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Photo of the field at University of Phoenix Stadium, home of the Arizona Cardinals.

University of Phoenix Stadium has been home to the Arizona Cardinals since 2006. It was constructed at an estimated cost of $455 Million dollars and has a capacity of 63,400. The University of Phoenix Stadium is one of the smallest stadiums in the National Football League and also hosts the annual Fiesta Bowl.

1 Cardinals Drive
Glendale, Arizona, 85305

 

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Photo of the field at U.S. Bank Stadium, home of the Minnesota Vikings.

U.S. Bank Stadium has been home to the Minnesota Vikings since 2016. The stadium was constructed at an estimated cost of $1.06 billion and has a capacity of 66,655 seats. The Minnesota Vikings had previously played their home games at the Hubert H. Humphrey MetroDome from 1982-2013 and TCF Bank Stadium from 2013-2015. U.S. Bank Stadium will host Super Bowl 52 on February 4th, 2018. 

 

U.S. Bank Stadium Seating Chart, Minnesota Vikings.

  

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Photo of the field at Gillette Stadium during a New England Patriots game.

Gillette Stadium has been home to the New England Patriots since 2002. It was constructed at an estimated cost of $325 Million dollars and has a capacity of 68,756. The New England Patriots had played their home games at Foxboro Stadium since 1971 before moving to Gillette Stadium.

1 Patriot Place
Foxborough, MA 02035

 

Gillette Stadium Seating Chart, New England Patriots.

 

 

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 Photo of the field at Mercedes-Benz Superdome, home of the New Orleans Saints.

The Mercedes-Benz SuperDome has been home to the New Orleans Saints since 1975. It was constructed at an estimated cost of $134 Million dollars. The stadium underwent an additional $193 Million renovation to repair damage from the Hurricane Katrina disaster. It has a capacity of 72,968 and is one of the largest stadiums in the National Football League. The Mercedes-Benz Superdome also hosts the annual Sugar Bowl.

1500 Sugar Bowl Drive
New Orleans, Louisiana 70112

 

Mercedes-Benz Superdome Seating Chart, New Orleans Saints.

 

 

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Photo of the field at Metlife Stadium during a New York Giants game.

MetLife Stadium has been home to the New York Giants since 2010. It was constructed at an estimated cost of $1.6 Billion dollars and has a capacity of 82,566. Metlife Stadium is the largest stadium in the National Football League. The stadium is also home to the New York Jets and hosted Super Bowl XLVII.


50 State Highway 120
East Rutherford, New Jersey 07073

 

Metllife Stadium Seating Chart, New York Giants.

 

 

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Photo of the field at Metlife Stadium during a New York Jets game.

Metlife Stadium has been home to the New York Jets since 2010. It was constructed at an estimated cost of $1.6 Billion dollars and has a capacity of 82,566. Metlife Stadium is the largest stadium in the National Football League. The stadium is also home to the New York Giants and played host to Super Bowl XLVII.

50 State Highway 120
East Rutherford, New Jersey 07073

 

Metllife Stadium Seating Chart, New York Jets.

 

 

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Photo of the field at Oakland Coliseum, home of the Oakland Raiders.

Oakland Coliseum, formerly known as O.co Coliseum, McAfee Coliseum, Network Associates Coliseum and Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum, has been home to the Oakland Raiders since 1995. It was constructed at an estimated cost of $25.5 Million dollars and has a capacity of 63,026 for football games. An additional $200 Million dollars was used for renovations to the stadium in 1996. Oakland Coliseum is also home to Major League Baseball’s Oakland Athletics and is one of the smallest stadiums in the National Football League.

 


7000 Coliseum Way
Oakland, California 94621

 

Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum Seating Chart, Oakland Raiders.

 

 

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Lincoln Financial Field, Home of the Philadelphia Eagles

Lincoln Financial Field has been home to the Philadelphia Eagles since 2003. It was constructed at an estimated cost of $512 Million dollars and has a capacity of 68,532. The annual Army-Navy football game is played at Lincoln Financial Field.

1020 Pattison Avenue
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19148

 

Lincoln Financial Field Seating Chart, Philadelphia Eagles.

 

 

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 Photo of the field at Heinz Field, home of the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Heinz Field has been home to the Pittsburgh Steelers since 2001. It was constructed at an estimated cost of $281 Million dollars and has a capacity of 65,050. Heinz Field sits adjacent to the former site of Three River Stadium, the team’s former home stadium.

100 Art Rooney Ave
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15212

 

Heinz Field Seating Chart, Pittsburgh Steelers.

 

 

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Photo of the field at Levi's Stadium, home of the San Francisco 49ers.

Levi's Stadium has been home to the San Francisco 49ers since 2014. It has a capacity of 68,5000 and was constructed at an estimated cost of $1.2 billion dollars. Levi Stadium's construction costs will be covered primarily from funding via hotel taxes, the National Football League and city redevelopment funds.

