Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium is an American football stadium in Fayetteville, Arkansas and serves as the home field of the University of Arkansas Razorbacks football team since its opening in 1938. The stadium was formerly known as Razorback Stadium since 1941 before being renamed in 2001 in honor of Donald W. Reynolds, an American businessman and philanthropist. The playing field in the stadium is named the Frank Broyles Field, honoring former Arkansas head football coach and athletic director Frank Broyles.
Razorback Stadium increased the seating capacity from 51,000 to 72,000 (with an option to expand capacity to 80,000 with temporary bleacher seating) during the 2000-2001 renovations. The stadium also features a 30 by 107 feet SmartVision LED display, which was then the largest video board at any sports venue in the World.