8. San Angelo Stadium in San Angelo – 17,500 capacity

Stuck out in the middle of three different interstates, the isolation of the town of San Angelo may cause you to mistake it for a small town, but small it is not. The city is home to almost 100,000 residents and three high schools, all of which call the San Angelo Stadium home. The stadium was built in 1956 and was one of the first horseshoe shaped stadiums built in Texas. Photos of San Angelo Stadium once hung in the Museum of Modern Art in New York City as an ideal example of what was considered modern engineering at the time.

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8. San Angelo Stadium in San Angelo – 17,500 capacity