What is the smallest stadium in the SEC?

Vanderbilt (28,044) The Commodores have the smallest stadium in the SEC (capacity: 39,730), but came close to filling it only once, when Tennessee came to town for the regular-season finale.

What is the smallest SEC football stadium?

College football: The Power 5’s smallest stadiums

  • Capacity: 31, 500. Wallace Wade Stadium (Duke)
  • Capacity: 33,941. Martin Stadium (Washington State)
  • Capacity: 35,117. Vanderbilt Stadium (Vanderbilt)
  • Capacity: 40,550. Alumni Stadium (Boston College)
  • Capacity: 44,500.
  • Capacity: 45,000.
  • Capacity: 45,017.
  • Capacity: 45,674.

What is the smallest college stadium?

the Kibbie Dome
At 16,000, the Kibbie Dome is by far the smallest football stadium among the Bowl Subdivision.

What is the biggest stadium in SEC?

Texas A&M
In 2019, Texas A&M has the largest SEC football stadium by capacity, as the Aggies claim 102,733 capacity….Ranking the SEC stadiums by capacity for 2019.

Team Stadium 2019 Capacity
Texas A&M Kyle Field 102,733
Tennessee Neyland Stadium 102,455
LSU Tiger Stadium 102,321
Alabama Bryant-Denny Stadium 101,821

Who has the biggest stadium in the SEC football?

Texas A&M has the largest football stadium by capacity in the SEC. Its listed capacity is 102,733, but its largest listed capacity came in 2014 against Ole Miss when 110,631 fans packed the house. The Aggies, Razorbacks and Rebels renovated and expanded their stadiums recently.

What football stadium holds the most fans?

Michigan Stadium

Rank Stadium Capacity
1 Michigan Stadium 107,601
2 Beaver Stadium 106,572
3 Ohio Stadium 102,780
4 Kyle Field 102,733