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List of NCAA Division I FBS football stadiums

This is a list of stadiums that currently serve as the home venue for Football Bowl Subdivision college football teams. These include most of the largest stadiums in the United States.

Conference affiliations reflect those in the upcoming 2019 season.

Contents

Current stadiumsEdit

Image Stadium City State Team Conference Capacity Record1 Built Expanded 2 Surface
  Aggie Memorial Stadium Las Cruces NM New Mexico State Independent 30,343[1] 32,993
(September 26, 1998 vs. UTEP)[1]
1978[1] 2005[1] S5-M Synthetic Turf
  Alamodome San Antonio TX UTSA C-USA 65,000 56,743
(September 3, 2011 vs. Northeastern State)
1993 SportField
  Alaska Airlines Field at Husky Stadium Seattle WA Washington Pac-12 70,500[2] 76,125
(September 23, 1995 vs. Army)
1920 2013 FieldTurf
  Albertsons Stadium Boise ID Boise State Mountain West 36,387[3] 36,864
(September 20, 2012 vs. BYU)[4]
1970[3] 2012[3] Smurf Turf
  Allen E. Paulson Stadium Statesboro GA Georgia Southern Sun Belt 25,000 25,735
(September 17, 2016 vs. Louisiana-Monroe)
1984 2014 Shaw Legion 41 Synthetic Turf
  Aloha Stadium Honolulu HI Hawaiʻi Mountain West 50,000[5] 50,000
(multiple times)
1975[5] 2003[5] FieldTurf
  Alumni Stadium Chestnut Hill MA Boston College ACC 44,500[6] 44,500
(multiple times)
1957[6] 1995[6] AstroTurf
  Amon G. Carter Stadium Fort Worth TX TCU Big 12 45,000[7] 50,307
(November 14, 2009 vs. Utah)[8]
1929[7] 2012[7] Grass
  Apogee Stadium Denton TX North Texas C-USA 30,850 30,150

(September 29, 2018 vs Louisiana Tech )

