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FBStadiums

The field of play is always 100 yards long and 360 feet wide, but each FBS college football stadium is different. Each Field, Bowl and Stadium has a distinct ambience and its own unique atmosphere.

Whether the seats are bowl or bleachers, open or closed end zones, green or blue turf, this is where we spend our autumn Saturdays watching America's Sport. From Kibbie Dome to the Big House, we have them all.

One grid. All 128 gridirons. These are your FBStadiums.

Falcon Stadium
Air Force
Capacity: 46,692
Opened 1962
Air Force
InfoCision Stadium
Akron
Capacity: 30,000
Opened 2009
Akron
Bryant-Denny Stadium
Alabama
Capacity: 101,821
Opened 1928
Alabama
Kidd Brewer Stadium
Appalachian State
Capacity: 24,050
Opened 1962
Appalachian State
Arizona Stadium
Arizona
Capacity: 56,037
Opened 1928
Arizona
Sun Devil Stadium
Arizona State
Capacity: 71,706
Opened 1988
Arizona State
Razorback Stadium
Arkansas
Capacity: 70,000
Opened 1938
Arkansas
Centennial Bank Stadium
Arkansas State
Capacity: 30,964
Opened 1974
Arkansas State
Michie Stadium
Army
Capacity: 38,000
Opened 1924
Army
Jordan-Hare Stadium
Auburn
Capacity: 87,451
Opened 1939
Auburn
Scheumann Stadium
Ball State
Capacity: 22,500
Opened 1967
Ball State
Floyd Casey Stadium
Baylor
Capacity: 50,000
Opened 1950
Baylor
Albertsons Stadium
Boise State
Capacity: 36,387
Opened 1970
Boise State
Alumni Stadium
Boston College
Capacity: 44,500
Opened 1957
Boston College
Doyt Perry Stadium
Bowling Green
Capacity: 23,724
Opened 1966
Bowling Green
LaVell Edwards Stadium
Brigham Young
Capacity: 63,470
Opened 1964
Brigham Young
UB Stadium
Buffalo
Capacity: 31,000
Opened 1991
Buffalo
Memorial Stadium (Cal)
California
Capacity: 63,000
Opened 1923
California
Kelly/Shorts Stadium
Central Michigan
Capacity: 32,885
Opened 1972
Central Michigan
Jerry Richardson Stadium
Charlotte
Capacity: 15,314
Opened 2013
Charlotte
Nippert Stadium
Cincinnati
Capacity: 40,000
Opened 1924
Cincinnati
Memorial Stadium (Clemson)
Clemson
Capacity: 81,500
Opened 1942
Clemson
Folsom Field
Colorado
Capacity: 53,613
Opened 1924
Colorado
Hughes Stadium (CO)
Colorado State
Capacity: 32,500
Opened 1968
Colorado State
Rentschler Field
Connecticut
Capacity: 40,000
Opened 2003
Connecticut
Wallace Wade Stadium
Duke
Capacity: 33,941
Opened 1928
Duke
Dowdy-Ficklen Stadium
East Carolina
Capacity: 50,000
Opened 1963
East Carolina
Rynearson Stadium
Eastern Michigan
Capacity: 30,200
Opened 1969
Eastern Michigan
Ben Hill Griffin Stadium
Florida
Capacity: 88,548
Opened 1930
Florida
FAU Football Stadium
Florida Atlantic
Capacity: 29,419
Opened 2011
Florida Atlantic
FIU Stadium
Florida International
Capacity: 23,500
Opened 2010
Florida International
Doak Campbell Stadium
Florida State
Capacity: 82,300
Opened 1950
Florida State
Bulldog Stadium (CA)
Fresno State
Capacity: 41,031
Opened 1980
Fresno State
Sanford Stadium
Georgia
Capacity: 92,746
Opened 1929
Georgia
Allen E. Paulson Stadium
Georgia Southern
Capacity: 24,300
Opened 1984
Georgia Southern
Georgia Dome
Georgia State
Capacity: 74,228
Opened 1992
Georgia State
Bobby Dodd Stadium
Georgia Tech
Capacity: 55,000
Opened 1913
Georgia Tech
Aloha Stadium
Hawaii
Capacity: 50,000
Opened 1975
Hawaii
TDECU Stadium
Houston
Capacity: 40,000
Opened 2014
Houston
Kibbie Dome
Idaho
Capacity: 16,000
Opened 1975
Idaho
Memorial Stadium (Ill.)
