1. Beaver Stadium (Penn State Nittany Lions)
Beaver Stadium in Happy Valley tops the list with the a perfect 5/5 star rating. Famous for their "white out" games and "WE ARE" chants, this stadium holds over 106,000 people and dates back to 1909.
If you can't make it to the stadium, take a tour on Google Maps.
"Rockin' crowds and carnival atmosphere made for some unforgettable times. In terms of amenities its actually quite bare (at least for students), but that is what I liked about it...not full of distractions, just the game. Defines central PA like nothing else." - Andy S.
"I have been to plenty of NFL, MLB NBA and various pro sporting events and various different college games... playoff and regular season.. Nothing comes remotely close to Beaver Stadium." - Ryan W.
"WE ARE!!! PENN STATE!!! You may have heard the rally cheer before, but until you've heard it screamed back and forth among the 110,000+ students, alumni and fans in Beaver Stadium during a sold-out game against one of their biggest rivals (OSU), you really can't fully appreciate what it means." - Benjamin M.
2. Camp Randall Stadium (Wisconsin Badgers)
Camp Randall also makes the list with a perfect Yelp rating. When full, Camp Randall becomes the 5th largest city in the state of Wisconsin. If you get the chance to attend a game, be sure to wear shoes that are comfortable for jumping around.
"For the real experience of Badgers football, pig out at Mickies Dairy Bar (across the street) pregame - disregard health and eat their pancakes, scrambler or corned beef hash to satisfy any food needs before observing/participating in Badgers football." - Adam M.
"Participate in the tradition of jumping up and down to the song 'Jump Around.' When this happens you can actually feel the stadium moving (which is crazy to think about when it is a concrete structure)." - James C.
3. Michigan Stadium (Michigan Wolverines)
Michigan Stadium, also known as The Big House, is the largest stadium in North America and can hold over 115,000 thousand fans. They've set attendance records for college football and soccer games, and hosted hockey games and presidential speeches. This stadium is not for you if you don't like crowds -- every game since 1975 has been attended by over 100,000 fans.
"My parents have had season tickets for 39 years. Best place to watch college football amongst 110,000 of your closest friends. The. End." - Lisa A.
"Even at a lackluster game, you can feel the school spirit enveloping you from every direction. It feels like the person seated next to you might actually bleed maize and blue, as they claim. It's crazy, it's loud, it's fun -- even for a girl that doesn't really like football, at least not on the same level as basketball." - Jessica W.
"Tons of affordable t-shirts and sweatshirts so you don't get beaten up for not wearing maize & blue." - Aimee K.
4. Ohio Stadium (Ohio State Buckeyes)
Also known as 'The Horseshoe' or 'The Shoe', Ohio Stadium is home to the current CFP National Champions. It's tradition for fans to spell out their home state during games, so pay attention to what letter your section is assigned. The sounds of "O-H-I-O" sometimes lasts for 10 minutes.
"Football Saturday at The 'Shoe is epic and iconic. There's lots of space around the stadium for fans to mill around together and work up a frenzy waiting for the Drum Major to touch his plume on the backbend, and to hear the band play Hang On Sloopy when we get ahead by 4 touchdowns." - Robert P.
"Also, make sure you are in your seat at least 30 minutes before kickoff to see the bands entrance. That is almost as good as the game itself." - Tony D.
5. Memorial Stadium (Nebraska Cornhuskers)
Rounding out our list is Memorial Stadium in Lincoln, home to the Nebraska Cornhuskers. This stadium is also known as the Sea of Red because of the fans wearing their team's signature color during games. The stadium has sold out an impressive 340 consecutive games, which is the current NCAA record.
"The stadium itself has been sold out for 50 years. Heck, because fans have had their tickets so long, some sections have become like small towns and game day has become a Saturday breakfast at the diner. Everybody knows each other and tries to catch up on all the gossip." - Charley B.
"I'm a Michigan alum & I've gone to many football games in the Big House but it doesn't compare to a game in Memorial Stadium. This place is like a party with 90,000 of your closest friends." - Shimmy G