The FCS is home to stadiums of all kinds — from old to new, big to small and from FBS-looking to D3-looking.
Let’s take a look at some of these facilities and which 15 are the biggest.
15. Fitton Field (Holy Cross)
14. Burgess-Snow Field at JSU Stadium (Jacksonville State)
13. Bridgeforth Stadium (James Madison)
12. Washington-Grizzly Stadium (Montana)
11. Bragg Memorial Stadium (Florida A&M)
10. Schoellkopf Field (Cornell)
9. New ASU Stadium (Alabama State)
8. Powers Field @ Princeton Stadium (Princeton)
7. A. W. Mumford Stadium (Southern)
6. William “Dick” Price Stadium (Norfolk State)
5. Harvard Stadium (Harvard)
4. Mississippi Veterans Memorial Stadium (Jackson State)
3. Franklin Field (Penn)
2. Yale Bowl (Yale)
*1. Nissan Stadium (Tennessee State)
*Tennessee State plays two home games a year at Nissan Stadium, home of the NFL’s Tennessee Titans. From 1999-2011, TSU played every home game here. Starting in 2012, the Tigers split their home games between Nissan Stadium and Hale Stadium, a 15,000-seat facility on campus that the football team returned to after playing its home games there until 1999.