Snapdragon Stadium Capacity 2023


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How many people does Snapdragon Stadium hold?

Snapdragon Stadium Capacity

As of 2023, Snapdragon Stadium capacity for concerts, football, soccer and other seated events is 35,000.

Capacity Details

The stadium capacity includes 2,900 standing seats. The capacity has the ability to expand for larger events (e.g. Concert Capacity, future NFL football?)

San Diego Stadium Capacity

Here is how Snapdragon stacks up to other large venues in San Diego.
  • The former Qualcomm Stadium: Capacity: 70,561
  • Petco Park: 42,445
  • Viejas Arena: 12,414
  • Pachenga Arena (San Diego Sports Arena): 16,100
  • Cal Coast Credit Union Open Air Theatre: 6,000

NCAA Football Stadium Capacity

Here is how the SDSU stadium lines up against other college football venues, particularly NCAA Mountain West Conference Football.
  • Air Force (Falcon Stadium) — Capacity: 46,692
  • Boise State (Albertsons Stadium) — Capacity: 36,387
  • Colorado State (Canvas Stadium) — Capacity: 41,000
  • Fresno State (Valley Children's Stadium) — Capacity: 40,727
  • Hawaiʻi (Clarence T. C. Ching Athletics Complex[a]) — Capacity: 9,000
  • Nevada (Mackay Stadium) — Capacity: 27,000
  • New Mexico (University Stadium) — Capacity: 39,224
  • San Diego State (Snapdragon Stadium) — Capacity: 35,000
  • San Jose State (CEFCU Stadium) — Capacity: 21,520
  • UNLV (Allegiant Stadium) — Capacity: 65,000
  • Utah State (Maverik Stadium) — Capacity: 25,513
  • Wyoming (War Memorial Stadium) — Capacity: 30,514
Top Ten
  1. Michigan — Michigan Stadium (Ann Arbor, Mich.) — Capacity: 107,601
  2. Penn State — Beaver Stadium (University Park, Pa.) — Capacity: 106,572
  3. Ohio State — Ohio Stadium (Columbus, Ohio) — Capacity: 102,780
  4. Texas A&M — Kyle Field (College Station, Texas) — Capacity: 102,733
  5. LSU Tiger Stadium — (Baton Rouge, La.) — Capacity: 102,321
  6. Tennessee — Neyland Stadium (Knoxville, Tenn.) — Capacity: 101,915
  7. Alabama — Bryant-Denny Stadium (Tuscaloosa, Ala.) — Capacity: 101,821
  8. Texas — Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium (Austin, Texas) — Capacity: 100,119
  9. Georgia — Sanford Stadium (Athens, Ga.) — Capacity: 92,746
  10. UCLA — Rose Bowl (Pasadena, Calif.) — Capacity: 91,136

