Where do the Atlanta Falcons play their home games?
The Atlanta Falcons play their home football games at Mercedes-Benz Stadium which opened August 26, 2017.
Where is the Atlanta Falcons Stadium?
Mercedes-Benz Stadium,1 AMB Drive Northwest, Atlanta, GA 30313.
Is the Atlanta Falcons stadium indoor?
The multi-purpose Mercedes-Benz Stadium is an indoor stadium which has a retractable roof.
Mercedes Benz Stadium has a capacity for 71,000 fans which is expandable to 83,000.
The record attendance 74,141 at the Mercedes Benz Stadium was on December 31, 2017, for the Atlanta Falcons vs. Carolina Panthers game.
Atlanta’s Mercedes Benz Stadium cost 1.6 billion dollars to build. Their first stadium, Atlanta–Fulton County Stadium cost 18 million dollars.
Mercedes Benz Stadium is also home to the Atlanta United FC of the MLS as well as the NCAA Peach Bowl and Celebration Bowl.
The 53rd NFL Super Bowl on February 3, 2019, is at the Mercedes Benz Stadium.
The Falcons previously played their home football games at Atlanta–Fulton County Stadium from 1966–1991, then at the Georgia Dome between 1992 – 2016.
Atlanta Falcons circular LED halo board.
The LED board is three times as large as the current largest single display board in the National Football League.
The Atlanta Falcons halo screens wrap around the top of the Mercedes Benz Stadium gives everyone a great view of all the action.
Falcons Sideline Mercedes-Benz Stadium
The Atlanta Falcons sideline at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium in front of sections Club 108- Club 112.
Which tunnel do the Atlanta Falcons come out of?
Fans looking to sit above the Atlanta Falcons tunnel should look for seats available in Mercedes-Benz Stadium section 117.
Where to tailgate Atlanta Falcons Stadium.
Tailgating before the Atlanta Falcons is allowed in all flat parking lots outside of Mercedes-Benz Stadium,
The Mercedes-Benz Stadium parking lot opens 4.5 hours before Atlanta Falcons games.
On the Atlanta Falcons gamedays, fans can tailgate at The Home Depot Backyard which features tents, catering options, tv packages and more.