The ACC has some really big stadiums but the conference totals are dragged down by some pretty small stadiums at the end of this list.
Check out the 14 photos in the slideshow if you want to see what each ACC stadium looks like.
ACC college footballs stadiums in 2014 ranked by capacity
1. Doak Campbell Stadium - 82,300
The largest capacity stadium in the ACC in 2014 is Doak Campbell Stadium, the home of the Florida State Seminoles in Tallahassee, Florida, which has a capacity of 82,300. That's a big stadium, but Doak Campbell Stadium does quite make the list of the 10 largest stadiums in college football in 2014.
2. Memorial Stadium - 81,500
Not far behind Doak Campbell is Memorial Stadium, the home of the Clemson Tigers in Clemson, South Carolina. Nicknamed Death Valley, Memorial Stadium is one tough place to play for road teams.
3. Sun Life Stadium - 75,504
Sun Life Stadium is the home of the Miami Hurricanes in Miami Gardens, Florida. The Miami Dolphins also call the stadium home.
4. Lane Stadium - 66,233
Lane Stadium is the home of the Virginia Tech Hokies in Blacksburg, Virginia.
5. Heinz Field - 65,050
Herinz Field is the home of the Pitt Panthers (and the Pittsburgh Steelers of the NFL) in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
6. Kenan Memorial Stadium - 62,980
Home of the North Carolina Tar Heels in Chapel Hill, North Carolina.
7. Scott Stadium - 61,500
Home of the Virginia Cavaliers in Charlottesville, Virginia.
8. Carter-Finley Stadium - 57,583
Home of the North Carolina State Wolfpack in Raleigh, North Carolina.
9. Papa John's Cardinal Stadium - 56,000
Home of the Louisville Cardinals in Louisville, Kentucky.
10. Bobby Dodd Stadium - 55,000
Home of the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets in Atlanta, Georgia.
11. Carrier Dome - 49,250
Home of the Syracuse Orange in Syracuse, New York.
12. Alumni Stadium - 44,500
Home of the Boston College Eagles in Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts.
13. Wallace Wade Stadium - 33,941
Home of the Duke Blue Devils in Durham, North Carolina.
14. BB&T Field - 31,500
Home of the Wake Forest Deamon Deacons in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.