Soccer Stadium Capacity

Snapdragon is home to the NWSL San Diego Wave and San Diego FC coming to the MLS in 2025. Here are some well-known soccer stadiums for comparison. NWSL
  • Angel City FC (BMO Stadium) — Capacity: 22,000
  • Chicago Red Stars (SeatGeek Stadium) — Capacity: 20,000
  • Houston Dash (Shell Energy Stadium) — Capacity: 7,000
  • Kansas City Current (Children's Mercy Park) — Capacity: 18,467
  • NJ/NY Gotham FC (Red Bull Arena) — Capacity: 25,000
  • North Carolina Courage (WakeMed Soccer Park) — Capacity: 10,000
  • OL Reign (Lumen Field) — Capacity: 10,000
  • Orlando Pride (Exploria Stadium) — Capacity: 25,500
  • Portland Thorns FC (Providence Park) — Capacity: 25,218
  • Racing Louisville FC (Lynn Family Stadium) — Capacity: 11,700
  • San Diego Wave FC (Snapdragon Stadium) — Capacity: 32,000
  • Washington Spirit (Audi Field) — Capacity: 20,000
MLS
  • Minnesota United FC (Allianz Field) - Saint Paul, Minnesota - Capacity: 19,400
  • Real Salt Lake (America First Field) - Sandy, Utah - Capacity: 20,213
  • D.C. United (Audi Field) - Washington, D.C. - Capacity: 20,000
  • Charlotte FC (Bank of America Stadium) - Charlotte, North Carolina - Capacity: 38,000
  • Vancouver Whitecaps FC (BC Place) - Vancouver, British Columbia - Capacity: 22,120
  • Toronto FC (BMO Field) - Toronto, Ontario - Capacity: 28,351
  • Los Angeles FC (BMO Stadium) - Los Angeles, California - Capacity: 22,000
  • Sporting Kansas City (Children's Mercy Park) - Kansas City, Kansas - Capacity: 18,467
  • St. Louis City SC (Citypark) - St. Louis, Missouri - Capacity: 22,500
  • Colorado Rapids (Dick's Sporting Goods Park) - Commerce City, Colorado - Capacity: 18,061
  • Los Angeles Galaxy (Dignity Health Sports Park) - Carson, California - Capacity: 27,000
  • Inter Miami CF (DRV PNK Stadium) - Fort Lauderdale, Florida - Capacity: 21,000
  • Orlando City SC (Exploria Stadium) - Orlando, Florida - Capacity: 25,500
  • New England Revolution (Gillette Stadium) - Foxborough, Massachusetts - Capacity: 20,000
  • Nashville SC (Geodis Park) - Nashville, Tennessee - Capacity: 30,000
  • Columbus Crew (Lower.com Field) - Columbus, Ohio - Capacity: 20,371
  • Seattle Sounders FC (Lumen Field) - Seattle, Washington - Capacity: 37,722
  • Atlanta United FC (Mercedes-Benz Stadium) - Atlanta, Georgia - Capacity: 42,500
  • San Jose Earthquakes (PayPal Park) - San Jose, California - Capacity: 18,000
  • Portland Timbers (Providence Park) - Portland, Oregon - Capacity: 25,218
  • Austin FC (Q2 Stadium) - Austin, Texas - Capacity: 20,738
  • New York Red Bulls (Red Bull Arena) - Harrison, New Jersey - Capacity: 25,000
  • CF Montréal (Saputo Stadium) - Montreal, Quebec - Capacity: 19,619
  • Houston Dynamo FC (Shell Energy Stadium) - Houston, Texas - Capacity: 22,039
  • Chicago Fire FC (Soldier Field) - Chicago, Illinois - Capacity: 24,955
  • Philadelphia Union (Subaru Park) - Chester, Pennsylvania - Capacity: 18,500
  • FC Dallas (Toyota Stadium) - Frisco, Texas - Capacity: 19,096
  • FC Cincinnati (TQL Stadium) - Cincinnati, Ohio - Capacity: 26,000
  • New York City FC (Yankee Stadium) - Bronx, New York - Capacity: 30,321
Worldwide
  • Camp Nou (FC Barcelona) — Capacity: 99,354
  • Santiago Bernabéu (Real Madrid) — Capacity: 81,044
  • Old Trafford (Manchester United) — Capacity: 74,140
  • Anfield (Liverpool) — Capacity: 54,074
  • San Siro (Inter Milan and AC Milan) — Capacity: 75,923
  • Emirates Stadium (Arsenal) — Capacity: 60,704
  • Allianz Arena (FC Bayern Munich) — Capacity: 75,000
  • Parc des Princes (Paris Saint-Germain) — Capacity: 48,712
  • Signal Iduna Park (Borussia Dortmund) — Capacity: 81,365
  • Wembley Stadium (England National Team) — Capacity: 90,000
  • Estadio Santiago Bernabéu (Real Madrid) — Capacity: 81,044
  • Stamford Bridge (Chelsea) — Capacity: 40,834

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