Best NFL Stadiums in America
How many of these stadiums have you knocked off your bucket list?
For many casual fans, there is a lull between the Super Bowl and the next football season. Serious aficionados, however, see this period as a time of opportunity. Pre-season games offer a good chance to go see their favorite teams play up close and personal. The stretch also gives fans time to plan their next outing to see the biggest games of the year. In either case, the game is often only as good as the stadium.
Here are four of the Favorite NFL stadiums worth a visit.
First, we have the Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, nicknamed “the Linc” by the locals. The home of the Philadelphia Eagles is relatively new, with recent additions like WIFI and HD video boards and a great view of the field no matter where one sits ensures a comfortable spectating experience.
Next, we have the Kansas City Chiefs’ Arrowhead Stadium. An amazing stadium with passionate fans, visitors are advised to bring earplugs. Currently, the arena holds the World Record for loudest stadium, a title it has recently won back from Seahawk fans over at the CenturyLink Field in Seattle.
Hopping over to Arlington, Texas we have the famous AT&T Stadium. A modern marvel, the field is a must see for any sports fan. Built for the sole purpose of entertainment, the facility boasts a retractable roof and an LCD screen around every corner. This guarantees fans will never miss a moment of the game due to change of weather or, ahem, calls of nature.
Finally, aged like fine cheese is Lambeau Stadium in Wisconsin. The Green Bay Packers’ home base has a rich history and is now the oldest working stadium in the NFL. Walking through the grounds feels completely different from other stadiums of any kind given its older architecture, and its ability to stir emotions of nostalgia as well as a deeper understanding of football’s roots.