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What stadium in NFL history has the most seats?


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2007-08-27 04:12:22
2007-08-27 04:12:22

The Cardinals' stadium is the biggest stadium in the NFL, and it holds the most seats. ----

Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, where the Rams and Raiders used to play, had a seating capacity of 92,000. There are several college stadiums that have capacities over 100,000. The Washington Redskins stadium is currently the largest.

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