List of NCAA Division I FCS football stadiums

The following is a list of current National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division I Football Championship Subdivision (formerly Division I-AA) football stadiums in the United States.

Conference affiliations reflect those for the upcoming 2020 season.

Current stadiumsEdit

Image Stadium City State Team Conference Capacity Record[c 1] Built Expanded[c 2]
  A. W. Mumford Stadium Baton Rouge Louisiana Southern Jaguars SWAC 28,500 32,000+ 1928 1980, 2009
  Alerus Center Grand Forks North Dakota North Dakota Fighting Hawks MVFC 12,283[1] 2001[1]
  Alex G. Spanos Stadium San Luis Obispo California Cal Poly Mustangs Big Sky 11,075[2] 2006[2]
  Alfond Stadium Orono Maine Maine Black Bears CAA 10,000[3] 10,443
(October 15, 2016 vs. Albany)[3]
1947 1998[3]
  Alumni Memorial Field Lexington Virginia VMI Keydets Southern 10,000[4] 1962[4] 2006[4]
Alumni Stadium Dover Delaware Delaware State Hornets MEAC 7,000 1980
Andy Kerr Stadium Hamilton New York Colgate Raiders Patriot 10,221[5] 1966 1991
  Anthony Field at Wildcat Stadium[6] Abilene Texas Abilene Christian Wildcats Southland 12,000 2017
  Armstrong Stadium Hampton Virginia Hampton Pirates Big South 12,000[7] 1928[7] 1999[7]
  Arthur J. Rooney Athletic Field Pittsburgh Pennsylvania Duquesne Dukes Northeast 2,200[8] 1993[9] 2011[9]
Arute Field New Britain Connecticut Central Connecticut Blue Devils Northeast 5,500 1969
Bailey Memorial Stadium Clinton South Carolina Presbyterian Blue Hose Independent (2020)
(Pioneer in 2021)
6,500[10] 2002[10]
Barker–Lane Stadium Buies Creek North Carolina Campbell Fighting Camels Big South 5,000 2008
  BBVA Stadium Houston Texas Texas Southern Tigers SWAC 22,039 2012
  BB&T Stadium Greensboro North Carolina North Carolina A&T Aggies MEAC
(Big South in 2021)
21,500 34,769 1981
  Beirne Stadium Smithfield Rhode Island Bryant Bulldogs Northeast 4,400[11] 1999[11]
Bethpage Federal Credit Union Stadium Brookville New York LIU Sharks[c 3] Northeast 6,000[13] 2014[14] 2019[13]
  Bob Ford Field Albany New York Albany Great Danes CAA[15] 8,500 2013 N/A
  Bobcat Stadium Bozeman Montana Montana State Bobcats Big Sky 17,777[16] 1973 2011[16]
  Bowers Stadium Huntsville Texas Sam Houston State Bearkats Southland 14,000[17] 16,148
(October 24, 1994 vs. Alcorn State)[17]
1986[17] 1986
  Bragg Memorial Stadium Tallahassee Florida Florida A&M Rattlers MEAC
(SWAC in 2021)
25,500 33,954 1957
  Braly Municipal Stadium Florence Alabama North Alabama Lions Big South 14,215 1945 (?) 1998
  Bridgeforth Stadium Harrisonburg Virginia James Madison Dukes CAA 24,878[18] 26,049
(October 24, 2015 vs. Richmond)
1975[18] 2011[18]
Brown Field Valparaiso Indiana Valparaiso Crusaders Pioneer 5,000[19] 1919[19]
  Brown Stadium Providence Rhode Island Brown Bears Ivy 20,000[20] 1925[20]
Buccaneer Field North Charleston South Carolina Charleston Southern Buccaneers Big South 4,000 1970
  Bud and Jackie Sellick Bowl Indianapolis Indiana Butler Bulldogs Pioneer 5,500[21] 1928[21] 2010[22]
Campus Field Fairfield Connecticut Sacred Heart Pioneers Northeast 4,000 1993
  Christy Mathewson–Memorial Stadium Lewisburg Pennsylvania Bucknell Bison Patriot 13,100[23] 1924[23] 1989[23]
  Coffey Field The Bronx New York Fordham Rams Patriot 7,000 1930
  Cooper Field Washington, D.C. District of Columbia Georgetown Hoyas Patriot 1,800[24] 2005 [c 4]
  Cowboy Stadium Lake Charles Louisiana McNeese State Cowboys Southland 17,410[25] 27,500
(1976 vs. Louisiana-Lafayette)[26]
1965[25] 1998[25]
  DakotaDome Vermillion South Dakota South Dakota Coyotes Missouri Valley 10,000[27] 1979[27] 2007[27]
Dana J. Dykhouse Stadium Brookings South Dakota South Dakota State Jackrabbits Missouri Valley 19,340[28] 19,371
