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The Largest and Smallest Stadiums


The Largest and Smallest Stadiums




The Largest Stadiums by Capacity



Michigan Stadium

Michigan Stadium

Michigan Stadium, also known as The Big House, is the football stadium of the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, Michigan. It is the largest stadium in the United States and the Western Hemisphere, the third largest stadium in the world, and the 34th largest athletic venue in the world. Its official capacity is 107,601, but it has over 115,000 spectators.



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Stadium of Beaver

The Stadium which is named as Beaver Stadium is a specific football stadium which is on the locality of Pennsylvania State University campus in University Park, Pennsylvania. This Stadium is the destination to the Penn State Nittany Lions of the Big Conference since in the era mentioned as 1960 although portions of the stadium date from 1909.It was also the starting point of the university until 1984. The stadium, like its predecessors, is named for James A. Beaver 1837 to 1914, Governor of Pennsylvania 1887 to 1991, chairman of the university board of trustees and originally from nearby Millerstown. Officially, the stadium is part of the College Township, Pennsylvania borough, although its address is University Park.


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Ohio Stadium

Ohio Stadium is an American based stadium football on its State where University campus is situated in Columbus which is of Ohio. It serves primarily as the home stadium of the Ohio State Buckeyes football team and is also the site of the university's spring celebrations each May. The Common names for the stadium are named as The Horseshoe the Shoe and the other one is called as The House That Harley Built. Since 2000, the stadium has undergone incremental renovations and expansions, removing the ice rink and by adding and increasing the seating capacity to the ratio of about 101,568 in 2001 and 102,329 in 2007. Further seats were added in the gate area in 2014, bringing the capacity officially to 104,944.


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Kyle Field

Kyle Field is an American football stadium on the campus of Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas, United States. It has been home to the Texas A&M Aggies football team in its basic form since 1904 and as a permanent concrete stadium since 1927. With a seating capacity of 102,733 as of 2021, it is the largest in the Southeastern Conference and the fourth largest stadium in the NCAA, the fourth largest stadium in the United States and the sixth largest non-racing stadium in the world and the largest in Texas. The attendance of was the highest attendance at a football game in Texas and SEC history.



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Tiger Stadium

Tiger Stadium is an outdoor stadium in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, on the campus of Louisiana State University. The Tiger Stadium is the stadium of the LSU Tigers football team. In the era of 1924 the games were played in its home destinations which are at its State Field which was situated on old campus of LCU and that is in downtown Baton Rouge. Renovations and expansion work have increased the stadium's current capacity to 102,321, making it the third-largest stadium in the Southeastern Conference (SEC), the sixth-largest stadium in the NCAA, and the eighth-largest stadium in the world.


The Smallest Stadiums by Capacity



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Ahmed Zabana Stadium

The stadium was established in the era mentioned as 1955 by the Mayor named as Henri Fouques Duparc in the location of El Hamri neighborhood of Oran and then it was known as Lyautey. The stadium started its journey on the date of May 5 1957 and it had a capacity of forty thousand spectators by making it the largest stadium in Africa at the time. After Algeria regained its independence, it was renamed the Municipal Stadium. After being renamed Stade du 19 June 1965 to commemorate Ahmed Ben Bella's military coup that day by Houari Boumediene.



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The Complex of Metalist Oblast Sports

Regional Sports Complex Metalist, which includes Metalist Stadium, is a multi-purpose stadium in Kharkov Ukraine.It is mainly used for football matches and is the home stadium of FC Metalist 1925 Kharkiv. The stadium that hosted Euro 2012 currently has a capacity of 40,003 spectators. After the financial collapse of FC Metalist Kharkiv in May 2016, professional football temporarily disappeared from the stadium. In August 2016, Metalist 1925 Kharkiv made the stadium their home ground. Shakhtar Donetsk followed in February 2017.



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Estadio George Capwell

The Stadium of Estadio Banco is a multi-purpose stadium in Guayaquil which belongs to Ecuador. It is now mainly used for football matches and is Emelec's home stadium. After this club won the title of Serie A in the era of 2013 and it was announced that the Estadio George Capwell stadium would be completely remodeled to accommodate 40,000 fans. The rehabilitation work started in June 2014 and was completed in December 2016. In its first league season Emelecs expanded stadium attracted spectators, averaging 22,407. It will be the highest average in the league, followed by Barcelona SC.



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Miloud Hadefi Stadium

Miloud Hadefi Stadium, officially Miloud Hadefi which is called as Stadion, is a multipurpose stadium in Belgaid, a suburb of Bir El Djir in Oran, Algeria. It was completed in 2019 and is mainly used for soccer games. It can accommodate 40,143 people. The value of the construction works of the stadium was approximately 142.3 million dollars it is an Olympic stadium with an athletics track and is part of the Miloud Hadefi Olympic Complex, which surpasses the Mohamed Boudiaf Olympic complex in Algiers and is the first major complex in Algeria also the first fully covered stadium in Algeria.



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Petco Park

The baseball field is located between 7th and 10th streets south of J Street. The park opened in 2004, replacing Qualcomm Stadium as the Padres home stadium. The south side of the stadium is bounded by the San Diego Trolley rails along the north side of Harbor Drive, serving the adjacent San Diego Convention Center.