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Photo of New Era Field from the upper level. Home of the Buffalo Bills.

 

 

 

 

 

 

NFL Stadiums By Capacity

 
1. Fedex Field - 85,000
2. Metlife Stadium - 82,566
3. Lambeau Field - 80,750
4. AT&T Stadium - 80,000
5. Arrowhead Stadium - 76,416
6. Sports Authority Field - 76,125
7. Hard Rock Stadium - 75,540
8. Bank of America Stadium - 73,778
9. Mercedes-Benz Superdome - 73,208
10. FirstEnergy Stadium - 73,200
11. New Era Field - 73,079
12. NRG Stadium - 71,054
13. M&T Bank Stadium - 71,008
14. Mercedes-Benz Stadium - 71,000
15. Los Angeles Stadium - 70,240
16. Nissan Stadium - 69,143
17. Gillette Stadium - 68,756
18. Lincoln Financial Field - 68,532
19. Levi's Stadium - 68,500
20. Everbank Field - 67,246
21. CenturyLink Field - 67,000
22. Raymond James Stadium - 65,890
23. Paul Brown Stadium - 65,535
24. Heinz Field - 65,050
25. Ford Field - 65,000
26. University of Phoenix Stadium - 63,400
27. Lucas Oil Stadium - 62,421
28. Soldier Field - 61,500
29. Oakland Coliseum - 53,200
 
 

Did You Know?

  • AT&T Stadium can be expanded to more than 100K in capacity to become the NFL's largest stadium.
  • Soldier Field is the oldest NFL stadium and serves as a memorial to American soldiers.
  • Franchises with domed stadiums or retractable roofs typically do very poorly in the NFL playoffs.
 
 
 
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