College Football Stadiums: A Complete List Of All Division 1 Football Fields

By: Jake Jola | jake.jola@activecities.com

Did you know there are more than 125 Division 1 college football programs? Ever wonder where these teams play and what their stadiums look like? Here we’ve compiled a complete photographic list, broken down by conference, of every single college football field. Learn some interesting things about each stadium, such as the year it opened, seating capacity and other fun facts. With football being one of the world’s most popular sports, it’s not surprising to see what schools will do to accommodate their fans. Who knows, by the time you are done going through the list, you just might decide to visit a few in person.

American Athletic Conference (AAC)

Central Florida • Cincinnati • Connecticut • East Carolina • Houston • Memphis • South Florida • Southern Methodist • Temple • Tulane • Tulsa

Bright House Networks Stadium, University of Central Florida

university of central florida football stadium

Facts
Location: Orlando, FL
Opened: September 26, 2007
Surface: Grass
Capacity: 45,301
Did You Know? When the Knights were a Division III team and new Division I team in 1996, they played at the Citrus Bowl.

Nippert Stadium, University of Cincinnati

university of cincinnati football stadium

Facts
Location: Cincinnati, OH
Opened: November 24, 1916
SurfaceFieldturf
Capacity: 35,097
Did You Know? The Bearcats called home to the Cincinnati Bengals stadium during the 2014 season while Nippert Stadium underwent renovations.

Rentschler Field, University of Connecticut

Facts
Location: Storrs, CT
Opened: August 30, 2003
SurfaceGrass
Capacity: 44,000
Did You Know? Before the move to Rentschler Field in 2003, the Huskies played in front of 16,000 seats at Memorial Stadium

Dowdy Ficklen Stadium, East Carolina University

Facts
Location: Greenville, NC
Opened: September 21, 1963
Surface:  Grass
Capacity: 50,000
Did You Know? Due to the team coming out to Jimi Hendrix’s “Purple Haze”, the stadium has received the nickname “Rowdy Dowdy” for how crazy Pirates fans get.

TDECU Stadium, University of Houston

Facts
Location: Houston, Texas
Opened: August 30, 2014
SurfaceFieldturf
Capacity: 40,000
Did You Know? Prior to playing at TDECU Stadium, the Cougars played at Robertson Stadium for 67 seasons.

Liberty Bowl, University of Memphis

Facts
Location: Memphis, Tennessee
Opened: 1967
Surface:  Astroturf
Capacity: 62,380
Did You Know? The Tigers’ Liberty Bowl was named after Memphis residents who served in World War I, World War II, and the Korean War.

Raymond James Stadium, University of South Florida

Facts
Location: Tampa Bay, FL
Opened: 1998
SurfaceGrass
Capacity: 44,441
Did You Know? Beyond the north end zone in Buccaneer Cove there  is a 2 story, 103 feet long pirate ship. The Bulls share this stadium with the NFL’s Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Gerald J. Ford Stadium, Southern Methodist University

Facts
Location: Dallas, Texas
Opened: September 2, 2000
Surface:  Grass
Capacity: 32,000
Did You Know? The Mustangs stadium sits 25 feet below street level to allow easier access to the seats, and so the stadium is not imposing from the outside.

Lincoln Financial Field, Temple University

Facts
Location: Philadelphia, PA
Opened: September 8, 2003
Surface Grass
Capacity: 68,532
Did You Know? Prior to Lincoln Financial Field being opened, the Owls played at Veterans Stadium which also played host to the Philadelphia Eagles and Philadelphia Phillies.

Yulman Stadium, Tulane University

Facts
Location: New Orleans, LA
Opened: September 6, 2014
Surface: Fieldturf
Capacity: 30,000
Did You Know? Prior to the 2014 season, the Green Wave played indoors at the Louisiana Superdome when it opened in 1975.

Skelly Field, Tulsa University

Facts
Location: Tulsa, OK
Opened: October 4, 1930
Surface: Fieldturf
Capacity: 31,000
Did You Know? The Golden Hurricanes broke ground for Skelly Field in May of 1930 and took only 5 months to complete.

Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC)

Boston College • Clemson • Duke • Florida State • Georgia Tech • Louisville • Miami • North Carolina • North Carolina State • Pittsburgh • Syracuse • Virginia • Virginia Tech • Wake Forest

Alumni Stadium, Boston College

Facts
Location: Chestnut Hill, MA
Opened: September 21, 1957
SurfaceFieldturf
Capacity: 44,500
Did You Know? Prior to moving into Alumni Stadium in 1957, the Eagles played several of their games at Fenway Park, home of the Boston Red Sox.

Memorial Stadium, Clemson University

Facts
Location: Clemson, SC
Opened: September 19, 1942
SurfaceGrass
Capacity: 80,301
Did You Know? Before the Tigers enter Death Valley, the team touches Howard’s Rock for good luck, which is atop a hill they run down onto the field.

Wallace Wade Stadium, Duke University

Facts
Location: Durham, NC
Opened: October 5, 1929
SurfaceGrass
Capacity: 33,941
Did You Know? The Rose Bowl Game typically played at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California was played at the Blue Devils Wallace Wade Stadium in 1942 due to the threat of an attack in Los Angeles during World War II.

