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NFL Football Stadiums

NFL Stadiums

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A look at the 32 NFL teams stadiums. Last season 16,952,749 fans attended NFL games, averaging 68,939 fans at each game a 96.6% home stadium capacity average.

Arrowhead Stadium(Kansas City Chiefs) Everbank Field(Jacksonville Jaguars) Gillette Stadium(New England Patriots) Hard Rock Stadium(Miami Dolphins) Heinz Field(Pittsburgh Steelers) Lucas Oil Stadium(Indianapolis Colts) M&T Bank Stadium(Baltimore Ravens) MetLife Stadium(New York Jets) AFC New Era Field(Buffalo Bills) Nissan Stadium(Tennesse Titans) NRG Stadium(Houston Texans) Oakland Coliseum (Oakland Coliseum) Paul Brown Stadium(Cincinnati Bengals) Sports Authority Field(Denver Broncos) Stubhub Center (Los Angeles Chargers)
AT&T Stadium(Dallas Cowboys) Bank of America Stadium(Carolina Panthers) CenturyLink Field(Seattle Seahawks) FedEx Field(Washington Redskins) Ford Field(Detroit Lions) Lincoln Financial Field(Plhiladelhia Eagles) Los Angeles Coliseum(Los Angeles Rams) Levi's Stadium(San Francisco 49ers) NFC Mercedes-Benz Stadium(Atlanta Falcons) Mercedes-Benz Superdome(New Orleans Saints) MetLife Stadium(New York Giants) Raymond James Stadium (Tampa Bay Buccaneers) Soldier Field(Chicago Bears) Uni of Phoenix Stadium(Arizona Cardinals) US Bank Stadium(Minnesota Vikings)


NFL Stadiums

What is the oldest NFL stadium?

The oldest NFL Stadium is Soldier Field, home of the Chicago Bears, which opened October 9, 1924. Soldier Field was formally called Municipal Grant Park Stadium (1924–1925).

The second oldest NFL Stadium is Lambeau Field, home of the Green Bay Packers and opened September 29, 1957. Lambeau Field was formally called City Stadium (1957–1964).

What is the largest stadium in the NFL?.

Currently the Green Bay Packers Lambeau Field is the largest stadium in the NFL with an 81,441 capacity. Last season the Packers averaged 78,215 fans per game with a total attendance for the season of 625,727.

The second biggest NFL Stadium is home to the Dallas Cowboys AT&T Stadium which can sit 80,000 fans. The Dallas Cowboys led the NFL in attendance last season with a total of 740,318 fans visiting the stadium during the eight-game regular season.

What is the smallest NFL stadium?

Currently, the smallest NFL stadium is the temporary home of the Los Angeles Chargers StubHub Center in Carson, California. The capacity for a Chargers game is 27,000. In 2020, the Chargers will be moving to their new home the Los Angeles Stadium at Hollywood Park which will hold 70,000.

The next smallest NFL stadium is home to the Oakland Raiders. The Oakland–Alameda County Coliseum has a capacity of 53,286 fans. In 2019, the Raiders will be moving to Las Vegas; the Raiders stadium is expected to seat 80,000 fans. The Raiders Stadium is expected to cost $1.9 billion, and the initial cost to taxpayers will be $750 million.

What is the most expensive NFL Stadium?

Currently, the most expensive NFL stadium that is in use is the home of the Dallas Cowboys AT&T Stadium. The 80,000 football game capacity stadium cost $1.2 billion. AT&T Stadium was opened on May 27, 2009, and was initially expected to take 30 years to pay off but thanks to a 0.5% city tax increase, 2% hotel tax and 5% car rental tax as well as refinancing and additional payments AT&T stadium is expected to be paid off by 2021.

Which NFL Stadium has hosted the most Super Bowls?

The home of the New Orleans Saints the Mercedes-Benz Superdome, (formerly the Louisiana Superdome) has played host to seven NFL Super Bowls (1978, 1981, 1986, 1990, 1997, 2002, 2013).

The Miami Dolphins Stadium, the Hard Rock Stadium, has currently hosted five Super Bowls tieing it with the Pasadena Rose Bowl and Miami's Orange Bowl. The Hard Rock Stadium will be hosting the 2020 NFL Super Bowl, which will bring it to seven six times.

What is the loudest NFL stadium?

According to the Guinness World Records, the loudest NFL Stadium is the crowd at the Kansas City Chiefs Arrowhead Stadium. On September 29, 2014, the 76,416 fans roar reached 142.2.

To better understand how loud the crowd at Arrowhead stadium was normal speech is at about 60 dB SPL, damage to the ear can occur at approximately 140 dB SPL.

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