All NFL stadiums are not created equal. Here is a list of the top stadiums in the league.
Known to many as “Jerry’s World” this amazing stadium sits in the heart of Dallas and is home to the Cowboys. The stadium has a retractable roof and an amazing video board that measures 72’ high by 160’ wide equaling 11,520 square feet per side. The stadium itself cost a whoping 1.3 billion dollars just to build. It has already hosted major events like the 2010 NBA All Star Game and Super Bowl XLV.
Perhaps the best experience for a fan in the NFL, Lambeau Field is home to the Green Bay Packers. The nearly sixty year old stadium recently underwent great renovations. This publicly owned stadium has had more than $500 million in recent upgrades. The stadium has almost a college feel to it and the tailgating is second to none. The stadium is known for the famous ‘Lambeau Leap’ where players jump into the stadium after scoring a touchdown. Lambeau also holds a number of concerts, ice hockey games and snowmobile racing.
Perhaps the loudest stadium in the NFL, CenturyLink Field is home to the Seattle Seahawks. Built in 2001 this stadium has a retractable roof that opens to a beautiful Seattle skyline. CenturyLink Field is known for it’s great atmosphere and notoriously loud arena. The stadium is so loud it was once in the Guinness World Record books for being the loudest stadium in the world. Although this is not one of the bigger NFL stadiums, it more than makes up for it in sound and atmosphere.
Another loud and exciting stadium, Arrowhead is home to the Kansas City Chiefs. One of the NFL’s oldest stadiums it underwent recent upgrades in the neighborhood of $400 million. The iconic seating bowl is a staple of the area. Arrowhead is known for it’s amazing tailgating area. Great barbecue is what you usually get when you go there.
Home to the famous black and gold, Heinz Field is a historic place for football. The plaza in the south end provides great views of the Ohio River. The museum on the main floor allows Steelers fans to go on a trip down football’s memory lane. The area is known for great restaurants and bars across the bridge downtown. Although primarily it serves as the Steelers home, Heinz Field did host the Hockey Winter Classic in 2011.
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