This is a list of NFL stadiums.
Arrowhead Stadium – Arrowhead Stadium is more than just an NFL stadium for the people of Missouri. It’s a staple in the state and a beautiful testament to the power of community and sportsmanship. If you’re visiting Kansas City, stop by for a while and see why fans are so in love with Arrowhead.
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Bank of America Stadium – Whether you’re visiting Charlotte for a week and feel like catching an NFL game, or you’re a lifelong native and Panthers fan, you’re sure to fall in love with Bank of America Stadium. From the towering black arches and bright blue lights at the entrance to the smell of Carolina BBQ wafting in the air and the enormous panther statues that greet you upon arrival, there is nothing ordinary about the home of the Carolina Panthers.
CenturyLink Field – Grab your earplugs and your 12th Man jersey, and you’ll be ready for game day at CenturyLink Field. Conveniently located just outside of downtown Seattle, CenturyLink Field attracts fans from all over Washington and Oregon. The stadium is one of the smallest by volume in the NFL, but don’t let that fool you; Seahawks fans pack a punch here. Are you ready for a game day experience you won’t soon forget? Welcome to CenturyLink Field.
EverBank Field – If you’re looking for a truly unique NFL game day experience, then you’ll want to head south to Jacksonville, Florida. Grab your wallet (it’s okay if it’s not loaded) and your swimsuit (yes, swimsuit) and head into the Stadium District, which has been the home to football fields in the area since the early 20th century. Swipe some black and teal paint on your face, and you’re ready for game day at EverBank Field.
FedExField – Washington D.C. is an often divisive place. Politics take center stage, and tensions run high. But Washingtonians have found at least one place where they can set aside their partisan differences and celebrate together. Of course, they have to leave D.C. to get there. FedExField, home of the Washington Redskins, draws people from all over the D.C. metro area. Fans don burgundy and gold and pack into the stadium to cheer wildly and celebrate as one. If you’re visiting the DMV (Delaware, Maryland, Virginia) area, be sure to stop into FedExField for a game.
FirstEnergy Stadium – What’s bright orange, smells like beer and fried bologna, and gets loud in the Fall? Cleveland Browns fans in the “Dawg Pound” at FirstEnergy Stadium. Whether you’re a Cleveland native or you’re only in town for the day, taking in a Browns game at FirstEnergy Stadium is something you won’t want to miss. So, grab your friends and family and head to the newly renovated stadium for a game day like no other.
Ford Field – In June of 1903, Henry Ford founded the Ford Motor Company in Detroit, Michigan. The city has come a long way since Ford first put down roots, but one thing remains the same; it’s still the most iconic city for automakers in the country. So, it should come as no surprise that the Detroit Lions play at Ford Field, located in downtown Detroit. And if you’re in Detroit on game days during the fall, Ford Field is the place to be. Here’s everything you need to know about the Lions’ home field.
Gillette Stadium – Every home game during football season, fans come from all over the New England area to see Tom Brady lead the Patriots at Gillette Stadium. But a trip to Gillette isn’t like a trip to most NFL stadiums, mostly because this isn’t just an NFL Stadium. Gillette Stadium is more like a city; a destination in and of itself. Here’s all you need to know about a day at Gillette Stadium.
Hard Rock Stadium – Whether you’re local to Miami or you’re in town for a week, you can agree on one thing: Miami knows how to have a good time. From spending hours soaking up the Florida sun on Miami Beach to visiting Bayside Marketplace or the Zoo, there is no shortage of things to do in The Magic City. And this tradition carries on at Hard Rock Stadium, the unique open roof sports venue in Miami Gardens that hosts the Miami Dolphins. If you’re looking for an exciting day at the park (with excellent sightlines all around), then look no further than Hard Rock Stadium.
Heinz Field – When you think of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, one of three images probably pops up in your head: cheesesteak sandwiches, steel, or football. And if you’re a fan of any of these things, then you’ll want to make your way over the Heinz Field on a game day. When the Pittsburgh Steelers take to the field, you’ll feel the excitement in the chilly air. Here’s everything you need to know before taking in a game at the iconic Heinz Field.