2011 N/A PowerBlade Artificial Turf
  Arizona Stadium Tucson AZ Arizona Pac-12 56,029[9] 59,920
(November 23, 1996 vs. Arizona State)[10]
1928[9] 1988[9] FieldTurf
  Arthur L. Williams Stadium Lynchburg VA Liberty Independent (2018) 25,000[11] 22,551
(September 19, 2015 vs. Montana)[12]
1989[12] 2018[11] FieldTurf
  Autzen Stadium Eugene OR Oregon Pac-12 54,000 60,055
(October 15, 2011 vs. Arizona State)
1967 2002 FieldTurf
  Bagwell Field at Dowdy–Ficklen Stadium Greenville NC East Carolina American 50,000[13] 51,082
(September 20, 2014 vs. North Carolina)
1963 2010 Tifton 419 Hybrid Bermuda
  BB&T Field Winston-Salem NC Wake Forest ACC 31,500 37,623
(November 13, 2004 vs. North Carolina)[14]
1968 2007 FieldTurf
  Beaver Stadium University Park PA Penn State Big Ten 106,572[15] 110,889
(September 30, 2018 vs. Ohio State University)[16]
1960 2001 Grass
  Benson Field at Yulman Stadium New Orleans LA Tulane American 30,000 30,000
(September 8, 2014 vs. Georgia Tech)[17]
2014 Act Global UBU Speed Series S5-M
  Bill Snyder Family Football Stadium Manhattan KS Kansas State Big 12 50,000[18] 53,811
(November 11, 2000 vs. Nebraska)[19]
1968[19] 2005[19] Synthetic Turf
  Blaik Field at Michie Stadium West Point NY Army Independent 38,000[20] 42,765
(October 2, 1971 vs. Missouri)
1924[20] 2001[20] Field Turf
  Bobby Bowden Field at Doak S. Campbell Stadium Tallahassee FL Florida State ACC 79,560[21] 84,409
(November 2, 2013 vs. Miami (FL))[21]
1950[21] 2003[21] Grass
  Bobby Dodd Stadium at Historic Grant Field Atlanta GA Georgia Tech ACC 55,000[22] 60,316
(1973 vs. Georgia)[23]
1913[22] 2003[22] Bermuda Grass
  Boone Pickens Stadium Stillwater OK Oklahoma State Big 12 60,218[24] 60,218
(November 23, 2013 vs. Baylor)[24]
1919[24] 2005[24] Astroturf 3D Decade
  Brigham Field at Huskie Stadium DeKalb IL NIU MAC 23,595[25] 28,221
(October 18, 2003 vs. Western Michigan)
1965[25] 1995[25] FieldTurf
  Brooks Field at Wallace Wade Stadium Durham NC Duke ACC 40,000[26] 57,500
(November 19, 1949 vs. North Carolina)
1929[26] 2016 Latitude 36 Bermuda Grass
  Brooks Stadium Conway SC Coastal Carolina Sun Belt 20,000 2003 2018 FieldTurf
  Bryant–Denny Stadium Tuscaloosa AL Alabama SEC 101,821[27] 101,821
(multiple times)
1929[27] 2010[27] Grass
  Bulldog Stadium at Jim Sweeney Field Fresno CA Fresno State Mountain West 41,031 42,881
(multiple times)[28]
1980[28] 1992[28] FieldTurf
  Cajun Field Lafayette LA Louisiana Sun Belt 41,426 41,357
(September 5, 2009 vs. Southern)[29]
1971[29] 2015[29] ProGrass
  California Memorial Stadium Berkeley CA California Pac-12 62,717[30] 83,000
(September 27, 1947 vs. Navy;
November 22, 1952 vs. Stanford)
[31]
1923[30] 2012[30] FieldTurf
  Camp Randall Stadium Madison WI Wisconsin Big Ten 80,321[32] 83,184
(November 12, 2005 vs. Iowa)[32]
1917[32] 2005[32] FieldTurf
  Capital One Field at Maryland Stadium College Park MD Maryland Big Ten 51,802[33] 58,973
(November 1, 1975 vs. Penn State)[34]
