1. Heinz Field (Pittsburgh Panthers)



Heinz Field, home to the Pittsburgh Panthers as well as the Steelers, tops our list of stadiums with a 4.5/5 star rating. The Stadium is made up of 2,000 tons of steel and sits along the Ohio River, and only uses natural grass instead of turf. 

 "Do not go to Pittsburgh and miss out on the tour of Heinz Field. For $7 you really can't go wrong and the 90 minute tour does not disappoint."  - Rocky R. 
"Day of game was awesome...pleasant staff!  Stadium is HUGE and beautiful!!!  Loved seeing the walk of fame and all the other awards along the stadium in cases.  Good location, easy to find, plenty of parking!  Sat in section 529 which yes, was up high, but still a perfect view of the field!  Can't wait to return!!!!"  - Kelly W.

2. Bobby Dodd Stadium at Grant Field (Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets)

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Bobby Dodd Stadium opened in 1913, making it one of the oldest college football stadiums in the country. The playing area is named Grant Field, and the surrounding stadium was named Bobby Dodd Stadium in 1988 after their former head coach and athletic director. The stadium is known for it's beautiful view of the Atlanta skyline, and also the food choices (they have a Chick-fil-A!). 

"Nice skyline backdrop, 55k seats with not a bad view in the house, unique food choices (i.e. Chick-fil-a, Zaxby's and Mexican), usually good football, well maintained field, good history and tradition."  - David F. 
"Game day at Bobby Dodd is downright pleasant.  Happy, cordial, respectful fans, clean bathrooms, decent concessions, and an intimate stadium with fabulous views of downtown and midtown helped make this an experience I could see repeating."  - Kristin B.  

3. Carter-Finley Stadium (NC State Wolfpack)

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Carter- Finley opened in 1966, and since then has continued to grow and improve with more seating and new jumbotrons. Their season tickets have sold out for nine straight seasons. Not only is the stadium remarkable, but so is the tailgating outside - something NC State football games are known for. 

"It was so energetic and fun, and the stadium was really nice--Jumbotron screens, we had great seats, (lucky enough to have the ones with the butt cushions and backs to them.) Their marching band is awesome, there's tons of stadium snacks and beverages."  - Psalm S. 
"...before any game the parking lots are filled with students and adult fans alike who are fully enjoying their alcoholic beverages. If you're a tailgater, you probably know that Carter-Finley is certainly well-known in that aspect."  - Brad G. 

4. Papa Johns Cardinal Stadium (Louisville Cardinals)

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Papa John's Cardinals Stadium is the youngest stadium of the bunch, having opened in 1998. Many are thankful for the booze and beer available for purchase inside the stadium, and everyone is thankful for the seats with back support. In terms of food, I hear they have Papa John's pizza.

"The entire stadium is seats rather than backless metal benches so everyone's back says thank you to whoever made that decision."  - David H.
"The fans on both sides were great. One of the best parts was beer was only $6 instead of the usual $9 I am used to."  -
"It is fairly clean (as best as they can manage), and it seems they try and improve this place every year. For instance, in the women's room, they now have official University of Louisville soap dispensers, and they're the automatic type so no germs from the thousands of people who congregate here. I notice these "special touches" Papa and I for one appreciate them."  - Julie G. 

5. BB&T Field (Wake Forest Demon Deacons)

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BB&T Stadium, home of the Wake Forest Demon Deacons, rounds out our list at #5. It's the smallest stadium in the ACC, with a capacity of 31,500 (awww). On a nice day, grab berm seating on Deacon Hill, located along the south endzone. 

"This place is pretty legit. Down at one end they have a massive scoreboard, complete with very impressive HD screen that would put some NFL stadiums to shame, while along both sides there are plenty of very comfy seats. Even the structure itself is quite nice looking, with a brick veneer that gives it that classic look, while not looking too dated."  -Chad E.
"The stadium itself is REALLY nice! They have a variety of seating options: seats, bleachers and lawn." - Sara G.