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Best Stadiums in The NFL Ranked

Professional teams are always seeking news to give fans a new and innovative experience. When NFL fans across the world gather for football on Sundays, they are treated to a varying level of fan experiences. Some are old fashioned like Lambeau and Soldier Field and some have been created to give fans a next level experience at games.

While the older stadiums have their charm and history, the next generation of stadiums utilize improvements that most fans would like to see moving forward. Read on for a ranking of the top NFL stadiums based on fan experience and modernity.

#1 Allegiant Stadium, Las Vegas, NV

Allegiant Stadium was built in 2020 and is home to the Las Vegas raiders. The stadium cost a whopping $1.8 billion to build and boasts some exceptional features. Allegiant stadium has over 2,200 TVs, 10 event spaces and 75,000 total square feet of video boards. The stadium also pays Homage to Al Davis with a 92-foot-tall 3D-printed Memorial Torch.

As most stadiums do in 2023, Allegiant Stadium offers high-speed guest WiFi and the ability to pay in a completely cashless experience. The stadium is a fully enclosed dome, making the space applicable for all different types of events regardless of weather.

#2 SoFi Stadium, Inglewood, CA

SoFi stadium was built in 2020 and is the home of the Los Angeles Chargers and the Los Angeles Rams. The stadium is the first to incorporate an “indoor-outdoor” concept, with the sides of the stadium remaining open to allow for the California breeze to come through. The building features a colossal video screen that spans longer than the actual playing field itself.

Visitors are typically left in awe when they see the stadium for the first time. “The building itself – the structure of the building – architecturally is incredible. The curvature of the roof, the size of it, is incredibly unique and interesting. People will find it to be quite an experience,” says Jason Gannon, SoFi Stadium’s managing director. SoFi Stadium is truly a place for sports fans to put on their bucket list.

#3 Mercedes-Benz Superdome

Coming in at #3 on the list of the best stadiums in the NFL is Mercedes-Benz Superdome in Atlanta, Georgia. The stadium was built in 2017 and has already played host to multiple major events like the Super Bowl and college football National Championship.

The Mercedes-Benz Superdome features an incredible 63,800 square-foot 360-degree curved jumbotron. With 7,600 club seats and 190 suites, the stadium features plenty of premium seating.

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