(October 26, 2019 vs. North Dakota State)
2016[28]
  DeGol Field Loretto Pennsylvania Saint Francis Red Flash Northeast 3,500 2006
  Delaware Stadium Newark Delaware Delaware Fightin' Blue Hens CAA 18,309[29] 23,619
(October 27. 1973 vs. Temple)[29]
1952[29]
  Drake Stadium Des Moines Iowa Drake Bulldogs Pioneer 14,557[30] 1925 2005[30]
Duane Stadium North Andover Massachusetts Merrimack Warriors Northeast 3,500 2017[31]
  E. Claiborne Robins Stadium Richmond Virginia Richmond Spiders CAA 8,400 2010
E. J. Whitmire Stadium Cullowhee North Carolina Western Carolina Catamounts Southern 13,742 15,247
(November 12, 1994 vs. Appalachian State)
1974[32]
  Eccles Coliseum Cedar City Utah Southern Utah Thunderbirds Big Sky 8,500[33] 1967 1997[33]
  Eddie Robinson Stadium Grambling Louisiana Grambling State Tigers SWAC 19,600 1983
Ernest W. Spangler Stadium Boiling Springs North Carolina Gardner–Webb Runnin' Bulldogs Big South 8,500 1969
  Estes Stadium Conway Arkansas Central Arkansas Bears Southland 10,000 12,755
(September 1, 2011 vs. Henderson State)[34]
1939 2012[35]
  Fargodome Fargo North Dakota North Dakota State Bison Missouri Valley 19,000[36] 19,108
(October 12, 2013 vs. Missouri State)
1992
  Finley Stadium Chattanooga Tennessee Chattanooga Mocs Southern 20,668[37] 1997[37]
  Fisher Stadium Easton Pennsylvania Lafayette Leopards Patriot 13,132[38] 1926[38]
  Fifth Third Bank Stadium Kennesaw Georgia Kennesaw State Owls Big South 8,318 2010 N/A
  Fitton Field Worcester Massachusetts Holy Cross Crusaders Patriot 23,500[39] 27,000[39] 1924[39] 1986[39]
Fortera Stadium Clarksville Tennessee Austin Peay Governors Ohio Valley 10,000[40] 1946[40] 2014[41]
  Franklin Field Philadelphia Pennsylvania Penn Quakers Ivy 52,593[42] 1895[42]
  Gayle and Tom Benson Stadium San Antonio Texas Incarnate Word Cardinals Southland 6,000[43] 6,498
(November 17, 2016 vs. Houston Baptist)[44]
2008 2010
  Gibbs Stadium Spartanburg South Carolina Wofford Terriers Southern 13,000 1996[45]
Golden Lion Stadium Pine Bluff Arkansas Arkansas–Pine Bluff Golden Lions SWAC 16,000 2000
  Goodman Stadium Bethlehem Pennsylvania Lehigh Mountain Hawks Patriot 16,000[46] 1988
  Graham Stadium Martin Tennessee UT Martin Skyhawks Ohio Valley 8,000[47] 1964
Greater Zion Stadium St. George Utah Dixie State Trailblazers Independent 10,000 1985[48] 2018[49]
  Hancock Stadium Normal Illinois Illinois State Redbirds Missouri Valley 13,391[50] 1963[50]
  Hanson Field Macomb Illinois Western Illinois Leathernecks Missouri Valley 16,368[51] 19,850
(October 20, 1973 vs. Central Michigan)[51]
1950[51] 2007[51]
  Harry Turpin Stadium Natchitoches Louisiana Northwestern State Demons Southland 15,971[52] 17,528
(September 2, 2000 vs. Southern)[52]
1976
  Harvard Stadium Boston Massachusetts Harvard Crimson Ivy 30,323[53] 1903[53] 2007[53]
  Hillsboro Stadium Portland Oregon Portland State Vikings Big Sky 7,600[54] 1999[54] 2000
  Holt Arena Pocatello Idaho Idaho State Bengals Big Sky 12,000[55] 1970[55]
  Homer Bryce Stadium Nacogdoches Texas Stephen F. Austin Lumberjacks Southland 15,000 23,617[56]
(October 28, 1995 vs. McNeese State)
1973 2003
  Hornet Stadium Sacramento California Sacramento State Hornets Big Sky 21,195[57] 20,993
(September 18, 1999 vs. UC Davis)[57]
1969[57] 1992[57]
Houck Stadium Cape Girardeau Missouri Southeast Missouri State Redhawks Ohio Valley 11,015 1930[58]
  Hughes Stadium Baltimore Maryland Morgan State Bears MEAC 10,000 1949
  Husky Stadium[59] Houston Texas Houston Baptist Huskies Southland 5,000[60] 4,125
(September 10, 2016 vs. Texas Southern)
2014[61] N/A
Jack Spinks Stadium Lorman Mississippi Alcorn State Braves SWAC 22,500[62] 26,500
(October 22, 1994 vs. Southern)[62]
