 37.7 m) 7,564.32 square feet (702.748 m2) 1,224 x 2,472 pixels 3.03 Traditional Daktronics [66]
42 Citizens Bank Park 76 by 97 feet (23 by 30 m) 7,372 square feet (684.9 m2) 1,512 x 1,944 pixels 2.94 15HD LED video Traditional Daktronics [67]
42 Darrell K. Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium 134 by 55 feet (41 by 17 m) 7,370 square feet (685 m2) 848 x 2,064 pixels 1.75 20mm LED video Traditional Daktronics [68]
43 FirstEnergy Stadium (Cleveland) 192 by 40 feet (59 by 12 m) 6,900 square feet (640 m2) Traditional Daktronics [69][70][71]
44 Hard Rock Stadium 137 by 50 feet (42 by 15 m) 6,850 square feet (636 m2) 736 x 2,112 pixels 1.55 20mm LED video Traditional Daktronics [60]
45 Gillette Stadium 173 by 41.5 feet (52.7 by 12.6 m) 6,806 square feet (632.3 m2) 816 x 1,656 pixels 1.35 15HD LED video Traditional Daktronics [72]
46 Minute Maid Park 124 by 54 feet (38 by 16 m) 6,696 square feet (622.1 m2) 2,472 x 1,080 pixels 2.67 15HD LED video Traditional Daktronics [73]
47 Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium 37.8 by 166.3 feet (11.5 by 50.7 m) 6,286.14 square feet (584.002 m2) 720 x 3,168 pixels 2.28 Traditional LSI industries with Click Effects [74]
48 Comerica Park 124 by 47 feet (38 by 14 m) 6,096 square feet (566.3 m2) 960 x 2,544 pixels 2.44 15HD LED video Traditional Daktronics [75]
49 Sha Tin Racecourse 231 by 26 feet (70.4 by 7.9 m) 6,006 square feet (558.0 m2) 400 x 3,520 pixels 1.41 Traditional Mitsubishi Electric Diamond Vision [76]
50 Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum 150 by 40 feet (46 by 12 m) 6,000 square feet (560 m2) 792 x 3,000 pixels 2.38 15HD LED video Traditional Daktronics [77]
51 Yankee Stadium 101 by 59 feet (31 by 18 m) 5,959 square feet (553.6 m2) Traditional Mitsubishi Electric Diamond Vision / ANC Sports [78][79][80]
52 Miller Park 110 by 54 feet (34 by 16 m) 5,940 square feet (552 m2) 1,080 x 2,184 pixels 2.36 15HD LED video Traditional Daktronics [81]
53 Target Field 101 by 57 feet (31 by 17 m) 5,757 square feet (534.8 m2) 1,080 x 1,920 pixels 2.07 16HD LED video Traditional Daktronics [82]
54 Fukuoka Dome 32.76 by 173.86 feet (9.99 by 52.99 m) 5,698.65 square feet (529.422 m2) Traditional Panasonic AstroVision [83]
55 Citi Field 54 by 105 feet (16 by 32 m) 5,670 square feet (527 m2) 1,080 x 1,920 pixels 2.07 13 HD LED video Traditional Daktronics [84]
56 Sajik Baseball Stadium 115 by 49 feet (35 by 15 m) 5,651 square feet (525.0 m2) 2,280 x 984 pixels 2.24 Traditional Daktronics [85]
57 Turner Field 79 by 71 feet (24 by 22 m) 5,600 square feet (520 m2) Traditional Mitsubishi Electric Diamond Vision / ANC Sports [80][86]
58 Chase Field 46 by 136 feet (14 by 41 m) 5,538 square feet (514.5 m2) 880 x 2,592 pixels 2.28 16HD LED video Traditional Daktronics [87]
59 New Era Field 33.5 by 164 feet (10.2 by 50.0 m) 5,494 square feet (510.4 m2) X8 Display Technology Traditional Mitsubishi Electric Diamond Vision [88]
60 Great American Ball Park 39 by 138 feet (12 by 42 m) 5,382 square feet (500.0 m2) 740 x 2,616 pixels 1.94 16HD LED video Traditional Daktronics [89]
61 Arizona Stadium 47 by 112 feet (14 by 34 m) 5,352 square feet (497.2 m2) 1728 x 720 Traditional CBS Outdoor with Click Effects [90]
62 O.co Coliseum 36 by 145 feet (11 by 44 m) 5,220 square feet (485 m2) 13HD LED video Traditional Daktronics [91]
