10 Top Ranked Football Stadium in USA

Almost every people love football. Football is one of the popular games all over the world. There are many football stadiums in the world for playing this popular game. In this article, I am going to discuss the top 10 football stadium in the United Nations of America. 

    Michigan Stadium

    Michigan Stadium
    Michigan Stadium

    Michigan Stadium, which is nicknamed “The Big House”, is the largest stadium in The United States and the second-largest stadium in the world. The stadium was built in 1927 at a cost of $950,000. Besides football, many games such as ice hockey, racing and horse racing tracks, and more games are played at this largest stadium. Michigan Stadium is located at 1201 South Main Street Ann Arbor, Michigan and it is operated by the University of Michigan


    Ohio Stadium

    Ohio Stadium
    Ohio Stadium


    Ohio Stadium, which is named the Horseshoe and the House That Harley Built, is located on the campus of Ohio State University. It is an American football stadium in Columbus. The stadium was built on August 3, 1921, and last expanded in 2014. The architect of the Ohio Stadium was Howard Dwight Smith and the General contractor of the stadium was E. H. Latham Company. The construction cost of Ohio Stadium was $20.5 million in 2019 dollars. The primary purpose of the Ohio stadium is the home venue of the Ohio State Buckeyes football team. But, it also used for the university's Spring Commencement ceremonies. The present capacity of Ohio Stadium is 101,568 and its area is 536,850 sq. ft.

     

      Beaver Stadium

    Beaver Stadium
    Beaver Stadium

     

    Beaver Stadium, an outdoor college football stadium, is located on the campus of Pennsylvania State University. Its current seating capacity is 106,572. The Beaver Stadium was built in 1960 and its expansion cost in 2001 was $93 million. The stadium is considered as one of the toughest venues for opposing teams in collegiate athletics and it was voted the number one football stadium in college football in a Today poll of USA.

     

    Kyle Field

    Kyle Field 

     

    Kyle Field is one of the largest and renowned football stadiums in the USA. It is situated on the campus of Texas A & M University in college station, Texas of United States. Kyle Field was opened in 1927 and its present seating capacity is 102,733. The operator of Kyle Field is Texas A & M University.

     

    Tiger Stadium

    Tiger Stadium
    Tiger Stadium


    Tiger Stadium is located in the Corktown of Detroit, Michigan. The older name of Tiger Stadium was Navin Field and Briggs Stadium. It was opened on April 20, 1912 and its construction cost was $7.95 million in 2019. Tiger Stadium is considered one of the most popular stadiums in baseball history. In 1896, Baseball was first played at this location.

     

    Neyland Stadium

    Neyland Stadium
    Neyland Stadium 


    Neyland Stadium is one of the popular stadiums in the USA. It is located in Knoxville, Tennessee, United States. It provides mainly as the venue of Tennessee Volunteer football team. Neyland Stadium is also used to host the large convention and it has been a place for the exhibition games of several Football League. The official capacity of Neyland Stadium is 102,455. The stadium was constructed in 1921 and it is the fifth-largest stadium in the United States and the seventh-largest in the whole world. The other name of Neyland is Robert Neyland, a head football coach at the University of Tennessee.

     

    Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium

    Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium
    Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium


    Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium is located in Austin, Texas, on the campus of The University of Texas. It is formerly known as War Memorial Stadium, Memorial Stadium, and Texas Memorial Stadium. Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium was opened for the last game in 1924. The Architect of the stadium was Herbert M. Greene and its construction costs were US$275,000.

     

    Cotton Bowl

    Cotton Bowl
    Cotton Bowl


    Cotton Bowl is another popular football stadium in the United States. It is basically an outdoor stadium that is opened in 1930 and is located in Dallas in Texas. The capacity of the Cotton Bowl Stadium is around 45, 000. The stadium is mostly used for playing college football matches.


    Sanford Stadium

    Sanford Stadium
    Sanford Stadium

    Sanford Stadium is a popular stadium in the United States is known as UGA. The big stadium is located in Georgia, United States. The Sanford Stadium is considered as 11th largest stadium in the United States and the 17th largest in the world. It was opened in 1929. The construction cost of this popular stadium was US$360,000.

     

    Ben Hill Griffin Stadium

    Ben Hill Griffin Stadium
    Ben Hill Griffin Stadium

    Ben Hill Griffin Stadium is another popular and largest stadium in the USA. It was opened in 1930. University Athletic Association is the operator of this top-ranked football stadium. The official seating capacity of Ben Hill Griffin Stadium is 88,548. Ben Hill Griffin stadium also is known as The Swamp.