Reynolds Razorback Stadium is the University of Arkansas Razorbacks home football stadium.
The stadium has served as the Home of the Razorbacks since its establishment in 1938.
The playing field in the stadium is named the Frank Broyles Field, honoring former Arkansas head football coach and athletic director Frank Broyles.
The capacity of Razorback Stadium is currently 72,000 that can be increased with temporary bleacher seats to 80,000.
The Hogs also play two home games a year at War Memorial Stadium in Little Rock. War Memorial Stadium has a capacity of 54,120 and was opened in 1947.
The stadium has hosted over 200 Razorbacks football games over the years and will continue far into the future.