The famous chant of "O-H-I-O" by the Buckeye fans usually starts with the students in the South Stands. The South end screams 'O' then the East stands to follow with 'H', the North with 'I' and it goes on echoing till the start of the play.
It is the largest stadium in Ohio regarding capacity, the third largest football stadium in the United States, and also the fourth largest non-racing stadium in the world.
Ohio Stadium is an American international football stadium in Columbus, located at the Ohio State University, in the Ohio city of United States. It serves as the home venue of the Ohio State Buckeyes football team and the Ohio State University Marching Band. The stadium also served as the home venue for various OSU track and field teams from 1923 to 2001. In addition to sports, it has also hosted numerous concerts and musical events. Permanent field lights were added to the stadium in 2014. The stadium was opened in 1922 at the site of Ohio Field (former field) with a seating capacity of 66,210 spectators. In 1923, cinder athletics track was added to the arena. As of 2017, the arena has a seating capacity of around 104,944 spectators.
English-Irish pop boy band "One Direction" performed here on 18th August 2015.
The stadium hosted the significant match of International Champions Cup between Paris Saint-Germain and Real Madrid in 2016. The match was witnessed by 86,641 fans which is the highest recorded attendance for a soccer match at the stadium.
The stadium also serves as the venue of the Ohio State University’s fest every year.
On 22nd of March 1974, the Ohio Stadium was added to the "National Register of Historic Places" by the National Park Service.
English rock band "Pink Floyd" performed here in 1988.
The arena is famous for its historical night football matches with its record seating capacity.