Doak Campbell Stadium, Florida State University

Facts
Location: Tallahassee, FL
Opened: October 7, 1950
SurfaceGrass
Capacity: 82,300
Did You Know? Before every Seminoles football game, Chief Osceola rides out to midfield on Renegade, rises up and slams his flaming spear into the field.

Boddy Dodd Stadium, Georgia Tech

Facts
Location: Atlanta, GA
Opened: 1913
SurfaceGrass
Capacity: 55,000
Did You Know? Bobby Dodd Stadium, home to the Yellow Jackets, is the oldest on campus stadium in Division I Football.

Cardinal Stadium, University of Louisville

Facts
Location: Louisville, KY
Opened: September 1998
Surface:  Fieldturf
Capacity: 55,000
Did You Know? Every seat in the Cardinals stadium are of the chair-back variety. This is the only on campus stadium to do so.

Sun Life Stadium, University of Miami

Facts
Location: Miami, FL
Opened: August 16, 1987
SurfaceGrass
Capacity: 76,500
Did You Know? Before joining the Miami Dolphins at Sun Life Stadium in 2008, the Hurricanes played at the iconic Orange Bowl for 7 decades.

Kenan Stadium, University of North Carolina

Facts
Location: Chapel Hill, NC
Opened: November 27, 1927
SurfaceGrass
Capacity: 60,000
Did You Know? The Tar Heels’ Kenan Stadium is referred to as one of the most beautiful college football stadiums due to its looks, age, size, and amenities.

Carter Finley Stadium, North Carolina State University

Facts
Location: Raleigh, NC
Opened: October 8, 1966
SurfaceGrass
Capacity: 60,000
Did You Know? Carter-Finely Stadium, home of the Wolfpack, has the smallest clearance between stands and sidelines of any stadium in the ACC.

Heinz Field, University of Pittsburgh

Facts
Location: Pittsburgh, PA
Opened: September 1, 2001
SurfaceGrass
Capacity: 64,450
Did You Know? Before sharing Heinz Field with the Pittsburgh Steelers, the Panthers played on campus in Oakland from 1925-1999.

Carrier Dome, Syracuse University

Facts
Location: Syracuse, NY
Opened: September 20, 1980
SurfaceFieldturf
Capacity: 49,250
Did You Know? In addition to football, the Carrier Dome is also home to the Orange basketball and lacrosse teams.

Scott Stadium, University of Virginia

Facts
Location: Charlottesville, VA
Opened: October 18, 1931
SurfaceGrass
Capacity: 60,000
Did You Know? Scott Stadium, home of the Cavaliers, was a gift from Frederic and Elisabeth Scott in order to honor their parents.

Lane Stadium, Virginia Tech

Facts
Location: Blacksburg, VA
Opened: October 2, 1965
SurfaceGrass
Capacity: 66,233
Did You Know? It is Hokie tradition to blare Metallica’s “Enter Sandman” before kickoff.

BB&T Field, Wake Forest University

bb&t field home of wake forest demon deacons football

Facts
Location: Winston-Salem, NC
Opened: September 14, 1968
Surface: FieldTurf
Capacity: 31,500
Did You Know? Home of the Demon Deacons, BB&T Field is the smallest football stadium, by capacity, in both the ACC, and in all Power 5 conferences.

Big Ten Conference (B1G)

Illinois • Iowa • Indiana • Maryland • Michigan • Michigan State • Minnesota • Nebraska • Northwestern • Ohio State • Penn State • Purdue • Rutgers • Wisconsin

Memorial Stadium, University of Illinois

Facts
Location: Champaign, IL
Opened: November 3, 1923
Surface: Fieldturf
Capacity: 62,872
Did You Know? Memorial Stadium, where the Fighting Illini play, was named to honor those who fought in World War I.

Kinnick Stadium, University of Iowa

Facts
Location: Iowa City, IA
Opened: October 5, 1929
Surface: Fieldturf
Capacity: 70,585
Did You Know? Kinnick Stadium, home of the Hawkeyes, is named after 1939 Heisman Trophy winner Nile Kinnick.

Memorial Stadium, University of Indiana

Facts
Location: Bloomington, IN
Opened: October 8, 1960
Surface: Fieldturf
Capacity: 53,500
Did You Know? Nicknamed “The Rock”, this stadium is the second Memorial Stadium by which the Hoosiers called home, for their stadium prior also bared the same name.

Byrd Stadium, University of Maryland

Facts
Location: College Park, MD
Opened: September 30, 1950
Surface: Fieldturf
Capacity: 54,000
Did You Know? For good luck, the Terrapins rub a 300 pound statue of Testudo the terrapin.

Michigan Stadium, University of Michigan

Facts
Location: Ann Arbor, MI
Opened: October 1, 1927
Surface: Fieldturf
Capacity: 109,901
Did You Know? Nicknamed “The Big House”, Michigan Stadium has seen over 200 games with crowds over 100,000. However, this stadium where the Wolverines play, was designed to expand to over 200,000 seats.

