College Football Stadiums
Largest Stadiums in College Football
Penn State's Beaver Stadium is the largest stadium in all of college football, with a capacity of 107,282.
College Football's Most Intimidating Stadiums
Winning on the road in college football is tough. And it's even tougher when you have to play at LSU's insane Death Valley or Ohio State's massive Ohio Stadium, Oregon's crazy-loud Autzen Stadium or Penn State's soaring Beaver Stadium. Here, we take a look at the 10 toughest places to play in college football.
Los Angeles Coliseum
The Los Angeles Coliseum is one of the most historic, iconic and important stadiums in all of college football.
Camp Randall Stadium
It's raucous. It's old school. It is huge, and loud and intimidating. It’s red and white as far as you can see. It also happens to be one of the best stadiums in the Big Ten -- and, indeed, in all of college football.
The Rose Bowl
The historic Rose Bowl may not be the most intimidating stadium in the country. It may not be loud on UCLA gamedays, and it may not carry the same kind of cachet as some of college football’s more feared venues. But at the end of the day, it’s still the Rose Bowl—one of the most beautiful settings in all of college football, home to the storied...
Bryant-Denny Stadium at the University of Alabama
Thanks in part to Alabama’s glorious football history, in part to the program’s new golden age under coach Nick Saban and in part to an impressive new expansion, Alabama’s Bryant-Denny may well be considered the capital of football in the football-mad South.
Ohio Stadium at Ohio State University
Ohio Stadium is a hulking, historic college football mecca--and, undeniably, one of the grandest venues in all of college football.
Kyle Field at Texas A&M
Kyle Field isn't among the nation's largest stadiums. But it is one of the loudest -- and winning there, visiting teams have found, is never easy.
Tiger Stadium at LSU
Tiger Stadium is the raucous, famous and much-celebrated home of the LSU Tigers football team.
When it comes to college football, stadium scenes don't get much better--or more picturesque--than they do at Michie Stadium.
The Yale Bowl
The Yale Bowl may no longer host big-time college football—Yale hasn’t competed in college football’s top division in years—but the venue remains one of the most historic, beloved and important in all of college football.
Michigan Stadium at the University of Michigan
Michigan Stadium, home to the Michigan Wolverines since 1927, is known far and wide as "The Big House."
Autzen Stadium at the University of Oregon
It may not have the history of Notre Dame Stadium or the size of Beaver Stadium, but Oregon's Autzen Stadium is said to be one of the toughest places to play in the country. Find out why here.
Famous for its hedge-ringed field and pitch-perfect Saturday afternoon atmosphere, the University of Georgia’s Sanford Stadium is one of the most storied football stadiums in all of the South.
Beaver Stadium at Penn State University
With a capacity of 107,282, Beaver Stadium ranks second only to Michigan Stadium in size. As the locals say, gamedays make "The Beav" the third-largest city in Pennsylvania.
Michie Stadium at Army
It's not the biggest stadium in the country. It's not the loudest. But Army's Michie Stadium has long been recognized as one of the most beautiful and inspirational venues in college football.
Navy-Marine Corps Stadium
Navy-Marine Corps Stadium
TCF Bank Stadium
TCF Bank Stadium saved Minnesota football from the ugly days of the Metrodome.