Lambeau Field – Let’s pretend for a moment that you are not a fan of football. Even if you had never watched a game or checked a stat in your entire life, you’d probably still know who the Green Bay Packers are. The Packers have one of the most loyal, vocal, and diverse fan bases in the NFL, which makes sense since they’re the oldest team in the NFL to have played continually in one location under one name. As one of only two of the remaining founding members of the NFL (the Cardinals are the second), the Green Bay Packers have become a part of pop culture in a way that few NFL teams have. And then there’s Lambeau Field. Ask anyone of authority which NFL stadium has the most to offer fans, and you’ll hear one answer come up over and over: Lambeau. What makes this place so iconic? Here’s everything you need to know about catching a game at Lambeau Field.
Levi’s Stadium – Levi’s Stadium is located in Santa Clara, California about 35 miles south of the old Candlestick Park. It was built by the San Francisco 49ers to host their NFL games. Beyond the NFL, there have been soccer games, hockey games, wrestling matches, and concerts.
Lincoln Financial Field – If you’ve never been to Philadelphia or watched an Eagles game, you may think Philadelphia is all about the Philly cheesesteak sandwich. Fortunately, most Eagles’ fans would agree with you. You can get both at a game when you visit Lincoln Financial Field. One of the most visually impressive stadiums in the NFL, Lincoln Financial Field lets you experience the best that Philadelphia has to offer, all while cheering your team to victory. Here’s what you should know before you visit Lincoln Financial Field.
Mercedes-Benz Superdome – When Hurricane Katrina barreled down on New Orleans, the world watched. It was without question one of the most devastating events in recent history. So when Drew Brees led his New Orleans Saints to a Super Bowl victory just five years later, the pride was palpable. And when he lifted his son in the air, the entire city cheered him on. Through it all, hard fought victories and painful losses, the Saints have returned time and again to the place they call home: the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. If you’re planning a trip to the Big Easy, here’s what you need to know about the home of the Saints.
MetLife Stadium – If you’re a football fan in New York, MetLife Stadium is your home base, though you’ll have to leave New York to get there. Throughout the season, fans of both the NY Jets and the NY Giants gather en masse to cheer their teams to victory. MetLife is the only stadium to host two NFL teams and is one of the largest and most technologically advanced stadiums in the league. So, grab a New York-style hot dog, kick up your feet, and prepare to learn all you ever wanted to know about this monolith destination.
NRG Stadium – Houston is one of the most iconic cities in the country. From the classic line “Houston, we have a problem” to the Houston Grand Opera House and the Historic District, there’s a lot to love about the city. But if you’re a Texans fan, there’s only one masterpiece in Houston, and that’s NRG Stadium. NRG Stadium is an open-air venue (with a retractable roof) that homes the Houston Texans, as well as local rodeos, concerts, soccer matches, and other exhibits. One of the most visually appealing and versatile stadiums in the NFL, NRG Stadium is the perfect place to spend a family or friend-filled Sunday during football season.
Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum – There’s a lot to love about Oakland. Whether you’re spending a day on Lake Merritt or you’re visiting Children’s Fairyland, you’re going to have a good time. But by far the best thing to do on a warm summer day in Oakland is catch a Raiders game at Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum. Here’s everything you need to know about Oakland Coliseum.
Soldier Field – Chicago is famous for a lot of things. It’s the windy city where Ferris Bueller serenaded a nation with “Danke Schoen,” the home of both deep dish pizza and the most loyal MLB fans in the country, and the birthplace of beloved actors Robin Williams and Harrison Ford. But if you’re in Chicago on a Sunday afternoon between September and February, you might forget all of this and think of Chicago only as home of the Bears. When the lights go down and the Colonnades are lit up, it’s time for a stay at Soldier Field.
University of Phoenix Stadium – There aren’t a lot of NFL stadiums that boast their own landscaped tailgating area, but University of Phoenix Stadium isn’t like other stadiums. With a translucent retractable roof and a fully retractable natural turf playing field, the stadium is a beacon of modern technology, innovation, and creativity. The home of the Arizona Cardinals offers fans a truly memorable experience that they can’t get anywhere else in the NFL.
US Bank Stadium – Whether you’re drawn in by the beautiful Minneapolis skyline reflecting off the mirror-like walls, the delicious smells of celebrity chef Andrew Zimmern’s Canteen Rotisserie wafting on the wind, or the deafening shouts from Viking’s fans inside, you’re sure to enjoy your experience at U.S. Bank Stadium.