1950[34] 2009[34] FieldTurf
  Cardinal Stadium[36] Louisville KY Louisville ACC 61,000[37] 55,632
(September 17, 2016 vs. Florida State)[38]
1998[39] 2018[37] FieldTurf
  Carl Smith Center, Home of David A. Harrison III Field at Scott Stadium Charlottesville VA Virginia ACC 61,500 64,947
(August 30, 2008 vs. USC))
1931 2000 Grass
  Carlisle-Faulkner Field at M.M. Roberts Stadium Hattiesburg MS Southern Miss C-USA 36,000 36,641
(September 5, 2016 vs. Mississippi State)
1932 2008 Shaw Sports Momentum Turf
  Carrier Dome Syracuse NY Syracuse ACC 49,250[40] 50,564
(September 20, 1980 vs. Miami (OH))[41]
1980[40] 2022 (planned)[42] FieldTurf
  CEFCU Stadium San Jose CA San Jose State Mountain West 30,456 31,681
(August 23, 2003 vs. Grambling State)
1933 1985 AstroTurf
  Centennial Bank Stadium Jonesboro AR Arkansas State Sun Belt 30,964[43] 31,243
(December 1, 2012 vs. Middle Tennessee)
1974[43] 2002[43] ProGreen
  Darrell K Royal–Texas Memorial Stadium Austin TX Texas Big 12 100,119[44] 103,507
(September 15, 2018 vs. USC)[45]
1924[46] 2009[46] FieldTurf
  David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium Lawrence KS Kansas Big 12 50,071[47] 52,530
(September 1, 2009 vs. Northern Colorado)[48]
1921[47] 1999[47] Synthetic Turf
  Davis Wade Stadium at Scott Field Starkville MS Mississippi State SEC 61,337[49] 62,945
(October 11, 2014 vs. Auburn)[50]
1914[51] 2014[49] Prescription Athletic Turf (Tifway 419 Bermuda Grass)
  Dix Stadium Kent OH Kent State MAC 25,000 27,363
(November 10, 1973 vs. Miami (OH))
1969 2008 FieldTurf
  Doyt L. Perry Stadium Bowling Green OH Bowling Green MAC 24,000[52] 33,527
(October 8, 1983 vs. Toledo)[52]
1966[52] FieldTurf
  Dreamstyle Stadium Albuquerque NM New Mexico Mountain West 39,224[53] 44,760
(September 17, 2005 vs. New Mexico State)[54]
1960[53] 2007[53] FieldTurf
  Falcon Stadium Colorado Springs CO Air Force Mountain West 46,692[55] 56,409
(October 19, 2002 vs. Notre Dame)[56]
1962 FieldTurf
  FAU Stadium Boca Raton FL Florida Atlantic C-USA 30,000 29,103
(October 15, 2011 vs. Western Kentucky)
2011 Celebration Bermuda Grass
  Faurot Field at Memorial Stadium Columbia MO Missouri SEC 71,168[57] 75,298
(October 4, 1980 vs. Penn State)[57]
1927[57] 2014[57] FieldTurf
  Folsom Field Boulder CO Colorado Pac-12 50,183[58] 54,972
(September 3, 2005 vs. Colorado State)[58]
1924[58] 2003[58] Grass
  Frank Howard Field at Clemson Memorial Stadium Clemson SC Clemson ACC 81,500[59] 86,092
(October 10, 1999 vs. Florida State)[60]
1942[59] 2006[59] Grass
  Fred C. Yager Stadium Oxford OH Miami MAC 24,286[61] 30,087
(October 2, 1999 vs. Marshall)[61]
1983[61] 2005[61] FieldTurf
  Gaylord Family – Oklahoma Memorial Stadium at Owen Field Norman OK Oklahoma Big 12 86,112[62] 88,308
(November 11, 2017 vs. Texas Christian University)
1925[62] 2016[62] Grass
  Georgia State Stadium Atlanta GA Georgia State Sun Belt 25,000 24,333 1996 (as Centennial Olympic Stadium) 2017 (conversion from Turner Field) Artificial Turf