Spartan Stadium, Michigan State University

Facts
Location: East Lansing, MI
Opened: 1923
Surface: Grass
Capacity: 75,005
Did You Know? No matter the weather, before every kick off, “It’s a beautiful day for football,” is announced over the speakers to the Spartan crowd.

TCF Bank Stadium, University of Minnesota

Facts
Location: Minneapolis, MN
Opened: September 12, 2009
Surface: Fieldturf
Capacity: 50,300
Did You Know? Before playing at TCF Bank Stadium, the Golden Gophers played indoors at the Metrodome for 25 seasons.

Memorial Stadium, University of Nebraska

Facts
Location: Lincoln, NE
Opened: October 20, 1923
Surface: Fieldturf
Capacity: 92,000
Did You Know? Memorial Stadium, home of the Cornhuskers, is named in honor of the citizens of Nebraska who fought in the Civil War, Spanish-American War, and World War I & II.

Ryan Field, Northwestern University

Facts
Location: Evanston, IL
Opened: October 2, 1926
Surface: Grass
Capacity: 49,256
Did You Know? Before playing at Ryan Field, the Wildcats shared Soldier Field with the Chicago Bears.

Ohio Stadium, Ohio State University

Facts
Location: Columbus, OH
Opened: October 7, 1922
Surface: Fieldturf
Capacity: 104,851
Did You Know? Nicknamed “The Shoe” for its horseshoe shape, Ohio Stadium, where the Buckeyes play, is on the National Register of Historic Places by the National Park Service.

Beaver Stadium, Pennsylvania State University

Facts
Location: State College, PA
Opened: September 17, 1960
SurfaceGrass
Capacity: 107,282
Did You Know? Home of the Nittany Lions, Beaver Stadium is one of the main reasons State College becomes the 3rd largest city in Pennsylvania on game days.

Ross Ade Stadium, Purdue University

Facts
Location: West Lafayette, IN
Opened: November 22, 1924
Surface: Grass
Capacity: 56,400
Did You Know? Ross Ade Stadium is named after David Ross and George Ade who financially paid for the land and building of the Boilermakers stadium.

High Point Solutions Stadium, Rutgers University

Facts
Location: Piscataway, NJ
Opened: September 3, 1994
SurfaceFieldturf
Capacity: 52,454
Did You Know? The Scarlet Knights played in the first ever football game against Princeton on November 6, 1869.

Camp Randall Stadium, University of Wisconsin

Facts
Location: Madison, WI
Opened: November 13, 1917
SurfaceFieldTurf
Capacity: 80,321
Did You Know? Between the 3rd and 4th quarters, the Badger crowd gets crazy to House of Pain’s “Jump Around”.

Big Twelve Conference (Big12)

Baylor • Iowa State • Kansas • Kansas State • Oklahoma • Oklahoma State • Texas • Texas Tech • Texas Christian • West Virginia

McLane Stadium, Baylor University

Facts
Location: Baylor, TX
Opened: August 30, 2014
Surface: Fieldturf
Capacity: 45,000
Did You Know? McLane Stadium, home of the Bears, is located on Baylor’s campus right along the Brazos River.

Jack Trice Stadium, Iowa State University

Facts
Location: Ames, IA
Opened: September 20, 1975
Surface: Grass
Capacity: 55,000
Did You Know? Trice Stadium is named in honor of Jack Trice who was the Cyclones first black athlete who died from injuries during his second career game.

Memorial Stadium, University of Kansas

Facts
Location: Lawrence, KS
Opened: October 29, 1921
Surface: Fieldturf
Capacity: 50,071
Did You Know? Legendary UCLA basketball coach John Wooden helped build the Jayhawks stadium in his youth.

Bill Snyder Family Stadium, Kansas State University

Facts
Location: Manhattan, KS
Opened: September 21, 1968
Surface: Fieldturf
Capacity: 52,200
Did You Know? In 2005, the Kansas State Board of Directors named the stadium in honor of long time Wildcats coach Bill Snyder

Memorial Stadium, University of Oklahoma

Facts
Location: Norman, OK
Opened: October 20, 1923
Surface: Grass
Capacity: 82,112
Did You Know? Students took in upon themselves in the early 1920s to form a committee that would find a new location for the Sooners to play football.

Boone Pickens Stadium, Oklahoma State University

Facts
Location: Stillwater, OK
Opened: 1920
Surface: Fieldturf
Capacity: 60,218
Did You Know? The Cowboys have been playing at the same site since 1913, when temporary bleachers were used to seat fans.

Royal Memorial Stadium, University of Texas

Facts
Location: Austin, TX
Opened: November 8, 1924
Surface: Fieldturf
Capacity: 100,119
Did You Know? In 1996 Memorial Stadium was renamed Darrell K. Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium to honor former coach Darrell Royal who led the Longhorns to 3 national championships.

Jones AT&T Stadium, Texas Tech

Facts
Location: Lubbock, TX
Opened: November 27, 1947
Surface: Fieldturf
Capacity: 61,000
Did You Know? Clifford and Audrey Jones donated $400,000 in 1947 to fund construction of the Red Raiders stadium.

