Stadium Drone Photography
Check out our Stadium Drone Photography collection below
Dodger Stadium Drone Photo
Opened on April 10, 1962 Dodger Stadium is the home of the Los Angeles Dodgers. One of the most iconic baseball stadiums in the United States. Dodger Stadium has been renovated several times to increase the capacity. Year in and Year out the LA Dodgers have the highest attendance in MLB.
Michigan Stadium Drone Photo
Opened on October 1, 1927 Michigan Stadium is the home to the University of Michigan Football team. The stadium has an official capacity of 107,601 people but has hosted events over 115,000. Michigan Stadium will also be a host stadium for the 2026 FIFA World Cup.
Lucas Oil Stadium Drone Photo
Opened on August 16, 2008 Lucas Oil Stadium is the home to the Indianapolis Colts of the National Football League. The stadium replaced the old RCA Dome and has a retractable roof depending on the weather conditions. The Lucas Oil Stadium is also home to the BIg Ten Football Championship Game every year.
Notre Dame Stadium Drone Photo
Opened on October 4, 1930 Notre Dame Stadium is the home to the University of Notre Dame Football Team. The stadium was designed after the Michigan Stadium on a smaller scale. Original Capacity was 54,000 but the stadium has under gone several renovations to increase seating capacity to 77,622.
Mercedes-Benz Stadium Drone Photo
Opened on August 26, 2017 Mercedes-Benz Stadium is home to the Atlanta Falcons of the National Football League and Atlanta United FC of Major League Soccer. The total cost of the stadium was over $1.6 billion. Mercedes-Benz Stadium hosted Super Bowl LIII when the New England Patriots beat the Los Angeles Rams.
Bryant-Denny Stadium Drone Photo
Opened on September 28, 1929 Bryant-Denny Stadium is home to the Alabama Crimson Tide Football team. Seating capacity was on 18,000 when originally constructed but now stands at 101,821 and is the 7th largest stadium in the United States.
War Memorial Stadium Drone Photo
Opened on September 18, 1948 War Memorial Stadium is the secondary home to the University of Arkansas Football team.
Jack Trice Stadium Drone Photo
Opened on September 20, 1975 Jack Trice Stadium is home to the Iowa State Football Team. In 1997 the facility was renamed Jack Trice Stadium, making it the only one in Division I FBS named for an African American individual.
Sun Devil Stadium Drone Photo
Opened on October 4, 1958 Sun Devil Stadium is home to the Arizona State Football Team. It was also home to the Arizona Hotshots of the disbanded Alliance of American Football League. Pope John Paul II visited Phoenix on September 14, 1987 and held Mass for 75,000 at Sun Devil Stadium.
Ford Field Drone Photo
Opened on August 24, 2002 Ford Field is home to the Detroit Lions of the National Football League. Record attendance is 80,103 for WestleMania 23. It is also home to the NCAA Football Quick Lane Bowl every year.
Kroger Field Drone Photo
Opened on September 15, 1973 Kroger Field is home to the University of Kentucky Football team. Kroger Field was previously named Commonwealth Stadium from 1973 to 2017 when Kroger bought the naming rights.
BBVA Compass Stadium Drone Photo
Opened on May 12, 2012 BBVA Compass Stadium is home to the Houston Dynamo of Major League Soccer and Houston Dash of the National Womens Soccer League. In 2011 BBVA Compass boughtthe naming rights for $20 million.
Cheney Stadium Drone Photo
AT&T Field Drone Photo
Opened on April 16, 1960 AT&T Field is home to the Minor League Baseball team Chattanooga Lookouts.
Jarry Park Stadium Drone Photo
Opened on August 1960 Jarry Park Stadium is a tennis stadium in Montreal. The stadium was formerly home to the Montreal Expos until 1976 Olympic Stadium was constructed.