Illinois
Capacity: 60,670
Opened 1923
Illinois
Memorial Stadium (Ind.)
Indiana
Capacity: 52,929
Opened 1960
Indiana
Kinnick Stadium
Iowa
Capacity: 70,585
Opened 1929
Iowa
Jack Trice Stadium
Iowa State
Capacity: 56,800
Opened 1975
Iowa State
Memorial Stadium (KS)
Kansas
Capacity: 50,071
Opened 1921
Kansas
Snyder Family Stadium
Kansas State
Capacity: 50,000
Opened 1968
Kansas State
Dix Stadium
Kent State
Capacity: 25,319
Opened 1969
Kent State
Commonwealth Stadium
Kentucky
Capacity: 61,000
Opened 1973
Kentucky
Tiger Stadium (LSU)
Louisiana State
Capacity: 102,321
Opened 1924
Louisiana State
Joe Aillet Stadium
Louisiana Tech
Capacity: 27,717
Opened 1968
Louisiana Tech
Cajun Field
Louisiana-Lafayette
Capacity: 36,900
Opened 1971
Louisiana-Lafayette
Malone Stadium
Louisiana-Monroe
Capacity: 30,427
Opened 1978
Louisiana-Monroe
Papa John's Stadium
Louisville
Capacity: 55,000
Opened 1998
Louisville
Edwards Stadium
Marshall
Capacity: 28,000
Opened 2010
Marshall
Maryland Stadium
Maryland
Capacity: 51,802
Opened 1950
Maryland
Gillette Stadium
Massachusetts
Capacity: 68,756
Opened 2002
Massachusetts
Liberty Bowl
Memphis
Capacity: 61,008
Opened 1997
Memphis
Hard Rock Stadium
Miami (Fla.)
Capacity: 65,326
Opened 1993
Miami (Fla.)
Yager Stadium
Miami (Ohio)
Capacity: 24,286
Opened 1983
Miami (Ohio)
Michigan Stadium
Michigan
Capacity: 109,901
Opened 1927
Michigan
Spartan Stadium (MI)
Michigan State
Capacity: 75,005
Opened 1923
Michigan State
Floyd Stadium
Middle Tennessee
Capacity: 30,778
Opened 1933
Middle Tennessee
TCF Bank Stadium
Minnesota
Capacity: 50,805
Opened 2009
Minnesota
Vaught-Hemingway Stadium
Mississippi
Capacity: 60,580
Opened 1912
Mississippi
Davis Wade Stadium
Mississippi State
Capacity: 61,337
Opened 1914
Mississippi State
Faurot Field
Missouri
Capacity: 71,100
Opened 1926
Missouri
Memorial Stadium (Navy)
Navy
Capacity: 34,000
Opened 1959
Navy
Memorial Stadium (NE)
Nebraska
Capacity: 87,091
Opened 1923
Nebraska
Mackay Stadium
Nevada
Capacity: 30,000
Opened 1966
Nevada
University Stadium (NM)
New Mexico
Capacity: 39,224
Opened 1960
New Mexico
Aggie Memorial Stadium
New Mexico State
Capacity: 30,343
Opened 1978
New Mexico State
Kenan Stadium
North Carolina
Capacity: 63,000
Opened 1927
North Carolina
Carter-Finley Stadium
North Carolina State
Capacity: 57,583
Opened 1966
North Carolina State
Apogee Stadium
North Texas
Capacity: 30,850
Opened 2011
North Texas
Huskie Stadium
Northern Illinois
Capacity: 23,595
Opened 1965
Northern Illinois
Ryan Field
Northwestern
Capacity: 47,130
Opened 1926
Northwestern
Notre Dame Stadium
Notre Dame
Capacity: 80,795
Opened 1930
Notre Dame
Peden Stadium
Ohio
Capacity: 24,000
Opened 1929
Ohio
Ohio Stadium
Ohio State
Capacity: 104,944
Opened 1922
Ohio State
Memorial Stadium (OK)
Oklahoma
Capacity: 82,112
Opened 1923
Oklahoma
Boone Pickens Stadium
Oklahoma State
Capacity: 60,218
Opened 1920
Oklahoma State
Foreman Field
Old Dominion
Capacity: 20,118
Opened 1936
Old Dominion
Autzen Stadium
Oregon
Capacity: 56,380
Opened 1967
Oregon
Reser Stadium
Oregon State
