10 Largest Soccer Stadiums in United States

Football or often called soccer is the passion of almost all the American people. Over 13 million Americans are passionate in playing soccer in the United States. It is the third most popular team sport of USA. The popularity of soccer in America has been growing since 1960s. The soccer is mostly referred to as American Football. Millions of soccer fans are present in USA who loves the soccer. They enjoy the soccer by watching the soccer game and also by playing.

There are numerous soccer stadiums in USA that allows more than 30,000 people to be seated in them and to enjoy the game. Mentioned below are the top 10 biggest soccer stadiums in USA that are big in regards to their capacity. Check the list below.

10. Sanford Stadium

Sanford Stadium

Sanford Stadium is located in the city of Georgia. The stadium was completed in the year of 2003 with the complete expanses of $25 million. The stadium has the capacity of almost 92,746 people to be seated. The stadium is named after the Chancellor of the University of Georgia. This stadium ranks number 10th in the biggest Soccer stadiums of USA. It is the 18th largest stadium of the world.

9. Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum

Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum

It is large outdoor sports stadium located in the city of Los Angeles. It is the largest footballstadium in the Pacific-12. It is located next to Los Angeles Sports Arena. This is the first stadium to have hosted the Olympic Games twice. The capacity of 93,607 seats is present in the stadium.

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8. Darrell K Royal–Texas Memorial Stadium

Darrell K Royal–Texas Memorial Stadium

Formerly it is known as the War Memorial Stadium. It is the 8th famous and the one of the biggest stadium of the US. It is located in the city of Austin. It has been the home to the University of Texas, Austin since the year of 1924. The seating capacity of this stadium is 100,119.

7. Bryant–Denny Stadium

Bryant–Denny Stadium

The stadium is located in the city of Alabama, USA. The stadium is the second largest in the Southeastern Conference and the 7thlargest stadium in the US. The stadium was founded in 1929 and was named after the president of the school. It is the 7th largest stadium of USA as the seating capacity of this stadium is 101,821.

6. Tiger Stadium (LSU)

Tiger Stadium (LSU)

It is commonly known as the Death Valley. It is an outdoor stadium located in Louisiana.it was opened with the total capacity of 12,000 in 1924, later the expansions has extended the capacity to 102,321, making it the third largest stadium in SEC and ninth largest soccer stadium in the world.

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