Azteca stadium, MexicoThe Salt Lake "soccer" stadium in Kolkata, India (Calcutta) seats 120,000 people. The largest "American football" stadium is smaller than that.
That depends on what particular football league you are referring to; NFL or NCAA. If you are wondering about the largest stadium in the NFL, the answer would be the New Meadowlands Stadium. It has a capacity of 82,566 and is the home of the New York Jets and Giants. If you are wanting to know the largest of NCAA football, and the overall largest football stadium in the US, the answer to your question would be... (drum roll)... Michigan Stadium, with a capacity of 109,901, it is the stadium for the University of Michigan, home of the Wolverines.
The Rungrado May Day stadium is the largest soccer stadium in the world.
Great Strahov Stadium is the largest stadium in the world with a capacity of 240000 seats
The largest stadium in Spain is the Santiago Bernabaue in Madrid, it is Real Madrids stadium.
Old Trafford Stadium!
The Louisiana Superdome. - New Orleans, LA EDIT: The largest football stadium in the US is now Cowboys stadium in Dallas, TX
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In a football stadium in Texas.
The largest football stadium in the United States is Michigan Stadium in Ann Arbor. It holds 109,901 people. The largest NFL stadium is MetLife Stadium in New Jersey. It holds 82,556.