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.
10Sanford Stadium (Georgia Bulldogs) – 92,746
This stadium is named after Dr. Steadman Vincent Sanford and has been open since 1929. Although it underwent several renovations and expansions over the years, it retained most of its original appeal. At first, this stadium only had a capacity crowd of 30,000 which slowly grew over time as more and more renovations were being done. It also has to be said that Sanford Stadium was used in the 1996 Olympics in Atlanta for both the men’s and women’s soccer games.