What is the largest NFL football stadium?

Answer As of April 2010, FedExField in Washington, D.C., has the largest permanent capacity of any NFL football stadium. Home to the Washington Redskins, with 91,704 seats, FedExField will be overtaken in... Read More »

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What is the oldest football stadium?

Franklin Field in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, was deemed by the NCAA as the oldest stadium still operating for football games. The stadium, which is the home of the University of Pennsylvania colle... Read More »

What is the oldest NFL football stadium?

The oldest current NFL football stadium is Lambeau Field in Green Bay, Wis. The field is home to the Green Bay Packers and was opened in 1957. The oldest defunct football stadium is Fenway Park in ... Read More »

What is the biggest football stadium?

As of 2008, Penn State's Beaver Stadium is the largest football stadium in the United States. The stadium seats 107,282 spectators. The University of Michigan stadium is second with capacity of 106... Read More »

What is the size of a football stadium?

Football stadiums vary in size, but the largest are stadiums for the National Football League and major colleges and universities. Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas, is 3 million square feet, wit... Read More »