These Are the 7 Best College Football Stadiums. You will find out in description why I think that these stadiums are the best of the best.
7 Best College Football Stadiums List
Michie Stadium, Army
Army stadium is nothing short of exceptional. Located on the Campus of the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, this stadium hugs the Hudson River and offers incredible views both on and off the field.
It was ranked the No. 3 sports venue of the 20th century by Sports Illustrated and is a must-see for any College Football fan.
They also have a pretty good band.
Neyland Stadium, Tennessee
Holding over 102,000 fans, Neyland Stadium in Tennessee is a class above. Now the sixth-largest non-racing stadium in the world, this is well worth the trip.
First opened in 1924, the stadium is filled every Saturday will orange-clad fans looking for a win.
Rose Bowl, UCLA
One of the greatest stadiums on the planet. If the Aliens challenge us to a game of football, it will be played at the Rose Bowl in LA.
The Rose Bowl is famous chiefly for the Rose Bowl Game, known as "The Granddaddy of Them All". It is the oldest college football bowl game in history, dating back to 1902 and continuously played since 1916.
Many of the greatest college football teams to ever play have taken it's field and while it's been home to UCLA since 1982, the 92,000-plus stadium is a landmark for all of college football.
Michigan Stadium, "The Big House", is the largest stadium in the United States with an official capacity of 107,901.
Opened in 1927, it is simply a piece of college football lore, where "Football Saturdays" overwhelm Ann Arbor.
Tiger Stadium, Louisiana State
Tiger Stadium, the ONLY "Death Valley," is as loud as they come, particularly for a night game. While Notre Dame and Michigan have more history, there's not much that compares with this SEC atmosphere. With a seating capacity of over 102,000, it's the sixth-largest on-campus college football stadium in the country. The nickname, originally "deaf valley," is about the truly deafening sounds produced by the crowd.
Incredible football team with an impeccable band.
Ben Hill Griffin Stadium, Florida
“The Swamp” is a dangerous environment at the best of times. When they welcome a fellow SEC team, it is downright hostile.
A stadium that is set below sea level with crowds pushing 90,000 doesn’t seem that scary but the shape of the stands keeps the sound inside and makes it incredibly hard to hear.
If only they had a better team to support.
Beaver Stadium, Penn State
Over 107,000 fans cram into Beaver Stadium to watch Penn State play on Saturday and what a sight it is.
With crowds that can shake the stadium, what's better than a Penn State "White Out" against an arch-rival.
Notre Dame – Be better than Independent and you can make this list
Ohio Stadium – Its called Spinksy's 7 not Spinksy's 8
Kyle Field - Texas
Not much more I could add. The pic below is pretty descriptive.
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