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  2. List of stadiums by capacity - Wikipedia

    Only stadiums with a capacity of 40,000 or more are included in this list. Stadiums that are defunct or closed, or those that no longer serve as competitive sports venues (such as Great Strahov Stadium, which was the largest in the world and held around 220,000 spectators), are not included.

  3. Lists of stadiums - Wikipedia

    The following are lists of stadiums throughout the world. Note that horse racing and motorsport venues are not included, because those are not stadiums but sports venues . Contents 1 Combined lists 2 By region and country 3 By region and capacity 4 By sport 5 See also 6 External links Combined lists [ edit] List of sports attendance figures

  4. List of U.S. stadiums by capacity - Wikipedia

    All U.S. stadiums with a current capacity of 18,000 or more are included in the list. The majority of these stadiums are used for American football, either in college football or the NFL. Most of the others are Major League Baseball ballparks or Major League Soccer stadiums.

  5. List of future stadiums - Wikipedia

    The following is a list of stadiums that are either proposed or under construction, with "stadium" defined as a venue that can accommodate sports traditionally held outdoors. The list does not include indoor arenas under construction, some of which can be found at List of indoor arenas by capacity.

  6. List of current National Football League stadiums - Wikipedia

    Map of current stadiums [ edit] Acrisure Stadium Allegiant Stadium Arrowhead Stadium AT&T Stadium Bank of America Stadium Caesars Superdome Empower Field at Mile High FedEx Field FirstEnergy Stadium Ford Field Gillette Stadium Hard Rock Stadium Highmark Stadium Lambeau Field Levi's Stadium Lincoln Financial Field Lucas Oil Stadium Lumen Field

  7. List of NCAA Division I FBS football stadiums - Wikipedia

    This is a list of stadiums that currently serve as the home venue for Football Bowl Subdivision college football teams. These include most of the largest stadiums in the United States . Conference affiliations reflect those in the current 2022 season . Contents 1 Current stadiums 2 Future stadiums 3 See also 4 Notes 5 References 6 External links

  8. List of current Major League Baseball stadiums - Wikipedia

    1 Stadiums 1.1 Future and proposed ballparks 2 Notes 3 See also 4 References 5 Further reading 6 External links Stadiums [ edit] American Family Field Angel Stadium Busch Stadium Chase Field Citizens Bank Park Citi Field Comerica Park Coors Field Dodger Stadium Fenway Park Globe Life Field Great American Ball Park Guaranteed Rate Field