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These High School Football Stadiums in Georgia Are Massive

In Georgia, high school football is a religion and the stadiums built for the game are monuments to Friday nights.

On Saturdays, fan loyalties may go to the Bulldogs, Yellow Jackets or another team, but on Friday, everybody in Elbert County is a Blue Devil, while all Valdosta High students and alumni are Wildcats.

Because of that loyalty, it’s no surprise Georgia has some of the largest high school football stadiums in the nation. In fact, if Georgia’s largest high school football stadium was placed in Alaska, Maine, New Hampshire, South Dakota or Vermont, it would be the largest stadium in those respected states.

Whether students are training for the season in the summer, playing on Friday nights in the fall or playing for state titles in winter, people will be seated at stadiums throughout the state, ready to cheer on their community.

Here are the 10 largest high school football stadiums in the Peach State.

High School Football Stadiums that missed the cut:

There are several gigantic stadiums used for high school football in Georgia. Here are three that barely missed the Top 10.

  • Lakewood Stadium – Atlanta Public Schools (10,500)
  • Mack Tharpe Stadium – Colquitt County High (10,000)
  • Chris Gilman Stadium – Camden County High (10,000)

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These High School Football Stadiums in Georgia Are Massive