Big Ten stadiums are gearing up for another strong season of college football. Along the way, many memories will be made while fans try to set an intense home environment for opposing teams.

Heading into the season provides an interesting time to look at the capacity for each venue. In 2022, the B1G will be home to 3 stadiums with 6-figure capacities.

Leading the way is Michigan Stadium – “the Big House” – for the Wolverines in Ann Arbor. That capacity tops 107,000 fans

Beaver Stadium and Ohio Stadium – also known as the Horseshoe – are the other venues north of 100,000. Here is the full list of B1G stadiums ranked by capacity:

  • Michigan Stadium (Michigan) – 107,601
  • Beaver Stadium (Penn State) – 106,572
  • Ohio Stadium (Ohio State) – 102,780
  • Memorial Stadium (Nebraska) – 85,458
  • Camp Randall Stadium (Wisconsin) – 80,321
  • Spartan Stadium (Michigan State) – 75,005
  • Kinnick Stadium (Iowa) – 69,250
  • Memorial Stadium (Illinois) – 60,670
  • Ross-Ade Stadium (Purdue) – 57,282
  • Memorial Stadium (Indiana) – 52,656
  • SHI Stadium (Rutgers) – 52,454
  • Maryland Stadium (Maryland) – 51,802
  • Hungtington Bank Stadium (Minnesota) – 50,850
  • Ryan Field (Northwestern) – 47,130