  Gerald J. Ford Stadium University Park TX SMU American 32,000[63] 35,481
(September 24, 2010 vs. TCU)
2000[63] FieldTurf
  Glass Bowl Toledo OH Toledo MAC 26,248 36,852
(October 27, 2001 vs. Navy)
1937 1990 FieldTurf
  Hard Rock Stadium Miami Gardens FL Miami ACC 65,326[64] 80,120
(January 7, 2013 2013 BCS National Championship Game, Alabama vs. Notre Dame)
1987 2016[64] Platinum TE Paspalum
  Heinz Field Pittsburgh PA Pittsburgh ACC 68,400[A 1] 69,983
(September 10, 2016 vs. Penn State)
2001[65] Grass
  Houchens Industries–L. T. Smith Stadium at Jimmy Feix Field Bowling Green KY Western Kentucky C-USA 22,113 23,252
(September 22, 2012 vs. Southern Miss)
1968 2008 FieldTurf
  InfoCision Stadium–Summa Field Akron OH Akron MAC 30,000[66] 27,881[67] 2009 ProGrass Artificial Turf
  Jack Trice Stadium Ames IA Iowa State Big 12 61,500[68] 61,500
(multiple times)[69]
1975[68] 2015[68] Grass
  Jim Wacker Field at Bobcat Stadium San Marcos TX Texas State Sun Belt 30,000[70] 33,006
(September 8, 2012 vs. Texas Tech)
1981[70] 2012[70] FieldTurf Duraspine Pro
  Joan C. Edwards Stadium Huntington WV Marshall C-USA 38,019 41,382
(September 10, 2010 vs. West Virginia)[71]
1991 2000 FieldTurf
  Joe Aillet Stadium Ruston LA Louisiana Tech C-USA 28,109 28,714
(September 13, 1997 vs. Northeast Louisiana)[72]
1968[72] 2017[72] FieldTurf
  John O'Quinn Field at TDECU Stadium Houston TX Houston American 40,000 42,159
(November 14, 2015 vs. Memphis)
2014 Act Global UBU Speed Series S5-M Synthetic Turf
  Johnny "Red" Floyd Stadium Murfreesboro TN Middle Tennessee C-USA 31,000 30,502
(September 10, 2011) vs. Georgia Tech)
1933 1998 Synthetic Turf
  Jonah Field at War Memorial Stadium Laramie WY Wyoming Mountain West 29,181[73] 34,745
(October 18, 1997 vs. Colorado State)[74]
1950[73] 2010[73] FieldTurf
  Jones AT&T Stadium Lubbock TX Texas Tech Big 12 60,862[75] 61,836
(November 2, 2013 vs. Oklahoma State)
1947[76] 2013[76] FieldTurf
  JPS Field at Malone Stadium Monroe LA Louisiana-Monroe Sun Belt 30,427 31,175
(September 21, 2012 vs. Baylor)[77]
1978 1993 FieldTurf
  Kelly/Shorts Stadium Mount Pleasant MI Central Michigan MAC 30,255 35,127
(September 8, 2012 vs. Michigan State)
1972[78] 1997[78] FieldTurf
  Kenan Memorial Stadium Chapel Hill NC North Carolina ACC 51,000 62,000
(November 8, 1997 vs. Florida State)
1927 2011 AstroTurf
  Kidd Brewer Stadium Boone NC Appalachian State Sun Belt 30,000 35,126
(September 23, 2017 vs. Wake Forest)
1962 2017 FieldTurf
  Kinnick Stadium Iowa City IA Iowa Big Ten 70,585[79] 70,585
(multiple times)[80]
1929[81] 2006[79] FieldTurf
  Kornblau Field at S.B. Ballard Stadium Norfolk VA Old Dominion C-USA 22,480 20,532
(September 22, 2018 vs. Virginia Tech)
1936 2019 (rebuilt) AstroTurf GameDay Grass 3D
  Kroger Field at C.M. Newton Grounds Lexington KY Kentucky SEC 61,000[82][A 2] 71,024
(October 20, 2007 vs. Florida)[84]
1973[82] 2015[82] Artificial Turf

