Ranking each Pac-12 stadium by capacity entering 2023
In college football, home field advantage is one of the biggest factors over the course of a long season. Screaming fans fill up legendary venues in hopes of impacting their team for the better and causing distractions for opposing teams.
The Pac-12 boasts some legendary venues, from the Rose Bowl to Husky Stadium. While most of these stadiums don’t compare in size to some B1G and SEC stadiums, like Michigan’s Big House or Texas A&M’s Kyle Field, they are still beloved by fans for good reason.
UCLA has the best home field advantage far and away, with almost 15,000 more seats than the second biggest stadium, but there are plenty of Pac-12 fans that would argue their stadiums boast louder, rowdier fans.
Here’s a ranking of each Pac-12 stadium by capacity heading into the 2023 campaign.
- Rose Bowl, UCLA: 92,542
- Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, USC: 77,500
- Husky Stadium, Washington: 70,083
- California Memorial Stadium, California: 63,000
- Autzen Stadium, Oregon: 54,000
- Mountain America Stadium, Arizona: 53,599
- Rice-Eccles Stadium, Utah: 51,444
- Arizona Stadium, Arizona: 50,800
- Stanford Stadium, Stanford: 50,424
- Folsom Field, Colorado: 50,183
- Reser Stadium, Oregon State: 35,548
- Martin Stadium, Washington State: 32,952
This list is set to change soon with 8 teams leaving the conference over the course of the next few years.