Michigan's 109,901 seat "Big House" is the largest college stadium and the largest football stadium (NFL and college) in the United States.
The rest of the Top 10 are:
Bhopal is among the biggest indoor stadiums in Madhya Pradesh.
the biggest NFL stadiums are the dallas cowboys and the Houston Texans.
Wembley Stadium 90,000 London, England is first
Wembley old trafford and celtic park
d1 is much more competitive, better players, bigger stadiums, bigger colleges, etc.
There are over 113 stadiums for professional sports in Mexico:46 Football (soccer) stadiums27 Baseball stadiums16 auto racing stadiums9 American Football stadiums9 Bullfighting stadiums6 Multi-purpose stadiums
yes they did have stadiums
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In famous and large stadiums (Superdome, Florida Stadiums, and So Cal stadiums).
Stadiums is a plural noun.
I am unsure of all the stadium names as there are plenty however one of the biggest and greatest of all times is Lords.
small stadiums are around 20,000 while larger stadiums can house 40,000
Hampden Park is Scotland's national stadium. It is located in Glasgow, Scotland and is one of the biggest and busiest stadiums in the world.
There are 96 official football stadiums in Spain. Apart from these, there are many other unofficial and small stadiums.
The World Cup will be hosted in 10 stadiums.
The two biggest are the University of Arizona and Arizona State
there are 20 stadiums with natural grass left
it depends... football, a certain team, baseball, or all the stadiums in the world?
A minimum of eight stadiums are needed.
Arsenal has had 2 stadiums, Highbury Stadium and Emirates Stadium
no they should not. sports stadiums are made the size they are for a reason
No, they are both open air stadiums.
The Christ of Redeemer...one of the most famous man made land marks in the world Maracana Stadium...... one of the biggest stadiums in the world