There are three categories of College Football stadiums. 1) Built specifically for a college team. 2) Built for a NFL team and shared with a college team. 3) Built and owned by a municipality but is primarily used by a college team.
1) Carrier Dome, 42, 262, Syracuse University, Syracuse, New York (used exclusively by Syracuse University)
3) Alamodome, 65,000, University of Texas San Antonio, San Antonio, Texas (shared with the NCAA Alamo Dome Bowl game)
Western State Colorado University in Gunnison at 7750 ft Adams State University in Alamosa Colorado is second at 7544 ft
Sanford Stadium (Georgia)
Indira Gandhi Indoor Stadium in New Delhi
Between 70 and 75 degrees F
6700 for Hockey or Indoor Football. 7000+ for Concerts.
In college you can play: Indoor Soccer Indoor Handball Indoor Swimming Indoor Floor Hockey Ice Hockey Basketball Football Baseball Golf Indoor Tennis Indoor Volleyball Dodgeball (Intramural) Dance Team Cross-Country
Cameron Indoor Stadium was created in 1940.
Singapore Indoor Stadium was created in 1989.
The same way as outdoors. But inside the ball has a bit more bounce.
Han Chiang Indoor Stadium , 1966(renovated in 2007)
Ford Field is an indoor football field located in Detroit, Mich.
May be Lakshmi Bai National College of Physical Education , Gwalior