Fans influence the outcome of games in sports, and there’s no clearer evidence of this phenomenon than in college football.
Every Saturday, hundreds of thousands of fans throng stadiums across the country in the hope that their cheering will help a team win.
For Clemson, fan engagement on game day has been a huge part of the team’s success. With the help of thousands of screaming fans, the Tigers have won their last 34 games at Memorial Stadium, dating back to November 12, 2016, when Clemson lost to Pittsburgh.
There are 14 football stadiums in total in the ACC, one for each team. Seven of the 14 can hold 60,000 or more fans, while two also host NFL teams on Sundays.
Just like an army, there is strength in numbers for a fanbase, so here each football stadium in the ACC is ranked by spectator capacity.
14. Truist Field, Wachwald
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13. Wallace Wade Stadium, Duke
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12. Alumni Stadium, Boston College
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11. JMA Wireless Dome (formerly Carrier Dome), Syracuse
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10. Kenan Memorial Stadium, North Carolina
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9. Bobby Dodd Stadium, Georgia Tech
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8. Carter Finley Stadium, State of North Carolina
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7. Cardinal Stadium, Louisville
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6. Scott Stadium, Virginia
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5. Hard Rock Stadium, Miami
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4th Lane Stadium, Virginia Tech
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3.Heinz Field, Pittsburgh
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2. Doak Campbell Stadium, Florida State
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1. Memorial Stadium, Clemson
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