Amon Carter Stadium, Texas Christian University

Facts
Location: Fort Worth, TX
Opened: October 11, 1930
SurfaceGrass
Capacity: 50,000
Did You Know? Home of the Horned Frogs, it is named after one of the key contributors to the building of the stadium Amon Carter, publisher of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram.

Mountaineer Field, West Virginia University

Facts
Location: Morgantown, WV
Opened: September 6, 1980
SurfaceFieldTurf
Capacity: 60,180
Did You Know? John Denver’s “Take Me Home, Country Roads” is a fan favorite to sing along with during Mountaineer games.

Conference USA (CUSA)

Alabama Birmingham • Florida Atlantic • Florida International • Louisiana Tech • Marshall • Middle Tennessee State • North Texas • Old Dominion • Rice • Southern Mississippi • Texas El Paso • Texas San Antonio • Western Kentucky

Legion Field, University of Alabama at Birmingham

Facts
Location: Birmingham, AL
Opened: November 19, 1927
Surface: Artificial Turf
Capacity: 72,000
Did You Know? Legion Field, home of the Blazers, was the site of the annual Iron Bowl between Alabama and Auburn from 1948-1988.

FAU Stadium, Florida Atlantic University

Facts
Location: Boca Raton, FL
Opened: October 15, 2011
Surface: Grass
Capacity: 30,000
Did You Know? The field is named after legendary coach Howard Schnellenberger, who coached the Owls from 1999-2011.

FIU Stadium, Florida International University

Facts
Location: Miami, FL
Opened: 1995
Surface: Fieldturf
Capacity: 23,500
Did You Know? When opened in 1995, FIU Stadium only hosted track events before the inception of the Panthers football program in 2002.

Joe Aillet Stadium, Louisiana Tech

Facts
Location: Ruston, LA
Opened: September 28, 1968
Surface: Grass
Capacity: 30,000
Did You Know? The Stadium is named after former Bulldogs coach and athletic director Joe Aillet.

Joan Edwards Stadium, Marshall University

Facts
Location: Huntington, WV
Opened: September 7, 1991
Surface: Fieldturf
Capacity: 38,016
Did You Know? Before playing at Joan Edwards Stadium in 1991, the Thundering Herd played at Fairfield Stadium from 1927-1990.

Floyd Stadium, Middle Tennessee State University

Facts
Location: Murfreesboro, TN
Opened: October 14 1933
Surface: Sportexe PowerBlade
Capacity: 31,000
Did You Know? Floyd Stadium used to be called Horace Jones Field after a prominent member of the Blue Raiders athletic department.

Apogee Stadium, University of North Texas

Facts
Location: Enton, TX
Opened: September 10, 2011
Surface: Fieldturf
Capacity: 30,850
Did You Know? Despite being named the Mean Green, Apogee Stadium is a very environmentally friendly stadium with design features that enable it to be a truly “green” facility.

Foreman Field, Old Dominion University

Facts
Location: Norfolk, VA
Opened: October 3, 1936
Surface: Fieldturf
Capacity: 20,118
Did You Know? From 1941-2009, the Monarchs did not play a single football game.

Rice Stadium, Rice University

Facts
Location: Houston, TX
Opened: September 30, 1950
SurfaceFieldturf
Capacity: 47,000
Did You Know? Rice Stadium, home of the Owls, used to be where the former Houston Oilers played, before they moved to the Houston Astrodome. Super Bowl VIII between the Miami Dolphins and the Minnesota Vikings was also played here.

Roberts Stadium, University of Southern Mississippi

Facts
Location: Hattiesburg, MS
Opened: September 25, 1976
Surface: Momentum Turf
Capacity: 36,000
Did You Know? Known as “The Rock”, prison crews built the east end stands of the Golden Eagles stadium.

Sun Bowl, University of Texas at El Paso

Facts
Location: El Paso, TX
Opened: September 21, 1963
Surface: AstroPlay
Capacity: 50,426
Did You Know? Home of the Miners, the annual Sun Bowl has been played in El Paso since 1935.

Alamodome, University of Texas at San Antonio

Facts
Location: San Antonio, TX
Opened: 1993
Surface: Fieldturf
Capacity: 65,000
Did You Know? Now home to the Roadrunners, the Alamodome was originally built for a possible NFL team. The San Antonio Spurs also called this home from 1993-2002.

LT Smith Stadium, Western Kentucky University

Facts
Location: Bowling Green, KY
Opened: 1968
Surface: Fieldturf
Capacity: 25,000
Did You Know? The Hilltoppers stadium plays host to the Kentucky High School Athletic Association Football Championships.

Independents

Army • Brigham Young • Navy • Notre Dame

Michie Stadium, United States Military Academy

Facts
Location: West Point, NY
Opened: 1924
Surface: AstroPlay
Capacity: 40,000
Did You Know? The field on which the Black Knights play is referred to as Blaik Field in memory of Earl “Red” Blaik who led Army to three consecutive national titles from 1944 to 1946.

