7 of the Top 10 Stadiums by Capacity are in College Football


by Kamil Skwarek on Apr 7, 2015 | Views: 114 | Score: 1
By Capacity, Worldwide
Pyongyang, North Korea150000
Kolkata, India120000
Ann Arbor, Michigan109901
State College, Pennsylvania106572
Arlington, Texas105000
Columbus, Ohio104944
College Station, Texas102512
Knoxville, Tennessee102455
Baton Rouge, Louisiana102321
Tuscaloosa, Alabama101821
Sources: repucom.net
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Kamil Skwarek
Kamil Skwarek on Apr 7, 2015 11:32 AM said:

While 7 of the top 10 are college football stadiums, only one NFL stadium, home to the Dallas Cowboys made the list. The largest stadium in the US is nicknamed "the Big House" and home to the Michigan Wolverines. The stadium set a modern-era college football attendance record on September 7th, 2013 with 115,109 spectators.

Steven Krier
Steven Krier on Apr 7, 2015 3:26 PM said:

I find it so amusing that universities have such grand stadiums. Don't forget about NASCAR tracks like Indianapolis Motor Speedway (250k) or Bristol (160k)!

Noah
Noah on Apr 13, 2015 6:59 AM said:

I'm surprised no soccer stadiums make the list. And good point about the nascar tracks. Not typical stadiums, but basically the same thing. I wonder what that means for horse tracks too.