Stadiums in NCAA

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American Athletic Conference

Team Name City Capacity Opened
Cincinnati Bearcats Nippert Stadium Cincinnati, Ohio 40,000 1915
East Carolina Pirates Dowdy–Ficklen Stadium Greenville, North Carolina 51,000 1961
Houston Cougars TDECU Stadium Houston, Texas 40,000 2014
Memphis Tigers Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium Memphis, Tennessee 58,325 1965
SMU Mustangs Gerald J. Ford Stadium University Park, Texas 32,000 2000
Tulane Green Wave Yulman Stadium New Orleans, Louisiana 30,000 2014
Tulsa Golden Hurricane Skelly Field at H. A. Chapman Stadium Tulsa, Oklahoma 30,000 1930
UCF Knights Bounce House Orlando, Florida 44,206 2007
Wichita State Shockers Cessna Stadium Wichita, Kansas 16,000 1946

Atlantic Coast Conference

Team Name City Capacity Opened
Boston College Eagles Alumni Stadium Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts 44,500 1957
Clemson Tigers Memorial Stadium (Clemson) Clemson, South Carolina 81,500 1942
Duke Blue Devils Wallace Wade Stadium Durham, North Carolina 40,004 1929
Florida State Seminoles Doak Campbell Stadium Tallahassee, Florida 15,000 1950
Louisville Cardinals Cardinal Stadium Louisville, Kentucky 61,000 1998
NC State Wolfpack Carter–Finley Stadium Raleigh, North Carolina 57,583 1966
North Carolina Tar Heels Kenan Memorial Stadium Chapel Hill, North Carolina 24,000 1927
Notre Dame Fighting Irish Notre Dame Stadium South Bend, Indiana 54,000 1930
Syracuse Orange Carrier Dome Syracuse, New York 49,262 1980
Virginia Cavaliers Scott Stadium Charlottesville, Virginia 61,500 1931
Virginia Tech Hokies Lane Stadium Blacksburg, Virginia 65,632 1965
Wake Forest Demon Deacons Truist Field at Wake Forest Winston-Salem, North Carolina 31,500 1968

Big 12 Conference

Team Name City Capacity Opened
Baylor Bears McLane Stadium Waco, Texas 45,140 2014
Iowa State Cyclones Jack Trice Stadium Ames, Iowa 42,500 1975
Kansas Jayhawks David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium Lawrence, Kansas 47,000 1921
Kansas State Wildcats Bill Snyder Family Football Stadium Manhattan, Kansas 50,000 1968
Oklahoma Sooners Gaylord Family Oklahoma Memorial Stadium Norman, Oklahoma 80,126 1923
Oklahoma State Cowboys Boone Pickens Stadium Stillwater, Oklahoma 55,509 1920
TCU Horned Frogs Amon G. Carter Stadium Fort Worth, Texas 47,000 1930
Texas Longhorns Darrell K Royal–Texas Memorial Stadium Austin, Texas 95,594 1924
Texas Tech Red Raiders Jones AT&T Stadium Lubbock, Texas 60,454 1947
West Virginia Mountaineers Milan Puskar Stadium Morgantown, West Virginia 60,000 1980

Big Ten Conference

Team Name City Capacity Opened
Illinois Fighting Illini Memorial Stadium (Champaign) Urbana–Champaign, Illinois 60,670 1923
Indiana Hoosiers Memorial Stadium (Indiana University) Bloomington, Indiana 52,626 1960
Iowa Hawkeyes Kinnick Stadium Iowa City, Iowa 69,250 1929
Maryland Terrapins Maryland Stadium College Park, Maryland 51,802 1950
Michigan State Spartans Spartan Stadium (East Lansing, Michigan) East Lansing, Michigan 75,005 1923
Michigan Wolverines Michigan Stadium Ann Arbor, Michigan 72,000 1927
Minnesota Golden Gophers TCF Bank Stadium Minneapolis–Saint Paul, Minnesota 50,805 2009
Nebraska Cornhuskers Memorial Stadium (Lincoln) Lincoln, Nebraska 85,458 1923
Northwestern Wildcats Ryan Field (stadium) Evanston, Illinois 47,130 1926
Ohio State Buckeyes Ohio Stadium Columbus, Ohio 102,780 1922
Penn State Nittany Lions Beaver Stadium State College, Pennsylvania 106,572 1960
Purdue Boilermakers Ross–Ade Stadium West Lafayette, Indiana 57,236 1924
Rutgers Scarlet Knights SHI Stadium New Brunswick, New Jersey 52,454 1994
Wisconsin Badgers Camp Randall Stadium Madison, Wisconsin 80,321 1917