Lavell Edwards Stadium, Brigham Young University

Facts
Location: Provo, UT
Opened: 1964
Surface: Grass
Capacity: 65,000
Did You Know? Until 2005, North America’s largest collection of Jurassic period fossils were stored under the east end bleachers of the Cougars stadium.

Memorial Stadium, United States Naval Academy

Facts
Location: Annapolis, MD
Opened: September 26, 1959
Surface: Fieldturf
Capacity: 35,000
Did You Know? Home of the Midshipmen, Memorial Stadium was the site of several soccer games during the 1984 Summer Olympics.

Notre Dame Stadium, University of Notre Dame

Facts
Location: South Bend, IN
Opened: October 4, 1930
Surface: Fieldturf
Capacity: 80,795
Did You Know? The actual name of the Fighting Irish “Touchdown Jesus” mural which can be seen over the north endzone on Hesburgh Library is The World of Life.

Mid-American Conference (MAC)

Akron • Ball State • Bowling Green State • Buffalo • Central Michigan • Eastern Michigan • Kent State • Massachusetts • Miami (OH) • Northern Illinois • Ohio • Toledo • Western Michigan

Infocision Stadium, University of Akron

Facts
Location: Akron, Ohio
Opened: September 12, 2009
Surface: Grass
Capacity: 30,000
Did You Know? Before playing in Infocision Stadium in 2009, the Zips called the Rubber Bowl home from 1940-2008.

Scheumann Stadium, Ball State University

Facts
Location: Muncie, Indiana
Opened: September 16, 1967
Surface: Fieldturf
Capacity: 22,500
Did You Know? The Cardinals stadium is named after John and June Scheumann who donated a significant amount to improve the facilities.

Doyt Perry Stadium, Bowling Green State University

Facts
Location: Bowling Green, OH
Opened: October 1, 1966
Surface: Fieldturf
Capacity: 23,724
Did You Know? The Falcons play at a stadium named after former coach and athletic director Doyt Perry.

UB Stadium, University of Buffalo

Facts
Location: Buffalo, NY
Opened: September 4, 1993
Surface: Momentum Turf
Capacity: 29,031
Did You Know? In addition to the Bulls football team, UB Stadium is also home to the varsity track & field team.

Kelly-Shorts Stadium, Central Michigan University

Facts
Location: Mount Pleasant, MI
Opened: November 4, 1972
Surface: Fieldturf
Capacity: 30,255
Did You Know? Kelly-Shorts Stadium is named after two key Chippewas, Perry Shorts and Kenneth Kelly.

Rynearson Stadium, Eastern Michigan University

rynearson football stadium at eastern michigan university

Facts
Location: Ypsilanti, MI
Opened: September 27, 1969
Surface: Fieldturf
Capacity: 30,200
Did You Know? The Eagles play on a gray FieldTurf surface.

Dix Stadium, Kent State University

Facts
Location: Kent, OH
Opened: September 13, 1969
Surface: Fieldturf
Capacity: 20,500
Did You Know? The Golden Flash play at a stadium named in honor of Kent State’s Board of Trustees member Robery Dix.

Gillette Stadium, University of Massachusetts

Facts
Location: Foxboro, MA
Opened: September 9, 2002
Surface: Fieldturf
Capacity: 68,756
Did You Know? Gillette Stadium is home to not only the Minutemen, but also to the NFL’s New England Patriots and the MLS’ New England Revolution.

Fred Yager Stadium, University of Miami (Ohio)

Facts
Location: Oxford, OH
Opened: October 1, 1983
Surface: Sportsturf
Capacity: 30,012
Did You Know? The layout of the RedHawks stadium is uneven due to the fact the west grandstands are 20 rows higher than the east.

Huskie Stadium, Northern Illinois University

Facts
Location: Dekalb, IL
Opened: November 6, 1965
Surface: Fieldturf
Capacity: 24,000
Did You Know? Huskie Stadium witnessed NCAA history when NIU’s quarterback, Jordan Lynch, broke the FBS rushing record for a quarterback by rushing for 321 yards.

Peden Stadium, Ohio University

Facts
Location: Athens, OH
Opened: 1929
Surface: Fieldturf
Capacity: 24,000
Did You Know? The Bobcats stadium is named after former athletic director and coach Don C. Peden.

Glass Bowl, University of Toledo

Facts
Location: Toledo, OH
Opened: 1937
Surface: Nexturf
Capacity: 36,852
Did You Know? Since the Rockets football stadium was renovated after World War II with many glass elements, the city of Toledo decided to rename the stadium the Glass Bowl in 1946.

Waldo Stadium, Western Michigan University

Facts
Location: Kalamazoo, MI
Opened: 1937
Surface: Nexturf
Capacity: 30,200
Did You Know? The Broncos stadium was named in honor of the school’s first president, Dwight B. Waldo.

Mountain West Conference (MWC)

Air Force • Boise State • Colorado State • Fresno State • Hawaii • Nevada • Nevada Las Vegas • New Mexico • San Diego State • San Jose State • Utah State • Wyoming

Falcon Stadium, United States Air Force Academy

Facts
Location: Colorado Springs, CO
Opened: September 22, 1962
Surface: Fieldturf
Capacity: 52,237
Did You Know? Before every game, the Wings of Blue parachute into the Falcons stadium to deliver the game ball.