 

4900 Centennial Boulevard

Santa Clara, CA 95054

 

Levi's Stadium Seating Chart, San Francisco 49ers.

 

 

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 Photo of the field at CenturyLink Field, home of the Seattle Seahawks.

CenturyLink Field, formerly Qwest Field/Seahawks Stadium, has been home to the Seattle Seahawks since 2002. It was constructed at an estimated cost of $430 million dollars and has a capacity of 67,000. CenturyLink Field is also home to Major League Soccer’s Seattle Sounders.


800 Occidental Ave S
Seattle WA 98134-1200

 

CenturyLink Field Seating Chart, Seattle Seahawks.

 

 

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Photo of the field at Raymond James Stadium, home of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. 

Raymond James Stadium has been home to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers since 1998. It was constructed with an estimated cost of $168.5 million dollars and has a capacity of 65,857.

4201 N. Dale Mabry Highway
Tampa, Florida 33607

 

Raymond James Stadium Seating Chart, Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

 

 

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Photo of the field at Nissan Stadium, home of the Tennessee Titans.

Nissan Stadium, formerly known as LP Field and The Coliseum, has been home to the Tennessee Titans since 1999. It was constructed at an estimated cost of $290 Million dollars and has a capacity of 69,143.
 

1 Titans Way
Nashville, Tennessee 37213

 

Nissan Stadium Seating Chart, Tennessee Titans.

 

 

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Photo of the field at Hard Rock Stadium, home of the Miami Dolphins. 

Hard Rock Stadium, formerly Sun Life Stadium, has been home to the Miami Dolphins since 1987. The stadium opened in 1987 and had an estimated construction cost of $115 million dollars. Hard Rock Stadium has a capacity of 65,326 and has been completely reconfigured from it’s original design.

2267 NW 199th Street
Miami Gardens, Florida 33056

 

Hard Rock Stadium Seating Chart, Miami Dolphins.

 

 

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 Photo of Arrowhead Stadium, home of the Kansas City Chiefs.

Arrowhead Stadium has been home to the Kansas City Chiefs since 1972. It was constructed at an estimated cost of $43 Million dollars and has a capacity of 77,000. Arrowhead Stadium is one of the largest stadiums in the National Football League and one of the best stadiums for tailgating.

1 Arrowhead Drive
Kansas City, Missouri 64129

 

Arrowhead Stadium Seating Chart, Kansas City Chiefs.

 

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Photo of the field at Mercedes-Benz Stadium, home of the Atlanta Falcons.

Mercedes-Benz Stadium has been home to the Atlanta Falcons since 2017. It was constructed at an estimate cost of $1.6 billion dollars and has a capacity of 71,000. Mercedes-Benz Stadium will host the 2019 Super Bowl.

 

441 Martin Luther King Jr. Dr. NW

Atlanta, Georgia 30313

 

 Mercedes-Benz Stadium Seating Chart, Atlanta Falcons.

 

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 M&T Bank Stadium, home of the Baltimore Ravens.

M&T Bank Stadium, formerly known as PSINet Stadium as well as Ravens Stadium, has been home to the Baltimore Ravens since 1998. It was constructed at an estimated cost of $220 Million dollars and has a capacity of 71,008.

1101 Russell Street
Baltimore, Maryland 21230

 

M&T Bank Stadium Seating Chart, Baltimore Ravens.

 

 

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 Photo of the field at New Era Field, home of the Buffalo Bills.

New Era Field, formerly known as Ralph Wilson Stadium and before that, Rich Stadium, has been home to the Buffalo Bills since 1973. It was constructed at an estimated cost of $22 Million dollars and has a capacity of 73,967. The stadium also played host to the 2008 NHL Winter Classic.

1 Bills Drive
Orchard Park, New York 14127

 

New Era Field Seating Chart, Buffalo Bills.

 

 

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Photo of the field at Bank of America Stadium, home of the Carolina Panthers.

Bank of America Stadium, formerly known as Carolinas Stadium/Ericsson Stadium, has been home to the Carolina Panthers since 1994. It was constructed at an estimated cost of $248 Million dollars and has a capacity of 73,778.

800 South Mint Street
Charlotte, North Carolina 28202

 

Bank of America Stadium Seating Chart, Carolina Panthers.

 

 

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 Photo of the field at Soldier Field, home of the Chicago Bears.

Soldier Field has been home to the Chicago Bears since 1971 although it originally opened in 1924. It was constructed with an estimated construction cost of $632 Million dollars (2002 renovations) and has a capacity of 61,500. Soldier Field is the smallest stadium in the National Football League and has been completely rebuilt twice.

1410 S Museum Campus Drive
Chicago, Illinois 60605

 

Soldier Field Seating Chart, Chicago Bears.

 

 

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Photo of the field at Paul Brown Stadium, home of the Cincinnati Bengals.