63 Davis Wade Stadium 111 by 47 feet (34 by 14 m) 5,212 square feet (484.2 m2) 720 x 1,280 pixels 0.92 Traditional Capturion with Click Effects [92]
64 Ohio Stadium 42 by 124 feet (13 by 38 m) 5,208 square feet (483.8 m2) 16mm LED SMD video Traditional Panasonic / Lighthouse [93]
65 Marlins Park 101 by 50 feet (31 by 15 m) 5,081 square feet (472.0 m2) 1,008 x 2,016 pixels 2.03 15HD LED video Traditional Daktronics [94]
66 TCF Bank Stadium 108 by 48 feet (33 by 15 m) 5,059 square feet (470.0 m2) 900 x 2,040 pixels 1.84 16HD LED video Traditional Daktronics [95]
67 Globe Life Park in Arlington 120 by 42 feet (37 by 13 m) 5,040 square feet (468 m2) 840 x 2,352 pixels 1.98 15HD LED video Traditional Daktronics [96]
68 Vaught-Hemingway Stadium 104.5 by 48 feet (31 x 14 m) 5,016 square feet (466 m2) 1,120 x 2,436 pixels 13HD LED video Traditional Daktronics [97]
69 (tie) Cobo Center, Washington Blvd & Jefferson Ave 160 by 30 feet (48.8 by 9.1 m) 4,800 square feet (450 m2) 3.81 Semi-transparent [98]
69 (tie) The Colosseum at Caesars Palace 120 by 40 feet (37 by 12 m) 4,800 square feet (450 m2) Traditional Mitsubishi Electric Diamond Vision [99]
70 Nationals Park 101 by 47 feet (31 by 14 m) 4,747 square feet (441.0 m2) Traditional Mitsubishi Electric Diamond Vision / ANC Sports [80][100]
71 Randwick Racecourse 36 by 128 feet (11 by 39 m) 4,623 square feet (429.5 m2) 720 x 2,568 pixels 1.85 15 mm LED video Traditional Daktronics [101]
72 Neyland Stadium 124 by 37 feet (38 by 11 m) 4,588 square feet (426.2 m2) Traditional Mitsubishi Electric Diamond Vision [102][103]
73 Williams-Brice Stadium 124 by 36 feet (38 by 11 m) 4,464 square feet (414.7 m2) 840 x 2,884 pixels 2.42 13HD LED video Traditional Daktronics [104]
74 Lane Stadium 95.75 by 45.35 feet (29.18 by 13.82 m) 4,342.26 square feet (403.409 m2) 19 mm LED SMD video Traditional Panasonic / Lighthouse [105]
75 Camp Randall Stadium 4,271 square feet (396.8 m2) Traditional Daktronics [106]
76 Westgate Super Book 220.47 by 18.89 Feet 4164.67 square feet (387.072 sq m) 26,880 x 2,304 pixels 61.75 2.5 mm LED SMD video Traditional Christie Digital [107]
77 Ben Hill Griffin Stadium 29.5 by 136 feet (9.0 by 41.5 m) 4,012 square feet (372.7 m2) 560 x 2,592 pixels 1.45 16HD LED video Traditional Daktronics [108]
78 Wrigley Field 42 by 95 feet (13 by 29 m) 3,990 square feet (371 m2) 13HD LED video Traditional Daktronics [109]
79 Memorial Stadium 33.6 by 117.6 feet (10.2 by 35.8 m) 3,949 square feet (366.9 m2) Traditional Mitsubishi Electric Diamond Vision [110]
80 Kyle Field North Endzone 53 by 73 feet (16 by 22 m) 3,869 square feet (359.4 m2) Traditional Mitsubishi Electric Diamond Vision [111]
81 BB&T Field 42 by 92 feet (13 by 28 m) 3,864 square feet (359.0 m2) 840 x 1,800 pixels 1.51 15HD LED video Traditional Daktronics [112]
82 Jones AT&T Stadium 100 by 38 feet (30 by 12 m) 3,800 square feet (350 m2) 1,905 x 724 pixels 1.38 Traditional Daktronics [113][114]
83 Fenway Park 100 by 38 feet (30 by 12 m) 3,800 square feet (350 m2) Traditional Mitsubishi Electric Diamond Vision / ANC Sports [80][115]
84 Rogers Centre 110 by 33 feet (34 by 10 m) 3,630 square feet (337 m2) 432 x 1,440 pixels 0.62 23mm LED video Traditional Daktronics [116]

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