Alberstons Stadium, Boise State University

Facts
Location: Boise, ID
Opened: September 11, 1970
Surface: Fieldturf
Capacity: 37,000
Did You Know? Alberstons Stadium is very unique because its playing surface is blue FieldTurf which adds deception when the Broncos are wearing blue uniforms with blue helmets.

Hughes Stadium, Colorado State University

Facts
Location: Fort Collins, CO
Opened: September 28, 1967
Surface: Fieldturf
Capacity: 34,400
Did You Know? The Rams play at a stadium which is named after long time coach Harry W. Hughes who led the team from 1911 to 1942.

Bulldog Stadium, California State University Fresno

Facts
Location: Fresno, CA
Opened: September 28, 1967
Surface: Fieldturf
Capacity: 34,400
Did You Know? The Bulldogs stadium was entirely funded by the local residents of Fresno.

Aloha Stadium, University of Hawaii

Facts
Location: Honolulu, HI
Opened: September 12, 1975
Surface: Fieldturf
Capacity: 50,000
Did You Know? Not only is Aloha home to the Warriors football team, but this island stadium hosts the annual Aloha Bowl as well as several NFL Pro Bowls.

Mackay Stadium, University of Nevada

Facts
Location: Reno, NV
Opened: October 1, 1966
Surface: Fieldturf
Capacity: 31,000
Did You Know? Mackay Stadium, home of the Wolf Pack, was named in honor of the University’s early benefactor Clarence H. Mackay.

Sam Boyd Stadium, University of Nevada at Las Vegas

Facts
Location: Las Vegas, NV
Opened: October 23, 1971
Surface: Fieldturf
Capacity: 36,800
Did You Know? Located just 8 miles outside of Las Vegas, Sam Boyd Stadium plays host to both the UNLV Rebels and the annual Las Vegas Bowl.

University Stadium, University of New Mexico

Facts
Location: Albuquerque, NM
Opened: September 17, 1960
Surface: Grass
Capacity: 40,000
Did You Know? Prior to the opening of University Stadium, the Lobos played at Zimmerman Field from 1938 to 1959.

Qualcomm Stadium, San Diego State University

Facts
Location: San Diego, CA
Opened: September 15, 1967
Surface: Grass
Capacity: 71,294
Did You Know? Qualcomm Stadium, previously known as Jack Murphy Stadium, has hosted the Aztecs, the NFL’s San Diego Chargers, the MLB’s San Diego Padres, and several Super Bowls.

Spartan Stadium, San Jose State University

Facts
Location: San Jose, CA
Opened: October 7, 1933
Surface: Grass
Capacity: 30,000
Did You Know? The Spartans stadium has played host to many major soccer events, most notably the 1999 Women’s World Cup.

Romney Stadium, Utah State University

Facts
Location: Logan, UT
Opened: September 14, 1968
Surface: Sprinturf
Capacity: 25,513
Did You Know? The Aggies football stadium opened as Utah State University Stadium, but one year after its opening was changed to honor the school’s winningest football coach, E.L. Romney.

War Memorial Stadium, University of Wyoming

Facts
Location: Laramie, WY
Opened: September 16, 1950
Surface: Fieldturf
Capacity: 29,181
Did You Know? During every game, Cowboy fans scream for the marching band to play “In Heaven There Is No Beer”.

Pacific Twelve Conference (PAC 12)

Arizona • Arizona State • California Berkley • California Los Angeles • Colorado • Oregon • Oregon State • Stanford • Southern California • Utah • Washington • Washington State

Arizona Stadium, University of Arizona

Facts
Location: Tuscon, AZ
Opened: October 12, 1929
SurfaceFieldTurf
Capacity: 56,037
Did You Know? The Wildcats began to play under lights in 1931.

Sun Devil Stadium, Arizona State University

Facts
Location: Tempe, AZ
Opened: October 4, 1958
Surface:  Grass
Capacity: 66,000 (2014)
Did You Know? In addition to serving as home to the Sun Devils, the stadium hosted the NFL’s Arizona Cardinals of the NFL, Super Bowl XXX, and the annual Fiesta Bowl.

California Memorial Stadium, University of California, Berkley

Facts
Location: Berkley, CA
Opened: November 24, 1923
SurfaceMomentum Turf
Capacity: 62,717
Did You Know? If you do not want to pay to get into the stadium, it is tradition to watch Golden Bears football games on Charter Hill, which has gained the reputation of Tightwad Hill.

Rose Bowl, University of California, Los Angeles

Facts
Location: Pasadena, CA
Opened: 1922
Surface: Grass
Capacity: 89,702
Did You Know? Known as the “Granddaddy of Them All”, this historic stadium has only played host to the Bruins since 1982, and was built strictly for football and hosted the first Rose Bowl Game in 1922.

