College football has always been a stepping stone towards the NFL, which is why it’s so popular to begin with. It is because of its popularity that college football enjoys such an amazing infrastructure, training facilities, and of course, large stadiums. As college football continues to grow as a sport, so do the stadiums in which sometimes more than a hundred thousand people come to watch the games.
Over the next few minutes, we’ll take a look at ten of the largest college football stadiums in America, stadiums that due to the sport’s popularity, continue to grow in size every year.
9Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum (USC Trojans) – 93,067
The Memorial Coliseum stadium in Los Angeles is another stadium that has been open since the 1920s. Unlike the Sanford Stadium, however, the Coliseum has always been a large stadium, having undergone renovations quite recently not to increase its size but to reinforce its original structure. Over the years, this stadium has been used in multiple events and competitions, including the 1932 and 1984 Olympic games.