These stadiums are going to be rocking in College Football 25

In college football, home-field advantage can be everything, and that's no different in the upcoming EA Sports College Football 25 game that is set to come out in mid-July. Some stadiums will force players with lower composure to miss plays, see incorrect routes, and much more. So, here are the top 25 toughest places to play in College Football 25, as confirmed by the game's developers.

The top 10 features some iconic college football destinations (Image via EA Sports)
The top 10 features some iconic college football destinations (Image via EA Sports)

College Football top 25 toughest places to play

In a June 25 blog post, EA Sports devs confirmed what the top 25 toughest places to play would be in College Football 25. Below are their rankings, per the official post.

  1. Kyle Field - Texas A&M
  2. Bryant-Denny Stadium - Alabama
  3. Tiger Stadium - LSU
  4. Ohio Stadium - Ohio State
  5. Sanford Stadium - Georgia
  6. Beaver Stadium - Penn State
  7. Camp Randall Stadium - Wisconsin
  8. Gaylord Family Oklahoma Memorial Stadium - Oklahoma
  9. Doak S. Campbell Stadium - Florida State
  10. Ben Hill Griffin Stadium - Florida
  11. Autzen Stadium - Oregon
  12. Memorial Stadium - Clemson
  13. Neyland Stadium - Tennessee
  14. Jordan-Hare Stadium - Auburn
  15. Williams-Brice Stadium - South Carolina
  16. Michigan Stadium - Michigan
  17. Lane Stadium - Virginia Tech
  18. Rice-Eccles Stadium - Utah
  19. Darrell K. Royal - Texas Memorial Stadium - Texas
  20. Kinnick Stadium - Iowa
  21. Notre Dame Stadium - Notre Dame
  22. Spartan Stadium - Michigan State
  23. Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium - Arkansas
  24. Albertsons Stadium - Boise State
  25. Davis Wade Stadium - Mississippi State

According to the release, "The Development Team worked to compile a list of the Top 25 Toughest Places to Play, factoring in historical stats such as home winning %, home game attendance, active home winning streaks, team prestige, and more."

This means that playing away games at these fields is going to be seriously tough, especially for larger underdogs. However, devs also did note that these rankings could change, perhaps if a team builds a savvy new stadium that attracts a larger fanbase. This is something we could see for a school like Colorado in the coming years, if they maintain their trajectory.

Today's announcement is just the first in a week of deep dives from the dev team, so make sure and stay tuned here at as we continue to provide all of the coverage!