List of National Football League stadiums

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The following is a list of current National Football League stadiums, sorted by how many people it holds, their locations, their first year of usage and home teams.

As of the upcoming 2020 season, two sets of teams share a stadium—the New York Giants and New York Jets with MetLife Stadium, and the Los Angeles Chargers and Los Angeles Rams with SoFi Stadium—meaning there are only 30 full-time NFL stadiums.[1]

The NFL uses several other stadiums on a regular basis in addition to the teams' designated regular home sites. The Jacksonville Jaguars currently have an agreement to play at least one regular-season home game per year at Wembley Stadium in London, England, as part of the NFL International Series through 2020. Another London venue, Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, is also a regular International Series host.

Fawcett Stadium in Canton, Ohio, is the location of the annual exhibition Pro Football Hall of Fame Game. Since 2016, Camping World Stadium in Orlando, Florida has been the site of the Pro Bowl.

The New York Giants and New York Jets' MetLife Stadium is the largest stadium in the NFL by its regular seating capacity. The Dallas Cowboys' AT&T Stadium can expand past that of MetLife Stadium by means of using standing-room and temporary seating, which makes AT&T Stadium currently the only NFL stadium capable of holding 100,000 or more spectators, though it normally only seats 80,000. With the opening of SoFi Stadium, the smallest NFL stadium is Soldier Field, home to the Chicago Bears.

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Stadiums are listed by their seating capacity for NFL games. Some stadiums can be expanded to fit larger crowds for other events such as concerts or conventions.

Key
dagger Domed Stadiums
double-dagger Stadiums with a retractable roof
Image Stadium Capacity City State/Province Surface Home teams Opened Refs
New Meadowlands Stadium Mezz Corner.jpg
MetLife Stadium 82,500 East Rutherford New Jersey UBU Sports Speed Series S5-M Synthetic Turf New York Giants
New York Jets
2010 [2]
FedExField01.jpg
FedEx Field 82,000 Landover Maryland 419 Tifway Bermuda Grass Washington Redskins 1997 [3]
Lambeau Field bowl.jpg
Lambeau Field 81,435 Green Bay Wisconsin Desso GrassMaster Green Bay Packers 1957 [4]
Cowboys Stadium full view.jpg
AT&T Stadiumdouble-dagger 80,000 Arlington Texas Hellas Matrix Turf (artificial)[5] Dallas Cowboys 2009 [6]
061123Broncos-Chiefs02.jpg
Arrowhead Stadium 76,416 Kansas City Missouri Bermuda grass Kansas City Chiefs 1972 [7]
Invesco Field at Mile High Stadium.jpg
Empower Field at Mile High 76,125 Denver Colorado Kentucky bluegrass Denver Broncos 2001 [8]
Carolina Panthers 24 Tampa Bay Bucanners 10.jpg
Bank of America Stadium 72,220 Charlotte North Carolina Bermuda grass Carolina Panthers 1996 [9]
Superdome Sunset.jpg
Mercedes-Benz Superdomedagger 73,208 New Orleans Louisiana FieldTurf Revolution 360 New Orleans Saints 1975 [10]
Reliantstadium.jpg
NRG Stadiumdouble-dagger 72,220 Houston Texas Hellas Matrix Turf (artificial) Houston Texans 2002 [11]
Bills.jpg
New Era Field 71,068 Orchard Park New York A-Turf Titan 50 Buffalo Bills 1973 [12][13]
M&T Bank Stadium DoD.jpg
M&T Bank Stadium 71,008 Baltimore Maryland Bermuda grass Baltimore Ravens 1998 [14]
Mercedes Benz Stadium time lapse capture 2017-08-13.jpg
Mercedes-Benz Stadiumdagger 71,000 Atlanta Georgia FieldTurf Revolution Atlanta Falcons 2017 [15]
LAStadiumMay2019.jpg
SoFi Stadiumdagger 70,240 Inglewood California Artificial turf Los Angeles Chargers
Los Angeles Rams
2020
[[File:|center|100x75px|]] Lincoln Financial Field 69,596 Philadelphia Pennsylvania Desso GrassMaster Philadelphia Eagles 2003 [16]
Night Settles on LP Field.jpg
Nissan Stadium 69,143 Nashville Tennessee Bermuda grass Tennessee Titans 1999 [17]
[[File:|center|100x75px|]] TIAA Bank Field 69,132 Jacksonville Florida Bermuda grass Jacksonville Jaguars 1995 [18]
Qwest Field.jpg
CenturyLink Field 69,000 Seattle Washington FieldTurf Revolution 360 Seattle Seahawks 2002 [19]
Broncos vs 49ers preseason game at Levi's Stadium.jpg
Levi's Stadium 68,500 Santa Clara California Kentucky bluegrass/perennial ryegrass mixture San Francisco 49ers 2014 [20]
Heinz Field02.jpg
Heinz Field 68,400 Pittsburgh Pennsylvania Kentucky bluegrass Pittsburgh Steelers 2001 [21]
DSCN4567 clevelandbrownsstadium e2.jpg
FirstEnergy Stadium 67,895 Cleveland Ohio Kentucky bluegrass Cleveland Browns 1999 [22]
LucasOilStadiumTheLuke.jpg
Lucas Oil Stadiumdouble-dagger 67,000 Indianapolis Indiana Shaw Sports Momentum Pro Indianapolis Colts 2008 [23]
Gillette Stadium02.jpg
Gillette Stadium 66,829 Foxborough Massachusetts FieldTurf CORE New England Patriots 2002 [24]
US Bank Stadium - West Facade.jpg
U.S. Bank Stadiumdagger 66,655 Minneapolis Minnesota UBU Sports Speed Series S5-M Minnesota Vikings 2016
Raymond James Stadium02.JPG
Raymond James Stadium 65,890 Tampa Florida Bermuda grass Tampa Bay Buccaneers 1998 [25]
Cincinnati-paul-brown-stadium2.jpg
Paul Brown Stadium 65,790 Cincinnati Ohio UBU Speed Series S5-M Cincinnati Bengals 2000 [26]
Dolphinstadiumint.JPG
Hard Rock Stadium 65,326 Miami Gardens Florida Platinum TE Paspalum Miami Dolphins 1987 [27]
Photo taken from the Mandalay Bay on 7-7-2019..jpg
Allegiant Stadiumdagger 65,000 Paradise Nevada Grass[a] Las Vegas Raiders 2020
Ford-Field-September-10-2006.jpg
Ford Fielddagger 65,000 Detroit Michigan FieldTurf Classic HD Detroit Lions 2002 [28]
University of Phoenix Stadium aerial.jpg
State Farm Stadiumdouble-dagger 63,400 Glendale Arizona Bermuda grass Arizona Cardinals 2006 [29]
Soldier field 2006.jpg
Soldier Field 61,500 Chicago Illinois Kentucky bluegrass Chicago Bears 1924 [30]



  1. Allegiant Stadium has two playing surfaces. The Raiders will use a grass surface, while the stadium's other tenant, the UNLV Rebels college football team, will play on FieldTurf.

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