Folsom Field, University of Colorado

Facts
Location: Boulder, CO
Opened: October 11, 1924
Surface: Grass
Capacity: 53,613
Did You Know? Before every game, Buffalo fans get to enjoy the 500 pound bison, “Ralphie” lead the team onto the field.

Autzen Stadium, University of Oregon

Facts
Location: Eugene, OR
Opened: September 23, 1967
SurfaceFieldturf
Capacity: 54,000
Did You Know? The school’s mascot leads the Ducks onto the field on the back of a Harley Davidson before every game.

Reser Stadium, Oregon State University

Facts
Location: Corvallis, OR
Opened: November 14, 1953
Surface: Fieldturf
Capacity: 45,674
Did You Know? The Beavers play at a stadium named after Reser’s Fine Foods and alumni Al and Pat Reser.

Stanford Stadium, Stanford University

Facts
Location: Stanford, CA
Opened: September 16, 2006
Surface: Grass
Capacity: 50,000
Did You Know? Stanford has played at the same location since 1921. They built the Cardinal stadium because they found out their rival Cal was planning to build a stadium, so they wanted to beat them to it.

Los Angeles Coliseum, University of Southern California

Facts
Location: Los Angeles, CA
Opened: October 6, 1923
SurfaceGrass
Capacity: 92,000
Did You Know? Besides hosting the Trojans, the iconic Coliseum has played host to the Olympic Games, the Super Bowl, and the World Series.

Rice Eccles Stadium, University of Utah

Facts
Location: Salt Lake City, UT
Opened: September 12, 1998
Surface: Fieldturf
Capacity: 45,017
Did You Know? Home of the Utes, Rice Eccles Stadium hosted the opening and closing ceremonies of the 2002 Winter Olympics.

Husky Stadium, University of Washington

Facts
Location: Seattle, WA
Opened: November 27, 1920
SurfaceFieldturf
Capacity: 70,138
Did You Know? In 1968, the Huskies stadium became the first collegiate stadium to have astroturf.

Martin Stadium, Washington State University

Facts
Location: Pullman, WA
Opened: Sept. 30, 1972
SurfaceFieldturf
Capacity: 35,117
Did You Know? Home of the Cougars, Martin Stadium was built in 1936, but saw major renovations after a fire in 1970 destroyed the south stands.

Southeastern Conference (SEC)

Alabama • Arkansas • Auburn • Florida • Georgia • Kentucky • Louisiana State • Mississippi • Mississippi State • Missouri • South Carolina • Tennessee • Texas A&M • Vanderbilt

Bryat Denny Stadium, University of Alabama

Facts
Location: Tuscaloosa, AL
Opened: September 28, 1929
SurfaceGrass
Capacity: 101,821
Did You Know? The Crimson Tide marching band, nicknamed the “Million Dollar Band”, is comprised of 400 members and leads the crowds to songs like “Yea Alabama” and “Rammer Jammer Cheer”.

Razorback Stadium, University of Arkansas

Facts
Location: Fayetteville, AR
Opened: September 24, 1938
SurfaceFieldturf
Capacity: 72,000
Did You Know? 78% of the Razorbacks stadium was built from funds associated with the Works Progress Administration.

Jordan-Hare Stadium, Auburn University

Facts
Location: Auburn, AL
Opened: November 30, 1939
SurfaceGrass
Capacity: 87,451
Did You Know? The Tigers play at a stadium named after two Auburn greats, the winningest coach in Tigers program history, Ralph “Shug” Jordan, and a member of the first football team who then became President of the Southern Conference, Cliff Hare.

Ben Hill Griffin Stadium, University of Florida

Facts
Location: Gainesville, FL
Opened: October 27, 1930
SurfaceGrass
Capacity: 88,548
Did You Know? Known as one of the loudest stadiums in the country, the home of the Gators is nicknamed “The Swamp”.

Sanford Stadium, University of Georgia

Facts
Location: Athens, GA
Opened: October 29, 1929
SurfaceGrass
Capacity: 92,746
Did You Know? Even though the Bulldogs stadium is known by many Americans as a football stadium, it is also known by the rest of the world as a popular football (soccer) venue because it played host to the 1996 Summer Olympics Soccer Final.

Commonwealth Stadium, University of Kentucky

Facts
Location: Lexington, KY
Opened: September 15, 1973
SurfaceGrass
Capacity: 67,600
Did You Know? Against popular belief, the Wildcats do not play on Kentucky Bluegrass, but instead on Bermuda Grass.

Tiger Stadium, Louisiana State University

Facts
Location: Baton Rouge, LA
Opened: November 25, 1924
SurfaceGrass
Capacity: 102,321
Did You Know? Many call the Tigers stadium the “most feared road game in the country” due to its loud screaming fans of over 100,000. Therefore, this place is referred to as “Death Valley”.

Vaught-Hemingway Stadium, University of Mississippi

Facts
Location: Oxford, MS
Opened: October 1, 1915
SurfaceFieldturf
Capacity: 60,580
Did You Know? Known as “The Grove”, the Ole Miss Rebels stadium is located in a 10 acre park filled with old oak trees.