1992[62]
  Jayne Stadium Morehead Kentucky Morehead State Eagles Pioneer 10,000[63] 1964[63]
  Joe Walton Stadium Moon Township Pennsylvania Robert Morris Colonials Independent
(Big South in 2021)
3,000[64] 2005[64]
  Johnny Unitas Stadium Towson Maryland Towson Tigers CAA 11,000[65] 1978 2002[65]
  Johnson Hagood Stadium Charleston South Carolina The Citadel Bulldogs Southern 13,800[66] 23,025
(October 17, 1992 vs. Marshall)[66]
1948[66] 2008[66]
  JSU Stadium Jacksonville Alabama Jacksonville State Gamecocks Ohio Valley 24,000[67] 23,944
(9-23-2017 vs. Liberty)
1947[67] 2010[67]
  Kenneth P. LaValle Stadium Stony Brook New York Stony Brook Seawolves CAA 12,300[68] 2002[68]
  Kibbie Dome Moscow Idaho Idaho Vandals Big Sky 16,000 17,600
(November 18, 1989 vs. Boise State)
1975 N/A
Kessler Field West Long Branch New Jersey Monmouth Hawks Big South 4,000[69] 6,233
(1993 vs. Hartwick)[69]
1993[69]
  Lawrence A. Wien Stadium Manhattan New York Columbia Lions Ivy 17,000[70] 1984[70]
  Leonidoff Field Poughkeepsie New York Marist Red Foxes Pioneer 5,000[71] 1968[71] 2007[71]
  Louis Crews Stadium Huntsville Alabama Alabama A&M Bulldogs SWAC 21,000 1996
  Manning Field at John L. Guidry Stadium Thibodaux Louisiana Nicholls Colonels Southland 10,500 14,125
(October 10, 1981 vs. Southern)[72]
1972 2012
  Meade Stadium Kingston Rhode Island Rhode Island Rams CAA 5,180[73] 1928[73] 2003[73]
  Memorial Field Hanover New Hampshire Dartmouth Big Green Ivy 15,000[74] 1923[74]
  Memorial Stadium Terre Haute Indiana Indiana State Sycamores Missouri Valley 12,464 1925
Memorial Stadium Stephenville Texas Tarleton State Texans Independent 9,000 1951[75] 2018[75]
  Mississippi Veterans Memorial Stadium Jackson Mississippi Jackson State Tigers SWAC 60,492 1941[76]
  Five Star Stadium at the Moye Complex[77] Macon Georgia Mercer Bears Southern 10,200 2013 N/A
  Municipal Stadium Daytona Beach Florida Bethune–Cookman Wildcats MEAC
(SWAC in 2021)
10,000 1979
  New ASU Stadium Montgomery Alabama Alabama State Hornets SWAC 26,500 2012 N/A
  Nissan Stadium Nashville Tennessee Tennessee State Tigers Ohio Valley 68,798 1999
Nottingham Field Greeley Colorado Northern Colorado Bears Big Sky 8,533[78] 1995
O’Brien Field Charleston Illinois Eastern Illinois Panthers Ohio Valley 10,000[79] 12,600 (November 9, 1980 vs. Northern Iowa) 1970[79] 1999[79]
  O'Kelly–Riddick Stadium Durham North Carolina North Carolina Central Eagles MEAC 10,000[80] 1975
  Oliver C. Dawson Stadium Orangeburg South Carolina South Carolina State Bulldogs MEAC 22,000[81] 25,477 1955
  Paladin Stadium Greenville South Carolina Furman Paladins Southern 16,000[82] 19,058
(October 10, 1981 vs. Appalachian State)[82]
1981[82] 1985[82]
  Panther Stadium Prairie View Texas Prairie View A&M Panthers SWAC 15,000 2016[83]
  Robert W. Plaster Stadium Springfield Missouri Missouri State Bears Missouri Valley 17,500[84] 1941[85] 2014[86]
  Princeton Stadium Princeton New Jersey Princeton Tigers Ivy 27,800[87] 1998
  Provost Umphrey Stadium Beaumont Texas Lamar Cardinals Southland 16,000[88] 18,500
(September 13, 1980 vs. Baylor)[89]
1964 2009–2010[90][91][92]
  Rhodes Stadium Elon North Carolina Elon Phoenix CAA 11,250 14,167
(November 14, 2009 vs. Appalachian State)
2001
  Rice–Totten Stadium Itta Bena Mississippi Mississippi Valley State Delta Devils SWAC 10,000 1958
  Richardson Stadium Davidson North Carolina Davidson Wildcats Pioneer 6,000[93] 1923[93] 1998[93]
  Roos Field Cheney Washington Eastern Washington Eagles Big Sky 8,600[94] 1967[94]
  Roy Kidd Stadium Richmond Kentucky Eastern Kentucky Colonels Ohio Valley 20,000[95] 1969[95]
  Roy Stewart Stadium Murray Kentucky Murray State Racers Ohio Valley 16,800[96] 1973[96]