Conference USA

Team Name City Capacity Opened
Sun Bowl (stadium) El Paso, Texas 30,000 1963
Charlotte 49ers Jerry Richardson Stadium Charlotte, North Carolina 15,314 2013
FIU Panthers Riccardo Silva Stadium Miami, Florida 20,000 1995
Florida Atlantic Owls FAU Stadium Boca Raton, Florida 29,571 2011
Louisiana Tech Bulldogs and Lady Techsters Joe Aillet Stadium Ruston, Louisiana 28,562 1968
Marshall Thundering Herd Joan C. Edwards Stadium Huntington, West Virginia 28,000 1991
Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders Johnny “Red” Floyd Stadium Murfreesboro, Tennessee 30,788 1933
North Texas Mean Green Apogee Stadium Denton, Texas 30,850 2011
Old Dominion Monarchs S.B. Ballard Stadium Norfolk, Virginia 22,480 1936
Rice Owls Rice Stadium (Rice University) Houston, Texas 47,000 1950
Southern Miss Golden Eagles M. M. Roberts Stadium Hattiesburg, Mississippi 36,000 1932
UAB Blazers Legion Field Birmingham, Alabama 71,594 1927
UTSA Roadrunners Alamodome San Antonio, Texas 64,000 1993
Western Kentucky Hilltoppers Houchens Industries–L. T. Smith Stadium Bowling Green, Kentucky 22,113 1968

FBS Independents

Team Name City Capacity Opened
Army Black Knights Michie Stadium West Point, New York 38,000 1924
BYU Cougars LaVell Edwards Stadium Provo, Utah 63,470 1964
Liberty Flames Williams Stadium Lynchburg, Virginia 25,000 1989
New Mexico State Aggies Aggie Memorial Stadium Las Cruces, New Mexico 30,343 1978
UConn Huskies Pratt & Whitney Stadium at Rentschler Field Storrs, Connecticut 38,066 2003
UMass Minutemen Warren McGuirk Alumni Stadium Amherst, Massachusetts 17,000 1965

Mid-American Conference

Team Name City Capacity Opened
Akron Zips InfoCision Stadium–Summa Field Akron, Ohio 30,000 2009
Ball State Cardinals Scheumann Stadium Muncie, Indiana 16,319 1967
Bowling Green Falcons Doyt Perry Stadium Bowling Green, Ohio 24,000 1966
Buffalo Bulls University at Buffalo Stadium Buffalo, New York 25,013 1993
Central Michigan Chippewas Kelly/Shorts Stadium Mount Pleasant, Michigan 30,255 1972
Eastern Michigan Eagles Rynearson Stadium Ypsilanti, Michigan 30,200 1969
Kent State Golden Flashes Dix Stadium Kent, Ohio 25,319 1969
Miami RedHawks Yager Stadium (Miami University) Oxford, Ohio 24,286 1983
Northern Illinois Huskies Huskie Stadium DeKalb, Illinois 24,000 1965
Ohio Bobcats Peden Stadium Athens, Ohio 27,000 1929
Toledo Rockets Glass Bowl Toledo, Ohio 26,038 1937
Western Michigan Broncos Waldo Stadium Kalamazoo, Michigan 30,200 1939

