Browsing NFL Stadiums

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12 Newest Stadiums in the NFL

Posted on 7 Aug, 2016, by in NFL

11 NFL Stadiums have opened since 2002, coincidentally 8 of them the home of NFC teams. Four of them have retractable roofs, two have fixed roofs, and one of them being the only NFL stadium shared by two teams (MetLife), although another (Levi’s Stadium) was also thought of as a home to two teams in the Bay Area, the 49ers and Raiders. More

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7 Oldest Stadiums in the NFL

Posted on 3 Nov, 2015, by in Featured, NFL

There are seven stadiums in the NFL that have been around since before the 1980’s: Superdome in New Orleans, Ralph Wilson Stadium, Arrowhead, Qualcomm, Oakland’s Coliseum, Lambeau Field and Soldier … More

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NFL & Teams Making Record-Breaking Money While Taxpayers are Still Funding Stadiums

Posted on 21 Jul, 2015, by in NFL

Nothing changes under the sun: The NFL is making more and more money each season, putting up some staggering numbers in revenue, while taxpayers are still funding new stadiums for the league. More

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How Goldman Sachs Are Helping NFL Teams Build Stadiums With Public Money for Private Gain

Posted on 25 May, 2015, by in NFL

There probably isn’t a sports entity more greedy than the NFL. Tax exemptions and the use of public funding to build stadiums for privately owned teams is bad enough. But they’re not doing it on their own. Goldman Sachs are helping them along, teaching them all the necessary tricks. More

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10 Biggest Stadiums in the NFL

Posted on 7 Oct, 2014, by in Featured, NFL

Of the 10 biggest stadiums in the NFL, there is only one that’s an outright domed stadium (Superdome in New Orleans). The biggest stadium on the list, AT&T Stadium in Arlington, home of the Dallas Cowboys, has a retractable roof. More

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Most Expensive Teams to Watch in the NFL

Posted on 22 Dec, 2013, by in Featured

It’s a very expensive thing to do; taking your family out to watch an NFL game, but there’s a very big difference from going to see the Dallas Cowboys or the New England Patriots when compared to teams like the Philadelphia Eagles or Cincinnati Bengals, who aren’t among the most expensive teams to watch in the league. More


Oakland Coliseum – From Baseball to Football Stadium

Posted on 9 Oct, 2013, by in Miscellaneous, MLB, NFL

The city of Oakland doesn’t have the luxury of building too many stadiums for its sport teams, so sometimes the grounds crew has only 20 hours to convert the place from a Baseball stadium after an A’s game to a football stadium for the Oakland Raiders. More

2011 NFL Stadiums

The 2011 NFL Stadiums

Posted on 25 Jul, 2011, by in Photos

Now that the players and owners are on the verge of making the 2011 NFL season start an actuality, it’s time to get ready for some football. Here are the 31 stadiums that will host NFL teams in 2011. More