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This List of Division I-FBS college football stadiums includes stadiums that currently serve as the home venue for NCAA Division I-Bowl Subdivision college football teams.

Stadium City State Team Conference Capacity Record1 Constructed Expansion2
Aggie Memorial Stadium Las Cruces NM New Mexico State WAC 30,343[1] 32,993
(1998-09-26 vs. UTEP)[1]
1978[1] 2005[1]
Aloha Stadium Honolulu HI Hawaii WAC 50,000[2] 1975[2] 2003[2]
Alumni Stadium Chestnut Hill MA Boston College ACC 44,500[3] 1957[4] 1995[3]
Amon G. Carter Stadium Fort Worth TX TCU Mountain West 46,000[5] 47,280
(1984-11-17 vs. Texas)[5]
1929[5] 2002[5]
Arizona Stadium Tucson AZ Arizona Pac-12 56,000[6] 1928[6] 1988[6]
Autzen Stadium Eugene OR Oregon Pac-12 53,800 59,379 1967 2002
BB&T Field Winston-Salem NC Wake Forest ACC 31,500 1968
Beaver Stadium University Park PA Penn State Big Ten 107,282 110,753
(2002-09-14 vs. Nebraska)[7]
1909 2001
Ben Hill Griffin Stadium Gainesville FL Florida SEC 88,548[8] 90,833
(2008-09-06 vs. Miami (FL))[8]
1930[8] 2003[8]
Bill Snyder Family Football Stadium Manhattan KS Kansas State Big 12 50,300[9] 53,811
(2000-11-11 vs. Nebraska[10]
1968[10] 2005[10]
Bobby Bowden Field at Doak Campbell Stadium Tallahassee FL Florida State ACC 82,300[11] 84,336
(2003-10-11 vs. Miami)[11]
1950[11] 2003[11]
Bobby Dodd Stadium Atlanta GA Georgia Tech ACC 55,000[12] 56,680
(2006-09-02 vs. Notre Dame)[12]
1913[12] 2003[12]
Boone Pickens Stadium Stillwater OK Oklahoma State Big 12 60,000[13] 51,458
(1979-11-03 vs. Oklahoma)[14]
1920[13] 2005[13]
Huskie Stadium DeKalb IL Northern Illinois MAC 30,998[15] 1965[15] 2000[15]
Bright House Networks Stadium Orlando FL Central Florida C-USA 45,301[16] 46,103
(2007-11-03 vs. Marshall[17]
2007[16]
Bronco Stadium, Lyle Smith Field Boise ID Boise State WAC 32,000[18] 30,950
(2004-09-10 vs. Oregon State)[18]
1970[18] 2008[18]
Bryant-Denny Stadium Tuscaloosa AL Alabama SEC 92,138[19] 92,138
(2006-09-16 vs. LA-Monroe)[19]
1929[19] 2006[19]
Bulldog Stadium Fresno CA Fresno State WAC 41,031 1980
Byrd Stadium College Park MD Maryland ACC 51,500 1950
Cajun Field Lafayette LA Louisiana-Lafayette Sun Belt 31,000 1971
California Memorial Stadium Berkeley CA California Pac-12 72,516[20] 83,000
(1947-09-27 vs. Navy;
1952-11-22 vs. Stanford)[21]
1923[20] 1995[20]
Camp Randall Stadium Madison WI Wisconsin Big Ten 80,321[22] 83,069
(2005-11-06 vs. Minnesota)[22]
1917[22] 2005[22]
Carrier Dome Syracuse NY Syracuse Big East 49,250[23] 50,564
(1980-09-20 vs. Miami (Ohio))[24]
1980[23]
Carter-Finley Stadium Raleigh NC NC State ACC 60,000 1966
Commonwealth Stadium Lexington KY Kentucky SEC 67,606[25] 71,024
(2007-10-20 vs. Florida)[26]
1973[25] 1999[25]
Darrell K. Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium Austin TX Texas Big 12 94,113[27] 98,383
(2008-10-18 vs. Missouri.)[28][29]
1924[30] 2008[31]
Davis Wade Stadium Starkville MS Mississippi State SEC 55,082[32] 1914[32] 2002[32]
Dix Stadium Kent OH Kent State MAC 29,287 1969
Dolphin Stadium Miami Gardens FL Miami ACC 76,500 1987
