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What are the NFL stadiums of each team in the league?

The National Football League is over a century old and now sees 32 teams from the NFC and AFC compete for the Vince Lombardi Trophy. But do you know their homes?

What are the NFL stadiums of each team in the league?

It all began in 1920 when the seeds of the National Football League were sown. Since then we have watched the NFL grow into a multi-billion-dollar organisation with 32 teams currently battling it out each year for a place in the ultimate final: the Super Bowl.

NFL stadiums

There have been 55 such finales to the football season - something introduced after the two separate conferences were established, the National Football Conference and the American Football Conference - and the venues where the games are played are some of the most impressive sporting locations across the globe.

Despite there being 32 teams across the NFC and AFC, there are only actually 30 full-time NFL stadiums as the New York Giants and New York Jets both share the MetLife Stadium, while the Los Angeles Rams and the Los Angeles Chargers cohabit the SoFi Stadium.

Here is a list of all the teams in the league with their stadium name, location, capacity and year of opening.

Team NameVenue Namevenue LocationCapacityYear of opening
Arizona CardinalsState Farm StadiumGlendale, Arizona63,4002006
Atlanta FalconsMercedes-Benz StadiumAtlanta, Georgia71,0002017
Baltimore RavensM&T Bank StadiumBaltimore, Maryland71,0081998
Buffalo BillsBills StadiumOrchard Park, New York71,6081973
Carolina PanthersBank of America StadiumCharlotte, North Carolina75,5231996
Chicago BearsSoldier FieldChicago, Illinois61,5001924
Cincinnati BengalsPaul Brown StadiumCincinnati, Ohio65,5152000
Cleveland BrownsFirst Energy StadiumCleveland, Ohio67,8951999
Dallas CowboysAT&T StadiumArlington, Texas80,0002009
Denver BroncosEmpower Field, Mile HighDenver, Colorado76,1252001
Detroit LionsFord FieldDetroit, Michigan65,0002002
Green Bay PackersLambeau FieldGreen Bay, Wisconsin81,4411957
Houston TexansNRG StadiumHouston, Texas72,2202002
Indianapolis ColtsLucas Oil StadiumIndianapolis, Indiana67,0002008
Jacksonville JaguarsTIAA Bank FieldJacksonville, Florida69,1322008
Kansas City ChiefsArrowhead StadiumKansas City, Missouri76,4161972
Las Vegas RaidersAllegiant StadiumParadise, Nevada65,0002020
Los Angeles ChargersSoFi StadiumInglewood, California70,2402020
Los Angeles RamsSoFi StadiumInglewood, California70,2402020
Miami DolphinsHard Rock StadiumMiami Gardens, Florida65,3261987
Minnesota VikingsU.S. Bank StadiumMinneapolis, Minnesota66,6552016
New England PatriotsGillette StadiumFoxborough, Mass66,8292002
New Orleans SaintsMercedes-Benz SuperdomeNew Orleans, Louisiana73,2081975
New York GiantsMetLife StadiumEast Rutherford, New Jersey82,5002010
New York JetsMetLife StadiumEast Rutherford, New Jersey82,5002010
Philadelphia EaglesLincoln Financial FieldPhiladelphia, Pennsylvania69,5962003
Pittsburgh SteelersHeinz FieldPittsburgh, Pennsylvania68,4002001
San Francisco 49ersLevi's StadiumSanta Clara, California68,5002014
Seattle SeahawksCenturyLink FieldSeattle, Washington69,0002002
Tampa Bay BuccaneersRaymond James StadiumTampa, Florida65,8901998
Tennessee TitansNissan StadiumNashville, Tennessee69,1431999
Washington RedskinsFedExFieldLandover, Maryland82,0001997

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