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?
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.
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.
Next one’s at our place.— Los Angeles Rams (@RamsNFL) February 8, 2021
Let the countdown to #SBLVI begin.
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 Name||Venue Name||venue Location||Capacity||Year of opening|
|Arizona Cardinals||State Farm Stadium||Glendale, Arizona||63,400||2006|
|Atlanta Falcons||Mercedes-Benz Stadium||Atlanta, Georgia||71,000||2017|
|Baltimore Ravens||M&T Bank Stadium||Baltimore, Maryland||71,008||1998|
|Buffalo Bills||Bills Stadium||Orchard Park, New York||71,608||1973|
|Carolina Panthers||Bank of America Stadium||Charlotte, North Carolina||75,523||1996|
|Chicago Bears||Soldier Field||Chicago, Illinois||61,500||1924|
|Cincinnati Bengals||Paul Brown Stadium||Cincinnati, Ohio||65,515||2000|
|Cleveland Browns||First Energy Stadium||Cleveland, Ohio||67,895||1999|
|Dallas Cowboys||AT&T Stadium||Arlington, Texas||80,000||2009|
|Denver Broncos||Empower Field, Mile High||Denver, Colorado||76,125||2001|
|Detroit Lions||Ford Field||Detroit, Michigan||65,000||2002|
|Green Bay Packers||Lambeau Field||Green Bay, Wisconsin||81,441||1957|
|Houston Texans||NRG Stadium||Houston, Texas||72,220||2002|
|Indianapolis Colts||Lucas Oil Stadium||Indianapolis, Indiana||67,000||2008|
|Jacksonville Jaguars||TIAA Bank Field||Jacksonville, Florida||69,132||2008|
|Kansas City Chiefs||Arrowhead Stadium||Kansas City, Missouri||76,416||1972|
|Las Vegas Raiders||Allegiant Stadium||Paradise, Nevada||65,000||2020|
|Los Angeles Chargers||SoFi Stadium||Inglewood, California||70,240||2020|
|Los Angeles Rams||SoFi Stadium||Inglewood, California||70,240||2020|
|Miami Dolphins||Hard Rock Stadium||Miami Gardens, Florida||65,326||1987|
|Minnesota Vikings||U.S. Bank Stadium||Minneapolis, Minnesota||66,655||2016|
|New England Patriots||Gillette Stadium||Foxborough, Mass||66,829||2002|
|New Orleans Saints||Mercedes-Benz Superdome||New Orleans, Louisiana||73,208||1975|
|New York Giants||MetLife Stadium||East Rutherford, New Jersey||82,500||2010|
|New York Jets||MetLife Stadium||East Rutherford, New Jersey||82,500||2010|
|Philadelphia Eagles||Lincoln Financial Field||Philadelphia, Pennsylvania||69,596||2003|
|Pittsburgh Steelers||Heinz Field||Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania||68,400||2001|
|San Francisco 49ers||Levi's Stadium||Santa Clara, California||68,500||2014|
|Seattle Seahawks||CenturyLink Field||Seattle, Washington||69,000||2002|
|Tampa Bay Buccaneers||Raymond James Stadium||Tampa, Florida||65,890||1998|
|Tennessee Titans||Nissan Stadium||Nashville, Tennessee||69,143||1999|
|Washington Redskins||FedExField||Landover, Maryland||82,000||1997|
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