Dowdy-Ficklen Stadium Greenville NC East Carolina C-USA 43,000
Doyt Perry Stadium Bowling Green OH Bowling Green MAC 23,724[33] 33,527
(1983-10-08 vs. Toledo)[33]
1966[33]
Falcon Stadium Colorado Springs CO Air Force Mountain West 52,123[34] 56,162
(2001-09-01 vs. Oklahoma)[35]
1962
Faurot Field Columbia MO Missouri Big 12 68,349[36] 75,298
(1980-10-04 vs. Penn State)[36]
1927[36] 1968[36]
FIU Stadium Miami FL Florida International Sun Belt 23,500 (45,000 by 2010)
Floyd Casey Stadium Waco TX Baylor Big 12 50,000[37] 51,385
(2006-10-28 vs. Texas A&M)[38]
1950[38] 2002[38]
Folsom Field Boulder CO Colorado Pac-12 53,750[39] 54,972
(2006-09-03 vs. Colorado State)[39]
1924[39] 2003[39]
Fouts Field Denton TX North Texas Sun Belt 30,500[40] 1952[40] 2005[41]
Gaylord Family Oklahoma Memorial Stadium Norman OK Oklahoma Big 12 82,112[42] 85,357
(2007-09-08 vs. Miami)[43]
1925[42] 2003[42]
Gerald J. Ford Stadium University Park TX SMU C-USA 32,000[44] 2000[44]
Glass Bowl Toledo OH Toledo MAC 26,248
Heinz Field Pittsburgh PA Pittsburgh Big East 65,050[45] 2001[45]
Houchens Industries - L. T. Smith Stadium Bowling Green KY Western Kentucky Independent 22,000
TCF Bank Stadium Minneapolis MN Minnesota Big Ten 64,172[46] 65,184
(2002-11-23 vs. Iowa)[46]
1982[46]
Husky Stadium Seattle WA Washington Pac-10 70,138[47] 76,125
(1995-09-23 vs. Army)
1920 1987
Indian Stadium Jonesboro AR Arkansas State Sun Belt 30,964[48] 30,427
(vs. Memphis)
1974[48] 2002[48]
Jack Trice Stadium Ames IA Iowa State Big 12 55,000[49] 56,795
(2007-09-08 vs. Northern Iowa)[50]
1975[49] 2008[49]
Joan C. Edwards Stadium Huntington WV Marshall C-USA 38,019 40,383
(2007-09-08 vs. West Virginia)[51]
1991 2000
Joe Aillet Stadium Ruston LA Louisiana Tech WAC 30,600
Johnny "Red" Floyd Stadium Murfreesboro TN Middle Tennessee Sun Belt 30,788 1933 1997
Jones AT&T Stadium Lubbock TX Texas Tech Big 12 53,000[52] 56,333
(2008-11-01 vs. Texas)[53]
1947[52] 2005[52]
Jordan-Hare Stadium Auburn AL Auburn SEC 87,451[54] 87,451
(multiple)[54]
1939[54] 2004[54]
Kelly/Shorts Stadium Mount Pleasant MI Central Michigan MAC 30,199[55] 1972[55] 1997[55]
Kenan Memorial Stadium Chapel Hill NC North Carolina ACC 60,000 1926 2008
Kibbie Dome Moscow ID Idaho WAC 16,000 1971 1975
(dome)
Kinnick Stadium Iowa City IA Iowa Big Ten 70,585[56] 70,397
(against various teams)[57]
1929[58] 2006[56]
Kyle Field College Station TX Texas A&M Big 12 83,002[59] 88,253
(2007-11-23 vs. Texas)[60][61]
1904[62] 2000[63]
Lane Stadium Blacksburg VA Virginia Tech ACC 66,233 Broke ground 1964, finished 1965 1980-2005
LaVell Edwards Stadium Provo UT BYU Mountain West 64,045[64] 66,247
(1993-10-16 vs. Notre Dame)[65]
1964[64] 2003[64]
Legion Field Birmingham AL UAB C-USA 71,594 44,669 1926 1991
Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium Memphis TN Memphis C-USA 62,380[66] 65,885 (1996-11-09 vs. Tennessee)[66] 1965[66] 1987[66]
Lincoln Financial Field Philadelphia PA Temple MAC 68,532 69,144 2003
Lockhart Stadium Fort Lauderdale FL Florida Atlantic Sun Belt 20,450 1959 1998
Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum Los Angeles CA USC Pac-12 92,500 105,236 (1947-12-06, USC vs Notre Dame)[67] 1923 1930, 1964, 1995
Mercedes-Benz Superdome New Orleans LA Tulane C-USA 69,703[68] 79,651 (2008-01-07, 2008 BCS National Championship Game, LSU vs. Ohio State)[69] 1975[68] 2006[68]
Mackay Stadium Reno NV Nevada WAC 29,993 33,391 1966 1978, 1992, 2006
Malone Stadium Monroe LA Louisiana-Monroe Sun Belt 30,427
Martin Stadium Pullman WA Washington State Pac-12 35,117
Memorial Stadium Clemson SC Clemson ACC 80,301[70] 86,092
(1999-10-10 vs. Florida State)[71]
1942[70] 2006[70]
Memorial Stadium Champaign IL Illinois Big Ten 69,249[72] 78,297
(1984-09-08 vs. Missouri)[73]
1923[72] 2008[72]
Memorial Stadium Bloomington IN Indiana Big Ten 52,180[74] 56,223
(1969-11-22 vs. Purdue)[75]
1960[74] 2003[74]
Memorial Stadium Lawrence KS Kansas Big 12 50,250[76] 51,821
(2006-11-18 vs. Kansas State)[77]
1921[76] 1999[76]
Memorial Stadium Lincoln NE Nebraska Big 12 81,067[78] 85,197
(2006-11-04 vs. Missouri)[78]
1923[79] 2006[78]
Michie Stadium West Point NY Army Independent 39,929[80] 1924[80] 2001[80]
Michigan Stadium Ann Arbor MI Michigan Big Ten 106,201[81] 112,118
(2003-11-24 vs. Ohio State)[82]
1927 1998
Mountaineer Field at Milan Puskar Stadium Morgantown WV West Virginia Big East 60,000[83] 70,222
(1993-11-20 vs. Miami)[83]
1980[83] 2004[83]
Movie Gallery Stadium Troy AL Troy Sun Belt 30,000
Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium Annapolis MD Navy Independent 35,000[84] 36,918
(2006-10-14 vs. Rutgers)[84]
1959[84] 2005[84]
Nippert Stadium Cincinnati OH Cincinnati Big East 35,000[85] 35,098[86]
(2008-11-22 vs. Pittsburgh[87] and three times in 2007)[88]
1924[85] 2005[85]
Neyland Stadium Knoxville TN Tennessee SEC 104,079[89] 109,061
(2004-09-18 vs. Florida)[89]
1921[89] 1997[89]
Notre Dame Stadium South Bend IN Notre Dame Independent 80,795[90] 1930[90] 1997[90]
Ohio Stadium Columbus OH Ohio State Big Ten 101,568[91] 105,539
(2002-11-23 vs. Michigan)[91]
1922[91] 2001[91]
Papa John's Cardinal Stadium Louisville KY Louisville Big East 42,000[92] 1998[92]
Peden Stadium Athens OH Ohio MAC 24,000
Qualcomm Stadium San Diego CA San Diego State Mountain West 70,561[93] 68,537
(2005-10-10 NFL Steelers vs. Chargers)[94]
1967[95] 1997[95]
Raymond James Stadium Tampa FL USF Big East 65,857[96] 71,921
(2001-01-28, Super Bowl XXXV, Baltimore vs. New York Giants)[97]
1998[96]
Razorback Stadium Fayetteville AR Arkansas SEC 76,000[98] 76,728
(2006-11-11 vs. Tennessee)[99]
1938[98] 2006[98]
Rentschler Field East Hartford CT Connecticut Big East 40,000[100] 40,000 (multiple times – most recent, 2007-11-17 vs. Syracuse)[101] 2003[102]
Reser Stadium Corvallis OR Oregon State Pac-12 46,200 1953 2005
Rice Stadium Houston TX Rice C-USA 70,000 1950
Rice-Eccles Stadium Salt Lake City UT Utah Pac-12 45,017[103] 46,768
(2003-09-11 vs. California)[104]
1998[104] 1998[103]
Roberts Stadium Hattiesburg MS Southern Miss C-USA 36,000
Robertson Stadium Houston TX Houston C-USA 32,000 [105] 31,818