Davis Wade Stadium, Mississippi State University

Facts
Location: Starksville, MS
Opened: 1914
SurfaceGrass
Capacity: 61,337
Did You Know? Home of the Bulldogs, David Wade Stadium is the second oldest college football stadium in Division-1.

Faurot Field, University of Missouri

Facts
Location: Columbia, MO
Opened: October 2, 1926
Surface: Fieldturf
Capacity: 77,000
Did You Know? Located in the north endzone of the Tigers stadium is a giant 95×90 block “M”.

Williams Brice Stadium, University of South Carolina

Facts
Location: Columbia, SC
Opened: 1934
SurfaceGrass
Capacity: 80,250
Did You Know? Nicknamed “The Cockpit”, the Gamecocks have been entering Williams Brice Stadium to the song “2001: A Space Odyssey” since the 1980s.

Neyland Stadium, University of Tennessee

Facts
Location: Knoxville, TN
Opened: September 24, 1921
SurfaceGrass
Capacity: 100,011
Did You Know? From the iconic checkerboard endzones, to the band making a “T”, Neyland Stadium is named after legendary Volunteers coach, Rober R. Neyland.

Kyle Field, Texas A&M University

Facts
Location: College Station, TX
Opened: 1929
Surface: Grass
Capacity: 106,511
Did You Know? The Aggies fans at Kyle Field are referred to as the “12th Man” for how supportive and loud they are.

Vanderbilt Stadium, Vanderbilt University

Facts
Location: Nashville, TN
Opened: October 14, 1922
SurfaceFieldturf
Capacity: 40,550
Did You Know? Home of the Commodores, the NFL’s Tennessee Titans called Vanderbilt Stadium home during their first season in Nashville in 1998.

Sun Belt Conference (Sun Belt)

Appalachian State • Arkansas State • Georgia Southern • Idaho • Louisiana Lafayette • Louisiana Monroe • New Mexico State • South Alabama • Texas State • Troy

Kidd Brewer Stadium, Appalachian State University

Facts
Location: Boone, NC
Opened: September 15, 1962
Surface: Fieldturf
Capacity: 24,150
Did You Know? Before being named Kidd Brewer Stadium, the Mountaineers called their home Conrad Stadium after Appalachian State University trustee William Conrad.

 Centennial Bank Stadium, Arkansas State University

Facts
Location: Jonesboro, AR
Opened: September 28, 1974
Surface: Fieldturf
Capacity: 30,964
Did You Know? Centennial Bank Stadium was known as Indian Stadium before Arkansas State changed their mascot to the Red Wolves in 2008.

Paulson Stadium, Georgia Southern University

Facts
Location: Statesboro, GA
Opened: September 29, 1984
Surface: Grass
Capacity: 24,300
Did You Know? Paulson Stadium is nicknamed “The Prettiest Little Stadium in America”.

Georgia Dome, Georgia State University

Facts
Location: Atlanta, GA
Opened: 1992
Surface: Fieldturf
Capacity: 28,155
Did You Know? Only serving as home field for the Panthers since 2010, the Georgia Dome is home to the NFL’s Atlanta Falcons.

Kibbie Dome, University of Idaho

Facts
Location: Moscow, ID
Opened: September 27, 1975
Surface: Grass
Capacity: 16,000
Did You Know? The Kibbie Dome, home of the Vandals, is currently the smallest football stadium in Division-1.

Cajun Field, University of Louisiana at Lafayette

Facts
Location: Lafayette, LA
Opened: September 30, 1971
Surface: ProGrass
Capacity: 37,000
Did You Know? Because a majority of the Cajuns stadium is recessed into the ground, most fans end up sitting below sea level. It has also received the nickname of “The Swamp” because it is located near wet lands.

Malone Stadium, University of Louisiana at Monroe

Facts
Location: Monroe, LA
Opened: September 16, 1978
Surface: ProPlay
Capacity: 30,427
Did You Know? The Warhawks play at a stadium named after the winningest coach in school history, James L. Malone.

Aggie Memorial Stadium, New Mexico State University

Facts
Location: Las Crues, NM
Opened: September 16, 1978
Surface: Grass
Capacity: 30,343
Did You Know? Memorial Stadium is dedicated to Aggie students who died in the Korean and Vietnam Wars.

Ladd-Peebles Stadium, University of South Alabama

Facts
Location: Mobile, AL
Opened: 1948
Surface: Fieldturf
Capacity: 38,888
Did You Know? Since 1951, the Jaguars football stadium has hosted The Senior Bowl, an annual game played between the nations top college seniors.

Bobcat Stadium, Texas State University

Facts
Location: San Marcos, TX
Opened: 1981
Surface: DuraSpine Pro
Capacity: 30,000
Did You Know? The Bobcats stadium has appeared in the movie “The Ringer” and the show “Friday Night Lights”.

Veterans Memorial Stadium, Troy University

Facts
Location: Troy, AL
Opened: September 16, 1950
Surface: Astorplay
Capacity: 30,000
Did You Know? Veterans Memorial Stadium, home of the Trojans, is dedicated to Pike County, Alabama residents who died in World War II.