4. Ohio Stadium, 104,944
Nicknamed the ‘Horseshoe’ this stadium is home to the Ohio State Buckeyes and because of its shape, arguably does not have a bad seat in the house! Ohio last saw their team win the NCAA Division 1 title, defeating the Oregon Ducks 42-20 in the 2014 National Championship game.
5. Kyle Field, 102, 733
Home to the Texas A & M Aggies NCAA College football team. Situated in College Station, about 160kms northwest of Houston, Texas, the US, this is another stadium where the average attendance is even larger than the population of the city it’s in!
6. Neyland Stadium USA, 102, 455
Knoxville, Tennessee is home to the University of Tennessee and their behemoth abode, Neyland Stadium. Like most teams mentioned above, the ‘Volunteers’ also play in the NCAA Division 1 College Football. If American Football’s not your thing, it’s also used for political rallies, religious gatherings and concerts, most notably hosting The Jackson Five way back in 1984!
7. Tiger Stadium, 102, 321
Lying in Baton Rouge, Louisiana on the banks of the Mississippi River, Tiger Stadium is home to Louisiana State University’s football team. Commonly referred to as Death Valley, games here are renowned throughout the US for having one of the best game day atmospheres as well as being one of the most intimidating for their rivals.
8. Bryant-Denny Stadium, 101, 821
Situated in the heart of Tuscaloosa, Alabama, Bryant-Denny Stadium is home to the University of Alabama NCAA College football team. The Crimson Tide have been the benchmark in American College football for a decade, with the school appearing in 5 of the last 8 national title deciders, winning 4 of them!
9. Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium, 100,119
Home of the Texas Longhorns NCAA College football team. This stadium is planned to be renovated over the next 5 years, giving Austin, Texas the largest sports stadium in the United States. A literally huge talking point at this impressive structure is it’s electronic scoreboard, nicknamed “Godzillatron” At 41 metres wide and 25 metres tall, it’s about 1.5 times bigger than a standard basketball court!