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 largest professional football stadium?

Cowboys Field, the home of the Dallas Cowboys, is the largest National Football League stadium in 2010. When seating is expanded, it can hold 111,000 fans. This beats out FedEx field, the home of t... Read More »

What is the largest football stadium in america?

As of May 2008, the biggest football stadium in America is Michigan Stadium in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Home to the Wolverines, it has a capacity of 107,000. Beaver Stadium in Pennsylvania comes in a c... Read More »

What is the largest football stadium in the world?

RÅ­ngrado May Day football (soccer) stadium of North Korea holds the world's record of housing 150,000 seats. In terms of American football, Michigan Stadium did house the most spectators with a ca... Read More »

Which school has the largest stadium in college football?

Penn State University's Beaver Stadium is the largest in college football with 107,282 seats. Although built in 1960, it has been expanded seven times. Ticket prices for a football game at the stad... Read More »