Communicated Content – Josh Weinfuss calls State Farm Stadium the best big-game stadium in the country. State Farm Stadium is home to the Arizona Cardinals and features amazing acoustics, an exceptional layout, and fantastic amenities like the Great Lawn. Pregame activities such as the Cardinals Preflight Party, Cardinals Flight Deck, Great Lawn Stage, and Big Red Brew Haus offer fans a unique experience. State Farm Stadium is the perfect venue for big-ticket games like College Football Playoff (CFP) games and the Super Bowl.
Lambeau Field – Green Bay Packers
Initially called City Stadium, this stadium was renamed Lambeau Field in 1965. Lambeau is home to the Green Bay Packers, who have earned four Super Bowl titles, nine league championships before the Super Bowl era, and nine NFC North division titles. It’s well known for the Lambeau Leap, where Packer players jump into the stands after scoring a touchdown, which doesn’t happen at any other stadium. The Stadium is rich in history, with a strip of bricks from the original walkway embedded in the tunnel to the field. The atmosphere at Lambeau is something every NFL fan should experience.
CenturyLink Field – Seattle Seahawks
CenturyLink Field has set the Guinness Book of World Records record for loudest crowd noise at an outdoor stadium for a good reason. When the 12th Man flag is raised, the fans go wild. The identity of the person honored with the tradition of raising the flag isn’t revealed until the video tribute starts the ceremony, making it more suspenseful. The Seahawks have earned three NFC titles at CenturyLink Field. You can enjoy the Seattle skyline from the stadium, with a downtown location close to restaurants, bars, and hotels for fan convenience.
Arrowhead Stadium – Kansas City Chiefs
The tailgating experience at Arrowhead Stadium is second-to-none in the Truman Sports Complex that houses the MLB’s Royals and NFL’s Chiefs. Fans enjoy tailgating so much that the stadium is often filled with smoke and the aroma of barbecue hours before the gates open. Chiefs fans earned the loudest crowd roar in a sports stadium in 2014 in a game against the Patriots, for a Guinness Book of World Records listing.
Heinz Field – Pittsburgh Steelers
Heinz Field opened in 2001 and has sold out every game since the first. With their Terrible Towels, Steelers fans create one of the best home-field advantages in the NFL. You can enjoy picturesque views of the bridges, rivers, and Pittsburgh skyline from Heinz Field. When the stadium blasts “Renegade” by Styx, the crowd erupts with a sea of yellow towels filling your view, creating a unique scene. Heinz Field is on the bucket list of many NFL fans, even if they’re not Steelers fans.
Grab your tickets to enjoy the fan experience at these top NFL stadiums. Be sure to arrive early enough to tailgate with like-minded fans in the parking lot. You’re sure to have a good time from start to finish, even if your team doesn’t take home the W.