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.
8DKR – Texas Memorial Stadium (Texas Longhorns) – 100,119
Home to the Texas Longhorns, the Memorial Stadium in Texas has a capacity crowd of a little more than 100 thousand people. Named after a former head coach, the DKR Texas Memorial Stadium didn’t always have such an impressive capacity, having been upgraded past the 100,000 mark in 2009. The record attendance was set on October 6, 2012 when 101,851 people came to watch the Longhorns play West Virginia, a match they lost actually.