(2006-01-12, vs. Southern Miss)[106]
1941[105] 2004[107]
Romney Stadium Logan UT Utah State WAC 30,257
Rose Bowl Pasadena CA UCLA Pac-12 92,542[108] 106,869
(1973-01-01, Rose Bowl, USC vs. Ohio State)[109]
1921-1922 1949
Ross-Ade Stadium West Lafayette IN Purdue Big Ten 62,500[110] 71,629
(1980-11-22 vs. Indiana)[111]
1924[110] 2006[110]
Rubber Bowl Akron OH Akron MAC 31,000[112] 1940[112] 2003[112]
Rutgers Stadium Piscataway NJ Rutgers Big East 42,000[113] 44,267
(2007-10-18 vs. South Florida)[114]
1994[115] 2003[115]
Ryan Field Evanston IL Northwestern Big Ten 49,256 55,000
[116]
1926 1997
Rynearson Stadium Ypsilanti MI Eastern Michigan MAC 30,200 [117] 1969 [117] 1992 [117]
Sam Boyd Stadium Las Vegas NV UNLV Mountain West 36,800[118] 41,091
(1996-09-14 vs. Wisconsin)[118]
1971[118] 1999[118]
Sanford Stadium Athens GA Georgia SEC 92,746[119] 92,746[119] 1929[119] 2004[119]
Scheumann Stadium Muncie IN Ball State MAC 22,500
Scott Stadium Charlottesville VA Virginia ACC 61,500 63,701
(2004-11-13 vs. #18 Miami)
1931 1981, 2000
Skelly Field at H.A. Chapman Stadium Tulsa OK Tulsa C-USA 35,542[120] 47,350
(1987-09-26 vs. Oklahoma)[120]
1930[120] 2005[120]
Sonny Lubick Field at Hughes Stadium Fort Collins CO Colorado State Mountain West 34,400[121] 39,107
(1994-10-22 vs. Utah)[122]
1968[123] 2006[123]
Spartan Stadium East Lansing MI Michigan State Big Ten 75,005[124] 80,401
(1990-09-22 vs. Notre Dame)[124][125]
1923[124] 2005[124]
Spartan Stadium San Jose CA San José State WAC 31,218
Stanford Stadium Stanford CA Stanford Pac-12 50,300[126] 1921 2006[126]
Sun Bowl Stadium El Paso TX UTEP C-USA 52,000 53,304
(2000-11-11 vs. Rice)
Sun Devil Stadium, Frank Kush Field Tempe AZ Arizona State Pac-12 73,379[127] 74,963[127]
(1996-11-09 vs. California)
1958[127] 1998[127]
Tiger Stadium Baton Rouge LA LSU SEC 92,400[128] 92,910[129]
(2007-10-06 vs. Florida)
1924[128] 2006[128]
University Stadium Albuquerque NM New Mexico Mountain West 42,000[130] 44,074
(2003-09-27 vs. New Mexico State)[131]
1960[130] 2007[130]
University at Buffalo Stadium Amherst NY Buffalo MAC 29,013[132] 1993[132]
Vanderbilt Stadium Nashville TN Vanderbilt SEC 41,448 1922 2004
Vaught-Hemingway Stadium Oxford MS Mississippi SEC 60,580[133] 62,552
(2003-11-22 vs. LSU)[133]
1915[133] 2002[133]
Waldo Stadium Kalamazoo MI Western Michigan MAC 30,200[134] 36,361[135] 1939[135] 2003[135]
Wallace Wade Stadium Durham NC Duke ACC 33,941[136] 1929[136]
War Memorial Stadium Laramie WY Wyoming Mountain West 32,580[137] 34,745
(1997-10-18 vs. Colorado State)[138]
1950[137] 2004[137]
Williams-Brice Stadium Columbia SC South Carolina SEC 80,250 [139] 85,000
(2001-11-17 vs. Clemson)[139]
1934 [139]
Yager Stadium Oxford OH Miami University MAC 24,286[140] 30,087
(1999-10-02 vs. Toledo)[140]
1983[140]

1 – Largest football crowd. Larger attendance records may exist for other configurations of the stadium.
2 – Year of most recent completed stadium expansion/major upgrade

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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