Giants stadium has the second most seating capacity
Arrowhead Stadium has a seating capacity of 76,416 seats. That is for both NFL and MLS sports teams.
The capacity of Alltel stadium is 49,455. It is one of the smallest stadiums in the NFL.
MetLife Stadium, Giants and Jets. Seats 82,566 people.
For NFL Football games, the largest capacity stadium is FedEx Field in Landover, MD with a capacity of 85,000. The next four in order are MetLife Stadium, Lambeau Field, AT and T Stadium, and Arrowhead Stadium. AT and T stadium has an expanded capacity of 105,000.
The biggest football stadium in the NCAA is Michigan Stadium, Ann Arbor, MI. It is home to the Michigan Wolverines. The stadium has a seating capacity of 107,601. The biggest stadium in the NFL is the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, the temporary home of the LA Rams. It has a seating capacity of 93,607. The Rams will move to a new stadium in 2020. It's currently under construction. The largest stadium in the NFL that is a permanent home to a NFL franchise is Met Life Stadium, in East Rutherford, NJ. Met Life is home to the New York Giants and the New York Jets. It has a seating capacity of 82,500.
AT&T Stadium is where the Dallas Cowboys play. The stadium seats 80,000 people. It's NFL's fourth largest stadium in terms of seating capacity.
As of the 2008 season, that would be the Washington Redskins and FedEx Field. Seating capacity is 91,704.
In general, a hockey arena holds about 20, 000 seats (at the NHL level) whereas an NFL stadium is capable of holding much more than that. The smallest NFL stadium (by seating capacity) is Soldier Field in Chicago, with 61, 500 seats. The largest is FedExField in Washingtion, D.C. It's capacity is 91, 704 seats.