SEC football stadiums by capacity

With the news of Kyle Field looking to finally get a facelift and capacity expanded to 102,000, how does a 100,000-plus expansion stack up against current SEC stadium sizes?

Tennessee’s Neyland Stadium still seats the most with 102,455. Alabama’s Bryant-Denny Stadium is right behind Neyland with a capacity of 101,821.

LSU is also planning an expansion to get to the capacity of 100,000, and the SEC will have four stadiums that seat 100,000-plus in a few years.

All projected numbers have an expansion and/or facelift planned in the future. A Kentucky house bill approved bonding for a Commonwealth Stadium renovation of $110 million in February, but I haven’t seen any projected numbers for seating capacity yet.

TennesseeNeyland Stadium102,455NA
AlabamaBryant-Denny Stadium101,821NA
GeorgiaSanford Stadium92,746NA
LSUTiger Stadium92,400100,000
FloridaBen Hill Griffin Stadium88,548NA
AuburnJordan-Hare Stadium87,451NA
Texas A&MKyle Field82,589102,500
S. CarolinaWilliams-Brice Stadium80,250NA
ArkansasDonald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium72,00080,000
MissouriFaurot Field71,00977,000
KentuckyCommonwealth Stadium67,692NA
Ole MissVaught-Hemingway Stadium60,580NA
Miss StateDavid Wade Stadium55,08261,337
VanderbiltVanderbilt Stadium40,350NA