Monthly Archives: April 2016

Lincoln Financial Field Philadelphia Eagles About Stadium Since its opening in 2003, Lincoln Financial Field has been the home to the NFL’s Philadelphia Eagles. It’s located in South Philadelphia along the I-95 Interstate Highway and is a major part of the South Philadelphia Sports Complex. The field is commonly referred to by locals as, “The […]

Qualcomm Stadium San Diego Chargers About Stadium Originally known as San Diego Stadium, then Jack Murphy Stadium, Qualcomm Stadium is located in the Mission Valley area of San Diego and is the home of the NFL’s Chargers. It’s a multi-purpose venue and in addition to it serving as home to the San Diego Chargers, it’s […]

M&T Bank Stadium Baltimore Ravens Football Stadium   About Stadium Located in downtown Baltimore directly next to Oriole Park at Camden Yards is the home of the Baltimore Ravens, M&T Bank Stadium. Commonly referred to as simply “Ravens Stadium,” it opened in 1998. When it opened, it was named Ravens Stadium at Camden Yards, but […]

Georgia Dome Atlanta Falcons About Stadium Located Vine City and East Atlanta is the home of the NFL’s Atlanta Falcons, the Georgia Dome. The stadium is owned by the State of Georgia as a piece of their Georgia World Congress Center authority. It’s also been the longtime home of College Football’s Peach Bowl since 1992, […]

NRG Stadium Houston Texans About Stadium A multi-purpose stadium located in Houston, Texas, the NRG Stadium is primarily the home of the NFL’s Houston Texans. The stadium’s seating capacity can reach up to 71,795 and has a total playing surface of 1,900,000 square feet within its confines. In addition to being the home of the […]

Mercedes-Benz Superdome New Orleans Saints About Stadium Most commonly referred to as The Super Dome, or simply The Dome, the Mercedes-Benz Superdome is home to the NFL’s New Orleans Saints. Located in the Central Business District of downtown New Orleans, the stadium opened on August 3, 1975, and temporarily closed after Hurrican Katrina, before reopening […]

Ralph Wilson Stadium Buffalo Bills About Stadium Located in Orchard Park, New York, Ralph Wilson Stadium serves as home to the Buffalo Bills. It opened in 1973, originally by the name of Roch Stadium, but was later renamed in 1988 after the current owner Ralph Wilson in 2014. The naming rights to the stadium were […]

Bank of America Stadium Carolina Panthers About Stadium The stadium that was originally named Carolinas Stadium, then Ericcson Stadium now features Bank of America as the owner of its namesake and is the homefield for the Carolina Panthers. Many other sites in Charlotte were considered for the location of the site, before eventually deciding on […]

Sports Authority Field at Mile High Denver Broncos About Stadium Originally named Invesco Field at Mile High, Sports Authority Field at Mile High is the home to the NFL’s Denver Broncos. The stadium opened in 2001 to replace the old Mile High Stadium in downtown Denver, and was mostly funded by Denver metro area tax […]

Arrowhead Stadium Kansas City Chiefs About Stadium The home of the Kansas City Chiefs, Arrowhead Stadium is a multi-purpose facility in downtown Kansas City, MO. It’s located adjacent to Kauffman Stadium, the home of the Kansas City Royals in Major League Baseball (MLB). It’s the 5th largest NFL stadium in terms of seating capacity, and […]

Lambeau Field Green Bay Packers About Stadium Lambeau Field is the home of the NFL’s Green Bay Packers and located in Green Bay, Wisconsin. The stadium opened in 1957, originally named City Stadium, and more commonly referred to as New City Stadium. In August 1965 the stadium was renamed to Lambeau Field, after the late […]

AT&T Stadium Dallas Cowboys About Stadium AT&T stadium is the most lavish stadium in sports and is the home of the Dallas Cowboys. After being estimated at a price tag of $650 million, the final cost of the stadium totaled $1.15 billion. The stadium contains one-of-a-kind pieces of art made by world renowned artists as […]

FedEx Field Washington Redskins About Stadium The home of the Washington Redskins, FedEx Field is located in Prince George’s County, Maryland. Opened in 1997, the stadium’s capacity eventually ballooned to 91,000 from 2004 to 2010, as the Redskins fanbase set the record for paid attendance. The capacity was downsized to its current size of 82,000 […]

MetLife Stadium NY Giants / NY Jets About Stadium Built in the Meadowlands at MetLife Sports Complex in East Rutherford, NJ, the stadium is home to both the New York Giants and the New York Jets. The stadium originally opened in 2010 and was called New Meadowlands Stadium, till MetLife bought the naming rights in […]

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