NFL stadiums are some of the most amazing human constructions of the world. These well-designed venues have captured the eyes of millions catering to their entertainment requirements, providing them comfort every year during the on-field performances. Even when the performances are not there, these structures have attracted visitors from various countries. Die Hard football fans love visiting this current NFL stadium. Not all NFL stadiums are created equal.
Listed below is the top 10 Greatest NFL Stadiums in the world –
Lambeau Field Stadium
It is the oldest continually operating NFL stadium that is suited in the north-central United States, located in Green Bay, Wisconsin. It opened in 1957 as City Stadium to become the home field of the Green Bay Packers of the National Football League (NFL). The venue was renamed in August 1965 Lambeau Field, in memory of Packers founder, player, and long-time head coach, Curly Lambeau. It has a seating capacity of 81,441 that makes it the fifth-largest stadium in the NFL with standing room and fourth in a normal capacity. Also, it is the largest venue in the state. That’s why it counted in the top 10 Greatest NFL Stadiums in the world.
CenturyLink Field (Seahawks)
It is a multi-purpose stadium located in Seattle, Washington, United States that is a home field for the Seattle Seahawks of the National Football League (NFL) and Seattle Sounders FC of Major League Soccer (MLS). From 2020 it will be the home field for the XFL’s Seattle Dragons. Initially, it was named Seahawks Stadium that came to be known later as Qwest Field in June 2004. In June 2011 after Qwest’s acquisition by CenturyLink its current name came into existence. It can accommodate 68,740 people for NFL games and 37,722 for most MLS matches and XFL games. The stadium hosts concerts, trade shows, and consumer shows besides sporting events.
U.S. Bank Stadium (Vikings)
U.S. Bank Stadium is suited in Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States. This indoor stadium opened in 2016 is the home of the Minnesota Vikings (NFL). It is the first fixed-roof stadium built in the NFL. U.S. Bank Stadium hosted Super Bowl LII in which Philadelphia Eagles was the winner. It also hosted the ESPN X Games on July 19–22, 2018. On April 6–8, 2019, the NCAA Final Four was held here in which the Virginia Cavaliers were the winners. The stadium is also expected to host the 2020 NCAA Division I Wrestling Championships. That’s why it counted in the top 10 Greatest NFL Stadiums in the world.
AT&T Stadium (Cowboys)
AT&T Stadium was earlier known as Cowboys Stadium. Also referred to as “Jerry World” after Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones, this retractable roof stadium is located in Arlington, Texas, United States. It is the home field of the Dallas Cowboys of the National Football League (NFL). It is also the home field of the Cotton Bowl Classic and the Big 12 Championship Game. It has a seating capacity of 80,000 that makes the fourth largest stadium in the NFL by seating capacity. The maximum capacity of the stadium with a standing room is 105,000.
Arrowhead Stadium (Chiefs)
The largest sports stadium by capacity in the state of Missouri, it is an American football stadium in Kansas City, United States. It serves as the home field of the Kansas City Chiefs of the National Football League (NFL). The stadium lies adjacent to the Truman Sports Complex alongside Kauffman Stadium. The stadium has a seating capacity of 76,416, that makes it the 27th largest stadium in the United States and the sixth-largest NFL stadium. And this stadium is counted in the top 10 Greatest NFL Stadiums in the world.
Mercedes-Benz Stadium (Falcons)
This multi-purpose stadium located in Atlanta, Georgia, United States serves home field to the Atlanta Falcons of the National Football League (NFL) and Atlanta United FC of Major League Soccer (MLS). In 2017, it held the record for the world’s largest video board at 62,350 square feet (5,793 m2). It is one of five stadiums in the NFL with a retractable roof. The construction of this roof was completed on July 14, 2018. The stadium is owned by the state government of Georgia and operated by AMB Group, which is the parent organization of the Falcons and Atlanta United.
Heinz Field (Steelers)
It is located in the North Shore neighborhood of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States. It serves as the home of the NFL’s Pittsburgh Steelers and the NCAA’s Pittsburgh Panthers. The stadium is named after H. J. Heinz Company, which purchased the naming rights in 2001. In 2017 it hosted the Coors Light Stadium Series game featuring the Pittsburgh Penguins and Philadelphia Flyers. On May 18, 2019, it hosted Garth Brooks during his Stadium Tour with a record attendance of over 75,000 people. It marked the biggest ticketed show in Pittsburgh history.
Mercedes-Benz Superdome (Saints)
Also known as the Superdome, it is a domed sport and exhibition stadium located in the Central Business District of New Orleans, Louisiana, United States. It is the home field for the New Orleans Saints of the National Football League (NFL). It is the home stadium for the Sugar Bowl, New Orleans Bowl in college football and the SWAC Conference’s Southern University and Grambling State University.
NRG Stadium (Texans)
Earlier known as Reliant Stadium, it is a multi-purpose stadium in Houston, Texas, United States. It has a seating capacity of 71,995. It was the first NFL stadium to have a retractable roof. It is home field to the National Football League’s Houston Texans, the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo, the Texas Bowl, many of the United States men’s national soccer team’s matches, and other events. The stadium has also served as the host venue for Super Bowls XXXVIII (2004) and LI (2017), and WrestleMania XXV (2009).
NRG Stadium is part of a collection of venues (including the Astrodome)called NRG Park.
MetLife Stadium (Giants and Jets)
This is located at the Meadowlands Sports Complex in East Rutherford, New Jersey, 8 miles (13 km) west of New York City. It is the home field for the New York Giants and the New York Jets. Besides a concert venue, it is the home stadium of the New York Guardians, of the XFL. Owned by the MetLife Stadium Company, it is a joint venture of the Giants and Jets. It was the most expensive stadium ever built at the time that it opened in 2011. The seating capacity here is 82,500.
List of Current NFL STADIUMS
|New Era Field|
|Paul Brown Stadium|
|New Era Field|
|Paul Brown Stadium|
|Lincoln Financial Field|
|Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum|
|Lucas Oil Stadiumdouble-dagger|
|M&T Bank Stadium|
|Raymond James Stadium|
|State Farm Stadiumdouble-dagger|
|TIAA Bank Field|
|U.S. Bank Stadiumdagger|
|Bank of America Stadium|
|Dignity Health Sports Park|
|Empower Field at Mile High|
|Hard Rock Stadium|
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