Paul Brown Stadium has been home to the Cincinnati Bengals since 2000. It was constructed at an estimated cost of $455 Million dollars and has a capacity of 65,790. The stadium is named after Paul Brown, the founder of both the Cincinnati Bengals and the Cleveland Browns.

1 Paul Brown Stadium
Cincinnati, Ohio 45202-3418

 

Paul Brown Stadium Seating Chart, Cincinnati Bengals.

 

 

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Photo of the field at FirstEnergy Stadium, home of the Cleveland Browns.

FirstEnergy Stadium, formerly Cleveland Browns Stadium, has been home to the Cleveland Browns since 1999. It was constructed at an estimated cost of $283 Million dollars and has a capacity of 73,200. The stadium sits on the former site of Cleveland Municipal Stadium and is considered one of the best stadiums for tailgating in the National Football League.

100 Alfred Lerner Way,
Cleveland, Ohio 44114

 

Cleveland Browns Stadium Seating Chart, Cleveland Browns.

 

 

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Photo of AT&T Stadium from the upper level. Home of the Dallas Cowboys.
AT&T Stadium, formerly Cowboys Stadium, has been home to the Dallas Cowboys since 2009. It was constructed at an estimated cost of $1.3 billion dollars and has a capacity of 80,000, but can be expanded to hold more than 100,000 fans. AT&T Stadium is one of the largest stadiums in the National Football League.

900 E Randol Mill Rd
Arlington, Texas 76011

 

AT&T Stadium Seating Chart, Dallas Cowboys.

 

 

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 Mile High Stadium, home of the Denver Broncos.

Mile High Stadium, formerly Sports Authority Field as well as Invesco Field, has been home to the Denver Broncos since 2001. It was constructed at an estimated cost of $364.2 Million dollars and has a capacity of 76,125.

1701 Mile High Stadium Circle West
Denver, Colorado 80204-1701

 

Mile High Stadium Seating Chart, Denver Broncos.

 

 

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 Photo of the field at Ford Field, home of the Detroit Lions.

Ford Field has been home to the Detroit Lions since 2002. It was constructed at an estimated cost of $430 Million dollars and has a capacity of 65,000. A little-known fact about Ford Field; the Detroit Lions organization had originally planned on building an outdoor stadium for the team.

2000 Brush Street
Detroit, Michigan 48226

 

Ford Field Seating Chart, Detroit Lions.

 

 

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 Photo of the field at Lambeau Field, home of the Green Bay Packers.

Lambeau Field, formerly known as City Stadium, has been home to the Green Bay Packers since 1957. It was constructed at an estimated cost of $960,000 dollars. The stadium received $295 million dollars worth of renovations in 2003. Lambeau Field has a capacity of 72,928 and is the oldest stadium in the National Football League.

1265 Lombardi Avenue
Green Bay, Wisconsin 54304

 

Lambeau Field Seating Chart, Green Bay Packers.

 

 

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 Photo of NRG Stadium, home of the Houston Texans.

NRG Stadium, formerly Reliant Stadium, has been home to the Houston Texans since 2002 . It was constructed at an estimated cost of $352 Million dollars and has a capacity of 71,500.

1 Reliant Park
Houston, Texas 77054

 

NRG Stadium Seating Chart, Houston Texans.

 

 

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Photo of the field at Lucas Oil Stadium, home of the Indianapolis Colts

Lucas Oil Stadium has been home to the Indianapolis Colts since 2008. It was constructed at an estimated cost of $720 Million dollars and has a capacity of 63,000, but can be expanded. Lucas Oil Stadium is one of the smallest stadiums in the National Football League.

500 South Capitol Avenue
Indianapolis, Indiana 46225

 

 

Lucas Oil Stadium Seating Chart, Indianapolis Colts.

 

 

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Photo of Everbank Field, home of the Jacksonville Jaguars.

TIAA Bank Field, formerly known as Everbak Field, Jacksonville Municipal Stadium, and Alltel Stadium, has been home to the Jacksonville Jaguars since 1995. It was constructed at an estimated cost of $121 Million dollars and has a capacity of 76,867. TIAA Bank Field also hosts the annual Gator Bowl.

1 Stadium Place
Jacksonville, Florida 32202

 

Everbank Field Seating Chart, Jacksonville Jaguars.

 

 

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Photo of Fedex Field from the upper level. Home of the Washington Redskins.

FedEx Field, formerly known as Jack Kent Cooke Stadium, has been home to the Washington Redskins since 1997. It was constructed at an estimated cost of $250.5 Million dollars and has a capacity of 82,000. With the subtraction of thousands of seats in 2011, Fedex Field is no longer the largest stadium in the National Football League. The Washington Redskins are currently exploring the idea of building a new stadium for the team in the D.C. metro area.

1600 FedEx Way
Landover, Maryland 20785

 

Fedex Field Seating Chart, Washington Redskins.

 

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