 

Kyle Field College Station TX Texas A&M SEC 102,733[85] 110,633
(October 11, 2014 vs. Ole Miss)[86]
1927[85] 2015[85] Grass
  Ladd–Peebles Stadium Mobile AL South Alabama Sun Belt 40,000 38,129
(September 13, 2014 vs. Mississippi State)
1948 2009 FieldTurf
  Lane Stadium/Worsham Field Blacksburg VA Virginia Tech ACC 66,233 66,233
(multiple times)
1965 2005 Grass
  LaVell Edwards Stadium Provo UT BYU Independent 63,470[87] 66,247
(October 16, 1993 vs. Notre Dame)[87]
1964[87] 1982[87] Grass
  Legion Field Birmingham AL UAB C-USA 71,594 45,212
(September 2, 2017 vs. Alabama A&M)
1927 2015 FieldTurf
  Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium Memphis TN Memphis American 62,380[88] 65,885
(November 9, 1996 vs. Tennessee)[88]
1965[88] 1987[88] AstroTurf
  Lincoln Financial Field Philadelphia PA Temple American 68,532 69,176
(September 5, 2015 vs. Penn State)
2003 Desso GrassMaster
  Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum Los Angeles CA Southern California Pac-12 77,500 105,236
(1947, USC vs. Notre Dame)[89]
1923 2008 Grass
  Mackay Stadium Reno NV Nevada Mountain West 26,000 33,391
(October 28, 1995 vs. UNLV)
1966 2016 FieldTurf
  Martin Stadium Pullman WA Washington State Pac-12 32,248 40,306
(November 15, 1997 vs. Stanford)
1972 2000 FieldTurf
  McColl–Richardson Field at Jerry Richardson Stadium Charlotte NC Charlotte C-USA 15,314 19,151
(September 8, 2018 vs. Appalachian State)
2013 Matrix Artificial Turf
  McLane Stadium Waco TX Baylor Big 12 45,140 49,875
(November 14, 2015 vs. Oklahoma)
2014 Matrix Artificial Turf
  Memorial Stadium Champaign IL Illinois Big Ten 60,670[90] 78,297
(September 8, 1984 vs. Missouri)[91]
1923[92] 2011[90] FieldTurf
  Memorial Stadium Bloomington IN Indiana Big Ten 52,959[93] 56,223
(November 22, 1969 vs. Purdue)[94]
1960[93] 2010[93] FieldTurf Revolution 360
  Memorial Stadium, Tom Osborne Field Lincoln NE Nebraska Big Ten 86,047 91,585
(September 20, 2014 vs. Miami (FL))[95]
1923[96] 2017 (1,000 seats widened, reducing capacity)[95] FieldTurf
  Merlin Olsen Field at Maverik Stadium Logan UT Utah State Mountain West 25,513 33,119
(October 4, 1996 vs. BYU)
1968 1980 AstroTurf GameDay Grass 3D60 Extreme
  Michigan Stadium Ann Arbor MI Michigan Big Ten 107,601[97] 115,109
(September 7, 2013 vs. Notre Dame)[98]
1927 2015 FieldTurf Duraspine
  Mountaineer Field at Milan Puskar Stadium Morgantown WV West Virginia Big 12 60,000[99] 70,222
(November 20, 1993 vs. Miami (FL))[99]
1980[99] 2004[99] FieldTurf
  Navy–Marine Corps Memorial Stadium Annapolis MD Navy American 34,000[100] 38,792
(October 7, 2017 vs. Air Force)
1959[100] 2005[100] FieldTurf Revolution
  Neyland Stadium Knoxville TN Tennessee SEC 102,455[101] 109,061
(September 18, 2004 vs. Florida)[102]
1921[102] 2010[102] Grass
  Nippert Stadium Cincinnati OH Cincinnati American 40,000[103] 40,124
(October 24, 2015 vs. UConn)
1915[103] 2015[103] UBU Sports Speed M6-M
  Notre Dame Stadium Notre Dame IN Notre Dame Independent 77,622[104] 77,622
(multiple times)[104]
1930[104] 2017[104] FieldTurf
  Ohio Stadium Columbus OH Ohio State Big Ten 102,082[105] 110,045
(November 26, 2016 vs. University of Michigan)[106]
1922[107] 2014[107] FieldTurf
  Pat Dye Field at Jordan–Hare Stadium Auburn AL Auburn SEC 87,451[108] 87,451
(multiple times)[B 1]
1939[108] 2004[108] Grass
  Peden Stadium Athens OH Ohio MAC 24,000 25,893
(September 8, 2012 vs. New Mexico State)
1929 2001 FieldTurf
  Pratt & Whitney Stadium at Rentschler Field East Hartford CT UConn American 40,000[110] 42,704
(9/21/13 vs. #15 Michigan)[111]
2003[112] Kentucky Bluegrass
  Raymond James Stadium Tampa FL USF American 65,857[113] 71,921
(January 28, 2001, Super Bowl XXXV, Baltimore Ravens vs. New York Giants)[114]
1998[113] Grass
  Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium, Frank Broyles Field Fayetteville AR Arkansas SEC 72,000[115] 76,808
(September 25, 2010 vs. Alabama)
1938[115] 2006[115] PowerBlade HP
  Reser Stadium Corvallis OR Oregon State Pac-12 45,674 46,469
(December 4, 2010 vs. Oregon)
1953 2005 FieldTurf
  Riccardo Silva Stadium Miami FL FIU C-USA 23,500[116] 22,682
(October 1, 2011 vs. Duke)
1995 2012 FieldTurf
  Rice Stadium Houston TX Rice C-USA 47,000 73,000
(multiple times)
1950 AstroTurf 3D60H Synthetic Turf
  Rice-Eccles Stadium Salt Lake City UT Utah Pac-12 47,825[117] 46,768
(September 3, 2015 vs. Michigan)[118]
1998[118] 2014[117] FieldTurf CoolPlay
  Rose Bowl Stadium Pasadena CA UCLA Pac-12 90,888[119] 106,869
(January 1, 1973, Rose Bowl, USC vs. Ohio State)[120]
1921–1922 1949 Grass
  Ross–Ade Stadium West Lafayette IN Purdue Big Ten 57,236[32] 71,629
(November 22, 1980 vs. Indiana)[121]
1924[32] 2006[32] Grass
  Ryan Field Evanston IL Northwestern Big Ten 47,130 55,752
(October 27, 1962 vs. Notre Dame)
1926 1997 Grass
  Rynearson Stadium Ypsilanti MI Eastern Michigan MAC 30,200[122] 26,188
(November 28, 2008 vs. Central Michigan)
1969[122] 1992[122] FieldTurf
  Sam Boyd Stadium Whitney NV UNLV Mountain West 36,800[123] 44,615
(December 23, 2006, 2006 Las Vegas Bowl BYU vs. Oregon)[124]
1971[123] 1999[123] Sprinturf
  Sanford Stadium Athens GA Georgia SEC 92,746[125] 92,746 (multiple times)[125] 1929[125] 2004[125] Grass
  Scheumann Stadium Muncie IN Ball State MAC 22,500 23,861[126] 1967 2007 FieldTurf
  SDCCU Stadium San Diego CA San Diego State Mountain West 70,561[127] 68,537
(October 10, 2005, NFL, Steelers vs. Chargers)[128]
1967[129] 1997[129] Grass
  SHI Stadium Piscataway NJ Rutgers Big Ten 52,454[130] 53,774

