You asked: Why are NFL stadiums smaller than college?

Are college or NFL stadiums bigger?

Several college football stadiums have seating capacities greater than NFL stadiums, with AT&T Stadium, home of the Dallas Cowboys in Arlington, Texas, leading the way with a standing-room capacity of 105,000. … (The stadium typically seats about 80,000.)

Are NFL field goals smaller than college?

Speaking of kickers and goalposts, the college game uses wider goalposts than the NFL. NCAA goalposts are 23′ 4″ apart compared to 18′ 4″ in the NFL. The wider goalposts in college help offset the greater angles caused by the wider hash-marks.

Is a NFL football bigger than high school?

Although high school, college and pro footballs have similar specifications, a pro football is a little larger than a college ball. We invite you to continue browsing our blog and website to learn more about official size footballs.

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