- Address: Phillip Fulmer Way, Knoxville
- Country: United States
- Capacity: 102,000
- Opened: 24 September 1921
- Main use: American football
- Tenants: Tennessee Volunteers (American football)
Extra stadium info – Neyland Stadium
The Neyland Stadium became one of the largest sports venues by capacity in the United States. It opened with an American football match, which was won by the Tennessee Volunteers. The stadium is named after Robert Neyland, a former American football coach of the Tennessee Volunteers. It became a venue for several events, like American football, concerts, political events and religious gatherings. The Neyland Stadium, which was expanded several times, was known as the Shields-Watkins Field between 1921 and 1962.
The stadium’s record attendance was set in 2004, when 109,000 people showed up for an American football match between the Tennessee Volunteers and the Florida Gators. The home side won the match 30-28. The American football team of the Tennessee Volunteers moved to the stadium in 1921. It became one of the first college sports teams with 100,000 followers on its main social media page. The American football team of the Tennessee Volunteers won numerous conference titles.