Mountain West Conference

Team Name City Capacity Opened
Air Force Falcons Falcon Stadium Colorado Springs, Colorado 46,692 1962
Boise State Broncos Albertsons Stadium Boise, Idaho 36,387 1970
Colorado State Rams Canvas Stadium Fort Collins, Colorado 41,000 2017
Fresno State Bulldogs Bulldog Stadium Fresno, California 40,727 1980
Nevada Wolf Pack Mackay Stadium Reno, Nevada 27,000 1966
New Mexico Lobos Dreamstyle Stadium Albuquerque, New Mexico 39,224 1960
San Diego State Aztecs San Diego Stadium San Diego, California 70,561 1967
San Jose State Spartans CEFCU Stadium San Jose, California 21,520 1933
Utah State Aggies Maverik Stadium Logan, Utah 25,100 1969
Wyoming Cowboys War Memorial Stadium (Laramie, Wyoming) Laramie, Wyoming 29,181 1950

Pac-12 Conference

Team Name City Capacity Opened
Reser Stadium Corvallis, Oregon 43,154 1953
Arizona State Sun Devils Sun Devil Stadium Tempe, Arizona 56,634 1958
Arizona Wildcats Arizona Stadium Tucson, Arizona 50,782 1929
California Golden Bears California Memorial Stadium Berkeley, California 62,467 1923
Colorado Buffaloes Folsom Field Boulder, Colorado 26,000 1924
Oregon Ducks Autzen Stadium Eugene, Oregon 54,000 1967
Stanford Cardinal Stanford Stadium Palo Alto, California 50,424 1921
UCLA Bruins Rose Bowl (stadium) Los Angeles, California 92,542 1922
USC Trojans Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum Los Angeles, California 77,500 1923
Utah Utes Rice–Eccles Stadium Salt Lake City, Utah 45,807 1998
Washington Huskies Husky Stadium Seattle, Washington 70,083 1920
Washington State Cougars Martin Stadium Pullman, Washington 32,952 1972

Southeastern Conference

Team Name City Capacity Opened
Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium Fayetteville, Arkansas 76,212 1938
Vanderbilt Stadium Nashville, Tennessee 40,550 1922
Ben Hill Griffin Stadium Gainesville, Florida 88,548 1930
Alabama Crimson Tide Bryant–Denny Stadium Tuscaloosa, Alabama 100,077 1929
Auburn Tigers Jordan–Hare Stadium Auburn, Alabama 87,451 1939
Georgia Bulldogs Sanford Stadium Athens, Georgia 92,746 1929
Kentucky Wildcats Kroger Field Lexington, Kentucky 61,000 1973
LSU Tigers Tiger Stadium Baton Rouge, Louisiana 102,321 1924
Mississippi State Bulldogs Davis Wade Stadium Starkville, Mississippi 61,337 1914
Missouri Tigers Faurot Field Columbia, Missouri 61,620 1926
Ole Miss Rebels Vaught–Hemingway Stadium Oxford, Mississippi 64,038 1915
South Carolina Gamecocks Williams–Brice Stadium Columbia, South Carolina 17,600 1934
Tennessee Volunteers Neyland Stadium Knoxville, Tennessee 102,455 1921
Texas A&M Aggies Kyle Field College Station, Texas 102,733 1927

Sun Belt Conference

Team Name City Capacity Opened
Center Parc Stadium Atlanta, Georgia 24,333 2017
Appalachian State Mountaineers Kidd Brewer Stadium Boone, North Carolina 30,000 1962
Arkansas State Red Wolves Centennial Bank Stadium Jonesboro, Arkansas 16,343 1974
Coastal Carolina Chanticleers Brooks Stadium Conway, South Carolina 21,000 2003
Georgia Southern Eagles Paulson Stadium Statesboro, Georgia 25,000 1984
Louisiana Ragin' Cajuns Cajun Field Lafayette, Louisiana 41,264 1971
Louisiana–Monroe Warhawks JPS Field at Malone Stadium Monroe, Louisiana 27,617 1978
South Alabama Jaguars Hancock Whitney Stadium Mobile, Alabama 25,450 2020
Texas State Bobcats Bobcat Stadium (Texas State) San Marcos, Texas 30,008 1981
Troy Trojans Veterans Memorial Stadium (Troy University) Troy, Alabama 30,420 1950
UT Arlington Mavericks Maverick Stadium Arlington, Texas 12,500 1980