(September 13, 2014 vs. Penn State

1994[131] 2009[131] FieldTurf
  Skelly Field at H. A. Chapman Stadium Tulsa OK Tulsa American 30,000[132] 47,350
(September 26, 1987 vs. Oklahoma)[132]
1930[132] 2008[132] (Capacity reduced to 30,000) FieldTurf
Sonny Lubick Field at Canvas Stadium Fort Collins CO Colorado State Mountain West 41,200[133] 41,000 2017 Shaw Sports Artificial Turf
  Spartan Stadium East Lansing MI Michigan State Big Ten 75,005[134] 80,401
(September 22, 1990 vs. Notre Dame)[134][135]
1923[134] 2005[134] Grass
  Spectrum Stadium Orlando FL UCF American 44,206[136] 48,453
(October 17, 2009 vs. Miami (FL))[137]
2007[136] N/A Tifway 419 Bermuda
  Stanford Stadium Stanford CA Stanford Pac-12 50,424[138] 51,607[139]
(October 9, 2010 vs. USC)
1921[140] 2006[140] Grass
  Steve Spurrier-Florida Field at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium Gainesville FL Florida SEC 88,548[141] 90,916
(November 28, 2015 vs. Florida State)[142]
1930[141] 2003[141] Grass
  Sun Bowl Stadium El Paso TX UTEP C-USA 51,500 53,415[143]
(September 6, 2008 vs. Texas)
1963 1981 FieldTurf
  Sun Devil Stadium, Frank Kush Field Tempe AZ Arizona State Pac-12 56,232[144] 74,963[145]
(November 9, 1996 vs. California)
1958[145] 2016 Bermuda Grass
  TCF Bank Stadium Minneapolis MN Minnesota Big Ten 50,805 54,147
(September 3, 2015 vs. TCU)
2009[146] FieldTurf
  Tiger Stadium Baton Rouge LA LSU SEC 102,321[147] 102,321 (multiple times)[B 2] 1924[149] 2014[149] Grass
  UB Stadium Amherst NY Buffalo MAC 29,013[150] 29,795 (August 31, 2006 vs. Temple)[151] 1993[150] A-Turf Titan
  Vanderbilt Stadium Nashville TN Vanderbilt SEC 40,350 41,448 1922 2012 Shaw Sports Legion 46
  Vaught–Hemingway Stadium at Hollingsworth Field Oxford MS Mississippi SEC 64,038[152] 66,176
(September 17, 2016 vs. Alabama)[152]
1915[152] 2016[152] Grass
  Veterans Memorial Stadium at Larry Blakeney Field Troy AL Troy Sun Belt 30,402 29,013
(September 15, 2012 vs. Mississippi State)
1950 2003 & 2018 ProGrass
  Waldo Stadium Kalamazoo MI Western Michigan MAC 30,200[153] 36,361
(September 16, 2000 vs. Indiana State)
1939[154] 2003[154] FieldTurf
  Warren McGuirk Alumni Stadium Hadley MA UMass Independent 17,000 17,000 1965 2014 FieldTurf
  Wayne Day Family Field at Carter–Finley Stadium Raleigh NC NC State ACC 57,583[155] 57,583
(multiple times)
1966 2006 Tifway 419 Bermuda Grass
  Williams-Brice Stadium Columbia SC South Carolina SEC 80,250[156] 85,199
(October 6, 2012 vs. Georgia)[156]
1934[156] 1996[156] Grass

1 – Largest football crowd. Larger attendance records may exist for other configurations of the stadium. Also, a few stadiums now have lower football capacity than in the past; one example is California Memorial Stadium, whose capacity dropped by more than 9,000 in its most recent renovation.
2 – Year of most recent completed stadium expansion/major upgrade

Future stadiumsEdit

This list includes the following:

  • Stadiums either under construction or confirmed to be built in the future.
  • Existing stadiums of teams either (1) transitioning to FBS and not yet football members of FBS conferences, or (2) returning to FBS football.

Here, conference affiliations are those expected to be in effect when the stadium becomes an FBS venue, whether by opening, reopening, or a school's entry into provisional or full FBS membership.

Stadium City State Team Conference Capacity Record1 Built Expanded2 Surface
Hancock Whitney Stadium Mobile AL South Alabama Sun Belt 25,000 N/A 2020 (expected)[157] N/A TBD
Allegiant Stadium Paradise NV UNLV Mountain West 65,000 N/A 2020 (expected)[158] N/A FieldTurf
Protective Stadium Birmingham AL UAB C-USA 55,000 N/A 2021 (expected)[159][160] N/A TBD
SDSU West Stadium San Diego CA San Diego State Mountain West 35,000 N/A 2022 (expected)[161] N/A TBD

See alsoEdit

NotesEdit

Capacity
  1. ^ Heinz Field expandable to 69,050.[65]
  2. ^ The capacity of Commonwealth Stadium will be reduced to 61,000 in 2015.[83]
Record
  1. ^ Most recent: November 22, 2014 vs. Samford.[108][109]
  2. ^ Most recent: November 8, 2014 vs. Alabama.[148]
Other

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