Capacity: 45,674
Opened 1953
Oregon State
Beaver Stadium
Penn State
Capacity: 106,572
Opened 1909
Penn State
Heinz Field
Pittsburgh
Capacity: 65,500
Opened 2001
Pittsburgh
Ross-Ade Stadium
Purdue
Capacity: 57,236
Opened 1924
Purdue
Rice Stadium
Rice
Capacity: 47,000
Opened 1950
Rice
High Point Solutions Stadium
Rutgers
Capacity: 52,454
Opened 1994
Rutgers
Qualcomm Stadium
San Diego State
Capacity: 67,544
Opened 1969
San Diego State
Spartan Stadium (CA)
San Jose State
Capacity: 30,456
Opened 1933
San Jose State
Ladd-Peebles Stadium
South Alabama
Capacity: 33,741
Opened 1948
South Alabama
Williams-Brice Stadium
South Carolina
Capacity: 80,250
Opened 1934
South Carolina
Raymond James Stadium
South Florida
Capacity: 65,908
Opened 1998
South Florida
L.A. Memorial Coliseum
Southern California
Capacity: 93,607
Opened 1946
Southern California
Gerald J. Ford Stadium
Southern Methodist
Capacity: 32,000
Opened 2000
Southern Methodist
M. M. Roberts Stadium
Southern Mississippi
Capacity: 36,000
Opened 1932
Southern Mississippi
Stanford Stadium II
Stanford
Capacity: 50,424
Opened 1927
Stanford
Carrier Dome
Syracuse
Capacity: 34,616
Opened 1980
Syracuse
Amon G. Carter Stadium
TCU
Capacity: 45,000
Opened 1930
TCU
Lincoln Financial Field
Temple
Capacity: 69,176
Opened 2003
Temple
Neyland Stadium
Tennessee
Capacity: 102,455
Opened 1921
Tennessee
Memorial Stadium (TX)
Texas
Capacity: 100,119
Opened 1924
Texas
Kyle Field
Texas A&M
Capacity: 102,512
Opened 1927
Texas A&M
Bobcat Stadium (TX)
Texas State
Capacity: 30,000
Opened 1981
Texas State
Jones AT&T Stadium
Texas Tech
Capacity: 60,862
Opened 1947
Texas Tech
Alamodome
Texas-San Antonio
Capacity: 72,000
Opened 1993
Texas-San Antonio
Glass Bowl
Toledo
Capacity: 26,248
Opened 1937
Toledo
Veterans Memorial Stadium (AL)
Troy
Capacity: 30,000
Opened 1950
Troy
Yulman Stadium
Tulane
Capacity: 30,000
Opened 2014
Tulane
Chapman Stadium
Tulsa
Capacity: 30,000
Opened 1930
Tulsa
Bright House Stadium
UCF
Capacity: 45,323
Opened 2007
UCF
Rose Bowl
UCLA
Capacity: 92,542
Opened 1922
UCLA
Sam Boyd Stadium
UNLV
Capacity: 36,800
Opened 1971
UNLV
Sun Bowl
UTEP
Capacity: 51,500
Opened 1963
UTEP
Rice-Eccles Stadium
Utah
Capacity: 45,017
Opened 1998
Utah
Romney Stadium
Utah State
Capacity: 25,513
Opened 1968
Utah State
Vanderbilt Stadium
Vanderbilt
Capacity: 40,350
Opened 1998
Vanderbilt
Scott Stadium
Virginia
Capacity: 61,500
Opened 1931
Virginia
Lane Stadium
Virginia Tech
Capacity: 65,632
Opened 1965
Virginia Tech
BB&T Field
Wake Forest
Capacity: 31,500
Opened 1968
Wake Forest
Husky Stadium
Washington
Capacity: 70,138
Opened 1994
Washington
Martin Stadium
Washington State
Capacity: 32,470
Opened 1972
Washington State
Milan Puskar Stadium
West Virginia
Capacity: 60,000
Opened 1980
West Virginia
L.T. Smith Stadium
Western Kentucky
Capacity: 21,113
Opened 1968
Western Kentucky
Waldo Stadium
Western Michigan
Capacity: 30,200
Opened 1939
Western Michigan
Camp Randall Stadium
Wisconsin
Capacity: 80,321
Opened 1917
Wisconsin
War Memorial Stadium (WY)
Wyoming
Capacity: 29,181
Opened 1950
Wyoming