  Saluki Stadium Carbondale Illinois Southern Illinois Salukis Missouri Valley 15,276 2010
  Schoellkopf Field Ithaca New York Cornell Big Red Ivy 21,500[97] 1915[97] 2006[97]
  Seibert Stadium Homewood Alabama Samford Bulldogs Southern 6,700[98] 11,189
(1994 vs. Alcorn State)[98]
1958[98]
Spec Martin Municipal Stadium DeLand Florida Stetson Hatters Pioneer 6,000 1941
  Stambaugh Stadium Youngstown Ohio Youngstown State Penguins Missouri Valley 20,650[99] 21,119
(October 14, 2000 vs. Northern Iowa)
1982[99]
Stewart Stadium Ogden Utah Weber State Wildcats Big Sky 17,000[100] 1966[100]
  Strawberry Stadium Hammond Louisiana Southeastern Louisiana Lions Southland 7,408 12,000
(October 3, 1980 vs. Jackson State)[101]
1936 2008[102]
  Torero Stadium San Diego California San Diego Toreros Pioneer 6,000 1961
  Tucker Stadium Cookeville Tennessee Tennessee Tech Golden Eagles Ohio Valley 16,500 1966
  UC Davis Health Stadium Davis California UC Davis Aggies Big Sky 10,849 2007
  UNI-Dome Cedar Falls Iowa Northern Iowa Panthers Missouri Valley 16,000[103] 1976[103] 1998[103]
Villanova Stadium Villanova Pennsylvania Villanova Wildcats CAA 12,500[104] 1927[104]
Wagner College Stadium Staten Island New York Wagner Seahawks Northeast 3,300[105] 1967[105]
  Walkup Skydome Flagstaff Arizona Northern Arizona Lumberjacks Big Sky 15,300[106] 1977[106]
  Washington–Grizzly Stadium Missoula Montana Montana Grizzlies Big Sky 25,200[107] 26,472
(August 29, 2015 vs. North Dakota State)[107]
1986[107] 1995, 2003, 2008[107]
  Welcome Stadium Dayton Ohio Dayton Flyers Pioneer 11,000[108] 1949[108] 1974[108]
  Wildcat Stadium Durham New Hampshire New Hampshire Wildcats CAA 11,015 1936 2016
  William "Dick" Price Stadium Norfolk Virginia Norfolk State Spartans MEAC 30,000[109] 33,872 1997[109]
  William B. Greene Jr. Stadium Johnson City Tennessee East Tennessee State Buccaneers Southern 7,694 2017
  William H. Greene Stadium Washington, D.C. District of Columbia Howard Bison MEAC 10,000 1986
  Yale Bowl New Haven Connecticut Yale Bulldogs Ivy 61,446[110] 1914[110]
  Zable Stadium Williamsburg Virginia William & Mary Tribe CAA 12,259[111] 18,054
(November 16, 1985 vs. Richmond)[111]
1935[111] 2016[112]
Notes
  1. ^ Largest football crowd. Larger attendance records may exist for other configurations of the stadium.
  2. ^ Year of most recent completed stadium expansion/major upgrade.
  3. ^ After the 2018–19 school year, Long Island University unified the athletic programs of its two campuses. The Division I non-football LIU Brooklyn Blackbirds and Division II football-sponsoring LIU Post Pioneers became a single D-I program under the LIU name. The Post football program was included in the merger and represents the whole of LIU from 2019 onward.[12]
  4. ^ Construction halted 2005; the stadium has never been completed.

There are 6 domes, all of which have installed FieldTurf.

Future stadiumsEdit

This list includes the following:

  • Stadiums of current FCS teams that are either under construction or confirmed to be built in the future.
  • Stadiums that will be used by teams confirmed to be either adding or upgrading/downgrading to FCS football in the future. This includes existing venues as well as those under construction or confirmed to be built.
Stadium City State Team Conference Capacity Record[f 1] Built[f 2] Expanded[f 3]
O'Shaughnessy Stadium Saint Paul Minnesota St. Thomas Tommies Pioneer (2021) 5,000 1947[113]
Notes
  1. ^ Largest football crowd. Larger attendance records may exist for other configurations of the stadium.
  2. ^ Year originally opened.
  3. ^ Year of most recently completed stadium expansion/major upgrade.

See alsoEdit

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